Wrestling Revealed

Diamond Dallas Page

Scott Hall backs DDP

While doing an interview to promote Jake Roberts and his new film, Diamond Dallas Page revealed that Scott Hall once threatened to walk away from WCW if Eric Bischoff did not go along with their plan for pushing DDP into the main event scene during his feud with the nWo. Things worked out quite alright for all sides involved since DDP ended up becoming one of the most popular performers in the industry at that time.
October 13, 2015
Eric Bischoff

Big Boss Man bonus

There is a dispute online right now between Eric Bischoff and Kevin Sullivan. Sullivan claims that when the Big Boss Man was working in WCW, he had a clause in his contract that paid him approximately $25,000 for each pay per view, even if he was not featured on the show. The reason for that is because his contract was signed before Hulk Hogan was brought on board. Bischoff denies that this contract clause exists.
October 10, 2015
Scott Hall

Kevin Nash leaving WWE

The history books were changed when Kevin Nash and Scott Hall left WWE for WCW. New details from that chapter have been revealed. During a podcast interview with Steve Austin, Hall revealed that one of the reasons why Nash was willing to leave the promotion was because management sided with Bret Hart in his decision to refuse to take the power bomb finisher. Nash felt that management did not have enough respect for him.
October 7, 2015
Shawn Michaels

Shawn Michaels in WCW

Over the years, there have been many conflicting stories in regards to Shawn Michaels coming close to leaving WWE for WCW. Eric Bischoff discussed that topic during his podcast interview with Ric Flair. He denies that a job offer was ever put on the table for Michaels. Bischoff stated that he never really pursued Michaels all that hard because he just got the sense that Michaels was happy working where he was.
October 1, 2015
Ric Flair

Flair putting over Konnan

Earlier in the week, Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff got together for a very interesting podcast interview. The two discussed a lot of things that took place in WCW. Though they didn't always get along back then, they understand one another better now. Flair revealed that the worst thing that Bischoff asked him to do when the president of the company was for Flair to put Konnan over on television, which is sure to spark a response soon.
September 28, 2015

Sting on Seth Rollins

After their brutal match at Night of Champions, Sting and Seth Rollins had a rather interesting discussion. The former was sitting in an ambulance when the latter stuck his head in for the chat. Rollins apologized profusely for what happened, but the WCW legend comforted him by telling him that no one was at fault for the injury. Rollins took the opportunity to also express how great it was to work with someone he idolizes.
September 25, 2015
Floyd Mayweather

Tank Abbott challenges women

With so many people making a big fuss about a potential fight between Ronda Rousey and Floyd Mayweather that is never going to happen, Tank Abbott decided to make himself relevant by chiming in. The former WCW and UFC star claims that he can beat up any female fighter without doing a single minute of training. He even offered to pay $100,000 to a woman that can beat him. In return, Abbott wants a sandwich if he wins.
September 23, 2015
Mark Jindrak

Mark Jindrak succeeds in Mexico

For those of you that have been wondering about the whereabouts of Mark Jindrak, look down south. The former WCW and WWE star has found way more success in Mexico than he did in the United States. Jindrak has appeared on game shows and soap operas in that country. He has also appeared on magazine covers. His success has even led him to write a book in Spanish to help children cope with bullying.
September 18, 2015
Randy Savage

Randy Savage squashing HHH

During his latest podcast interview, Ric Flair shared a backstage story about a big fight that he had with Randy Savage when the two of them were in WCW. Triple H had just received a contract offer from WWE because he did not want to sign for $250,000 with World Championship Wrestling. Savage wanted to squash HHH in a 30 second match. Flair said that he refused to let that happen because he did not feel that it was right.
September 8, 2015
Kevin Nash

Kevin Nash in Slaw

An independent filmmaker is doing a movie called Slaw, which is a parody of the horror flick Saw. He has decided to use professional wrestlers to help make things a bit more interesting. Kevin Nash is the most familiar face among the bunch. He will be joined by the infamous Glacier, a WCW character that is still ridiculed by fans today. Also on the film will be the Bullet Club.
September 5, 2015