After he worked his historic match at Wrestlemania, Sting revealed to fans that he was open to making a return if WWE were to come up with something suitable. It looks like the two sides have it figured out now, as the former world heavyweight champion is reportedly going to be working Summerslam. He will appear on television prior to the pay per view to promote his involvement.
July 16, 2015
Since the front office is still determined to do a Texas themed hall of fame induction class at Wrestlemania next year, one of the names being thrown around backstage is Stan Hansen. He wrestled in the Amarillo territory for years. Hansen remains on good terms with WWE and even inducted Antonio Inoki back in 2010 for them.
July 9, 2015
Some further details have been revealed about the condition of Daniel Bryan. Reports have surfaced that the former world heavyweight champion worked the ladder match at Wrestlemania 31 while suffering from concussion symptoms. This was something that WWE wanted to keep a secret because of all the pending lawsuits that they currently have against them.
June 25, 2015
While fans would absolutely love to see the dream match between Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania, Paul Heyman confessed that there is zero chance of that happening. He stated that Austin has a plethora of reasons why he would not sign that deal with WWE, but he did not provide any details on any of those reasons.
June 10, 2015
Last time we saw Tatsumi Fujinami was when he flew to the United States to be inducted into the hall of fame during Wrestlemania weekend. His next appearance from WWE will require a lot less travel. The legendary New Japan star is scheduled to make an appearance at the pay per view that Vince McMahon is running in Tokyo next month. Fujinami will more than likely be featured in some sort of segment with Hideo Itami.
June 8, 2015
While the topic has not been brought up much lately, WWE is still interested in using Sting at Summerslam. They just have not been able to figure out how they want to make that happen. There are those backstage that want to save him for Wrestlemania, but there are others who are pushing to bring him back because they feel that the former world heavyweight champion can be utilized to help increase the amount of subscribers that they have.
June 7, 2015
Since WWE has been putting on a full court press on trying to get Ronda Rousey to work a match at Wrestlemania, the belief is that someone from the company will be there in person when she has her next fight. Things aren't as certain since the event is going to be taking place in Brazil. Triple H is unlikely to attend since he spends his weekends on the road, directing the live events. Stephanie McMahon might be able to make it, though.
June 4, 2015
As long as there are people out there who are gullible enough to believe everything that he says, Hulk Hogan will forever be telling us that he wants to wrestle once again. This time, he told ESPN that he wanted to work a match at Wrestlemania 32 because he knows that the pay per view event is going to beat the attendance record that he set back in 1987. Hogan loves being able to generate attention for WWE because it gets him paid.
June 1, 2015
In a sign that Vince McMahon is stepping a bit away from his job as the CEO of WWE, Finn Balor revealed that he finally got a chance to meet the boss at the NXT live event that took place during Wrestlemania weekend. In the past, McMahon personally meets with every wrestler that he signs to a contract. This means that Triple H was the one that did the meeting and the negotiations. The changing of the guard is definitely happening.
May 20, 2015