Wrestling Revealed

Goldberg son in WWE

You can rule out at least one potential second generation wrestler joining WWE. Goldberg told TMZ during an interview that he would never allow his son to work for the company. He stated that he purchase a wrestling promotion and have his son work there than to ever allow him to work in a company ran by Vince McMahon and Triple H. Irregardless, though, it appears that the 8 year old boy is leaning more towards an MMA career.
March 26, 2015

WWE social media

While the performers are free to post things without having to check with the front office first, WWE still plays a heavy part in monitoring the social media activities of those involved with the company. Vince McMahon has a pet peeve about people making his corporation look bad by saying things they should not be saying. For their part, the wrestlers have done a fairly good job of following the guidelines given to them by management.
March 22, 2015

Bill DeMott lawsuit

While Bill DeMott is no longer with the company after tendering his resignation earlier this month, the former trainer is expected to be sitting in a room with WWE representatives again very soon. The belief in the industry is that there will be lawsuits heading towards the desk of Vince McMahon very soon. Some of the developmental wrestlers that made allegations are expected to now take things to court. Settlements are expected.
March 12, 2015

Steve Austin podcast

Nothing but positive reactions have come out of Steve Austin interviewing Vince McMahon and Triple H separately on his podcast show. Management loves it because it brought a good amount of attention to the WWE Network. It is being said that they are interested in Stone Cold doing more episodes in conjunction with them. The wrestlers backstage also love the show because Austin has not avoided asking the tougher questions.
February 11, 2015

Goldberg rejects WWE

During a recent Submission Radio interview, Goldberg revealed some interesting facts about his choices when he decided to become a professional wrestler. He stated that he did have contact with Jim Ross and Vince McMahon, but he did not like the way that the meeting went. McMahon still offered him a contract as a performer. The former world heavyweight champion then decided to contact Eric Bischoff and sign with WCW instead.
January 20, 2015

Dixie Carter supports roster

During a recent interview, Dixie Carter was asked about comments that Vince McMahon recently made about his roster lacking ambition. In a very well thought out public relations response, Carter stated that she cannot comprehend a statement like that. She stated that she is very proud of every single wrestler in TNA. She feels that there is plenty of hunger from the performers. Several WWE stars are said to be upset about what McMahon said about them.
December 26, 2014

John Cena holds meeting

Since he is a locker room leader, John Cena decided to hold a meeting with all of the wrestlers earlier today. He wanted to address the civil war in WWE, where some of the performers have now decided to side with Triple H and are doing silent protests against Vince McMahon at TLC by not working as hard as they could. Many feel that Monday Night Raw and Smackdown would be much better if HHH was running those shows like he is allowed to run NXT.
December 15, 2014

WWE frustrated with NXT

Reports have surfaced that there is a good amount of frustrations backstage from the wrestlers on the main roster in WWE. While they're appreciative of the fact that they make more money than the developmental wrestlers, the main roster guys are upset because NXT is providing a better platform for the performers to put on great matches and stories. Triple H is the main guy in charge, and he does not have to deal with Vince McMahon as much in Florida.
December 14, 2014