Wrestling Revealed

Tammy Sytch

Tammy Sytch bashes wrestlers

A post on Twitter where Tammy Sytch takes a jab at professional wrestlers who are well past their prime and beg to be booked at independent wrestling event that take place in high schools. She reveals why she will not do that, even though she has resorted to nude chats to make a living.
October 8, 2015

Undertaker replaces Hogan

When WWE signed a deal with PEZ Candy to produce dispensers decorated with the likeness of professional wrestlers, they promised their business partner that they would include three of the biggest names in professional wrestling. John Cena, The Rock and Hulk Hogan were the chosen ones. Due to the recent controversy, however, Hogan has been replaced by management. Undertaker has been given the third slot.
October 3, 2015
Ric Flair

Flair replacing Cena

Even though he is hated by many online, John Cena remains one of the biggest reasons why fans attend WWE events. Since he is taking some time off, management knew that they had to do something to keep fans happy. They decided to add two beloved performers to the shows that Cena is going to be missing. Kane has been added as a replacement and will more than likely wrestler. Ric Flair has also been added as a special guest general manager.
October 2, 2015
Brandi Rhodes

Cody Rhodes quitting wrestling

A very interesting tidbit was revealed by Cody Rhodes recently. Though his private social media account, he revealed that he came close to quitting the professional wrestling industry when Dusty Rhodes passed away. He lost some passion for it because his father was a big reason why he decided to become a wrestler in the first place. Rhodes also revealed that his wife, Brandi Rhodes, was the reason why he decided to stick with it.
October 2, 2015
John Cena

John Cena taking break

When a wrestler asks for time off, it is usually not a huge deal. However, when you have someone as hard working as John Cena, then it becomes a headline. Reports have now surfaced that the United States Heavyweight Champion has been asking WWE for time off since the summer. Apparently, he has some personal issues that he needs to deal with. No word yet on what is going on in his life, but it has to be a pretty thing.
October 2, 2015

Vader shoot fight

In a very interesting development, Vader could become the next professional wrestler to step into the world of MMA. That comes as a bit of a shock since Leon White is 60 years old now. Reports are saying that a smaller mixed martial arts promotion has offered him $5,000 for the one time fight. The former world heavyweight champion is said to actually be contemplating the deal.
September 30, 2015
Sasha Banks

Kurt Angle praises Sasha Banks

When it comes to being the greatest professional wrestler of all time, Kurt Angle belongs in the discussion. So, when the former world heavyweight champion heaps praise upon someone, those words carry a lot more weight. Angle recently mentioned through social media that he felt that Sasha Banks was the most gifted female performer he has seen. He puts her right up there with Mickie James and Gail Kim.
September 29, 2015
Brian Pillman

WWE turncoat teammates

A post on YouTube where WWE lists the ten biggest turncoat moments, which is where a wrestler will turn on his tag team partner. It features Seth Rollins walking away from Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. It also showcases the night where Ric Flair, Brian Pillman and Arn Anderson turning on Sting to reform the Four Horsemen.
September 28, 2015
Alberto Del Rio

Del Rio on promoters

When it comes to how promoters treat wrestlers down in Mexico, Alberto Del Rio was extremely candid and honest. He stated that guys like he and Rey Mysterio were treated fantastic by the promotions. However, those that do not generate as much publicity, they are not treated well enough by the promoters. Del Rio wants to see that change taking place in his home country.
September 27, 2015
Joe Koff

ROH bans wrestler court

Throughout the history of the business, performers would police themselves backstage by holding a wrestlers court. This recently happened in ROH, where a referee was accused of doing something minor. He was cleared of the charges. When Joe Koff found out about the incident, he informed his wrestlers to never do it again. This is another case of a wrestling promotion being ran by someone without a wrestling background.
September 25, 2015