Wrestling Revealed

Mick Foley buying house

Since he does not want to spend all of his time in the wintry cold of New York, Mick Foley has decided that he wants to purchase a home in the sunny state of Florida. His real estate agent is someone that professional wrestling fans are aware of. It is none other than Scotty 2 Hotty, who was one of the more popular acts in WWE for years. He recently got his license to sell houses because he simply was not cut out to be a firefighter.
May 3, 2015

Stephanie McMahon daughter training

During her live podcast interview with Chris Jericho this week, Stephanie McMahon revealed something rather interesting. She stated that her oldest daughter has done some wrestling training with Natalya. Stephanie mentioned that her daughter is very much interested in working in WWE some day, which is something that fans have assumed since the very first moment that we were made aware of the fact that she was having a child.
May 1, 2015

Jim Cornette to GFW

Since he has long been known as one of the most difficult personalities to deal with in the industry, the belief was that it was very likely that Jim Cornette would ever work for a major professional wrestling promotion again. However, that is exactly what he is going to be doing. Cornette revealed on his podcast show that he will be working with Jeff Jarrett on June 12, 2015 and the following day when GFW does live events in Tennessee.
May 1, 2015

Blackjack Mulligan boots

A photo on Instagram where Mika Rotunda shows off the wrestling boot worn by her legendary grandfather Blackjack Mulligan.
May 1, 2015

Kendrick training Eva Marie

According to those close to him, Brian Kendrick is on a mission. He wants to prove to everyone that he is the best trainer in professional wrestling. As some of you already know, his pet project is Eva Marie, who is set to be reintroduced to WWE fans later on this year. Kendrick wants her to be known as the best female performer in the company. The two of them have been working very diligently in California for the past several weeks.
April 30, 2015

Hector Guerrero departure

Some further details have been revealed in regards to Hector Guerrero leaving TNA. For starters, he was not really needed any more because the company no longer does a Spanish feed of Impact Wrestling. His broadcasting partner was no longer with the company, so Guerrero was simply floating around. Since his contract was set to expire soon, he opted to leave early, so that he can focus on his new career as a school teacher in Florida.
April 30, 2015

Sonjay Dutt to GFW

While it has not been officially confirmed, Sonjay Dutt is expected to be one of the members of the GFW roster. He is already working for the company in the front office. Dutt is said to be the one that has been calling ROH and TNA stars to gauge their interest in signing a contract with the new promotion. It is being said that Global Force Wrestling is planning approximately 40 shows before the end of the year.
April 30, 2015

WWE Network foreign subscribers

Back when it was announced that the WWE Network was going to start being aired internationally, some in the internet wrestling community were absolutely certain that the company would rope in millions of subscribers. Vince McMahon was a bit more realistic, especially since he based his opinions on numbers and statistics. He announced earlier today that they have picked up a little less than 200,000 foreign subscribers. Numbers won't be much higher.
April 30, 2015

Ronda Rousey at Wrestlemania

Even though Dana White flat out stated that she would never be involved with professional wrestling again, Ronda Rousey remains a hot topic in WWE. The front office is going to hold on to the hope that they can somehow convince the president of UFC to allow it to happen. That is how valuable management thinks Ronda will be for the next Wrestlemania, which will take place at the palace known as the AT&T Stadium next year.
April 29, 2015

Jonathan Coachman return to WWE

While he is quite happy with his current job, WWE has not ruled out a potential return by Jonathan Coachman. The company really liked what he brought to the table and view him as a valuable asset. The fact that he has been working for ESPN for a couple of years now means that his name value has increased tremendously. It would provide professional wrestling with some more credibility to have someone from the mainstream media.
April 29, 2015