While it was initially believed that WWE would host Extreme Rules 2014 in Seattle, in order to capitalize on the popularity of Daniel Bryan at the moment, that has been confirmed to be false, as an announcement has now been made that the pay per view will be held in New Jersey instead.
After doing a tryout with WWE this week, Kenta Kobayashi is headed back to Japan, where he will be making a big announcement at the next Pro Wrestling Noah show, in regards to his future plans in the industry. Many believe that he will be signing a developmental deal and moving to the USA.
While he has yet to make an official announcement about his rumored new promotion or given details about it, Jeff Jarrett is no longer denying the fact that he is working on it. A recent article in Newsday revealed that he has informed them that he is making good progress.
While he continues to make progress on starting his new promotion, word going around is that Jeff Jarrett wants to wait until after Wrestlemania 30 to make the announcement. The TNA founder understands that everything will be overshadowed by WWE from now until the big event.
It wasn't long after the official announcement of Jake Roberts being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame at Wrestlemania 30 that rumors surfaced who about who will be tasked with inducting the legendary performer. The first and most obvious name to spring up was Diamond Dallas Page, who helped Roberts turn his life around.