Wrestling Revealed

Ole Anderson

Undertaker not a draw

Through FOX Sports, Jim Ross revealed a rather interesting story about Ole Anderson. Back when Undertaker was wrestling in WCW, his contract was coming to an end. Ross felt that the deal should have been renewed and tried to convince Anderson to make it happen. However, Anderson told Ross that he felt that Undertaker would never be a draw and doubted his future in the business.
November 20, 2015
Shane Helms

Buff Bagwell blames Jim Ross

After WCW folded, Buff Bagwell was one of the guys whose contract was picked up by WWE. His stint there did not go well. Things apparently went downhill whenever Bagwell was involved in a backstage altercation with Shane Helms. Bagwell required 20 stitches from the fight and was sent home. When he called Jim Ross back, Bagwell felt that he received the cold shoulders, so he blames Ross for his failure in the company.
November 10, 2015
Greg Gagne

Bischoff screwed Gagne

According to Greg Gagne, he was screwed by Eric Bischoff on a deal that brought Hulk Hogan to WCW. He stated that he was the one that set up the initial meeting between Bischoff and Hogan. Gagne stated that he told Bischoff that he wanted a percentage of the deal that Hogan was to receive. Bischoff allegedly agreed to the deal, but Gagne never received any of the money that was promised to him.
November 9, 2015

Alberto Del Rio salary dispute

There is a bit of a dispute online right now about the actual salary that WWE is paying Alberto Del Rio. One source has him being paid approximately $1.5 million, while another conflicting source states that it is much less than that. Konnan decided to chime in since he knows Del Rio personally. The former WCW star stated that Del Rio would not be back with World Wrestling Entertainment if he wasn't making a ton of money.
November 8, 2015
Lance Storm

Lance Storm favorite WCW match

A post on Twitter where Lance Storm reveals his favorite match during his time in WCW.
November 4, 2015
Seth Rollins

Sting requesting referee

When he worked his Wrestlemania match against Triple H, Sting made a request to management. He wanted Charles Robinson, whom he was very familiar with from their time together in WCW, to be the referee. WWE gladly obliged. It is interesting to note that when he worked his title match at Night of Champions against Seth Rollins, Robinson was not the referee for the match.
October 24, 2015

Sting in the Royal Rumble

Initially, the belief was that we would not see Sting again until Wrestlemania rolls around, especially since he suffered some injuries while working a title match against Seth Rollins. Rumors are now floating around that the legendary WCW star might be brought in for the Royal Rumble. WWE is especially concerned with drastically declining numbers, so his presence at the pay per view might be of some assistance.
October 22, 2015
Molly Holly

Molly Holly on hall of fame

During a podcast interview, Molly Holly discussed the hall of fame. She stated that WWE invited her to be in the crowd when Randy Savage was inducted because she was a member of his entourage in WCW. When asked about a possible induction for herself, she humbly stated that she probably does not belong in there. Molly feels that she was a glorified enhancement talent. She would accept an induction, however.
October 21, 2015
Bobby Eaton

24 vicious neck breakers

A post on YouTube where WWE highlights 24 of the most brutal back breakers throughout the history of the business. The company surprisingly features one done by the legendary Bobby Eaton when he was working for WCW.
October 19, 2015

Sting and Vader discussion

A post on YouTube of a preview for the latest episode of Table For 3 on the WWE Network. It features Sting and Vader talking about how each of them have seriously injured the other one while working their feud in WCW. Diamond Dallas Page is also sitting at the table with them.
October 14, 2015