Wrestling Revealed

Randy Orton

Randy Orton needs neck surgery

For those of you that are hoping to see Randy Orton back on the road with WWE soon, another speed bump has been around. Doctors have now discovered that the former world heavyweight champion is going to need neck surgery after he heals up from his shoulder surgery. Reports are saying Orton could be required to miss an additional six months of action to repair his neck.
November 26, 2015
Finn Balor

Balor and Joe contract signing

A post on YouTube where Samoa Joe and Finn Balor sign the contract for their NXT Heavyweight Championship match.
November 26, 2015
Bret Hart

Bret Hart repairs hand

For more than two decades now, Bret Hart has been dealing with the pain of a hand injury. It had gotten to the point recently where there was a big lump near his wrist and it made it really difficult for the former world heavyweight champion to bend his wrist. Hart had enough of the injury so he opted to have surgery to repair the damage. The WWE legend should have a full recovery soon.
November 26, 2015
CM Punk

Mysterio supports Punk

During a recent interview, Rey Mysterio said that he is looking forward to hearing when CM Punk is going to be making his debut in UFC. The former world heavyweight champion stated that he wanted to know so that he can make arrangements to be there in person to support his friend. Mysterio stated that it was not enough to simply purchase the pay per view and support Punk from home.
November 25, 2015
Mick Foley

Mick Foley giving up on WWE

When a member of the internet wrestling community threatens to give up on WWE, it is brushed off because those empty threats happen all the time. When a legendary performer like Mick Foley does it, though, then it becomes a serious thing. Through social media, the former world heavyweight champion stated that he was tired of watching a product that refuses to push the performers that he roots for.
November 24, 2015
Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns reaction improving

One of the reasons why WWE put the world heavyweight championship on Sheamus is because they want the fans to root for whoever he is up against. The Celtic Warrior does a pretty decent job of generating heel heat. Plus, a lot of fans aren't keen to the idea of him being in the top spot. Management has noticed that the reaction to Roman Reigns has been a bit warmer because of it.
November 24, 2015
Mr Anderson

Mr Anderson at Survivor Series

There were small rumblings over the weekend that Mr Anderson was going to make a surprise appearance at the Survivor Series. That stems from the fact that the former world heavyweight champion was actually in Atlanta for the weekend. However, he was not there because of WWE. Anderson worked an independent wrestling show for a promotion owned by Luke Gallows.
November 24, 2015
Roman Reigns

MITB winner cooled off

When Sheamus cashed in the Money in the Bank briefcase at Survivor Series and stole the WWE Heavyweight Championship away from Roman Reigns, fans complained that the Celtic Warrior did not have enough momentum for the role. However, it now appears that management purposely wants to cool off the MITB winner so that it would feel more like a surprise when they do get elevated into the top spot.
November 24, 2015
Roman Reigns

Cesaro injures shoulder

As some of you may already know by now, Antonio Cesaro has suffered some sort of shoulder injury and will more than likely need surgery to repair it. Reports have surfaced that the injury might have been aggravated during his WWE Heavyweight Championship tournament match against Roman Reigns on Monday Night Raw. Cesaro is said to be needing approximately six months in rehabilitation.
November 23, 2015
Dean Ambrose

Sheamus wins WWE title

In case you missed the Survivor Series last night, Sheamus cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase and captured the WWE Heavyweight Championship just shortly after Roman Reigns defeated Dean Ambrose in the tournament finals. Well, reports have now surfaced that the decision to do that was made just a couple of hours before the pay per view started. Management was still debating the idea all day long.
November 23, 2015