Wrestling Revealed


Gunner to WWE

Despite being embroiled in a bit of a controversy with a fan at an independent wrestling show, there appears to be some interest from WWE towards Gunner. The former TNA star stated that it was his dream to work in the biggest wrestling promotion in the world and that there are some talks going on between the two sides. However, he stopped at confirming that they were anywhere close to signing a developmental contract.
October 5, 2015
John Cena

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 Due to the recent controversy, however, Hogan has been replaced by management.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
Fabulous Freebirds

Fabulous Freebirds being inducted

When it comes to worthiness, there really should be no questions about the Fabulous Freebirds and their place in professional wrestling history. That's why many in WWE are pushing for them to be inducted when Wrestlemania takes place in Dallas, which is where they made the most impact on the industry. The only thing preventing it from being a surefire thing is the fact that Michael Hayes was once involved in a racial controversy backstage.
October 2, 2015
Ric Flair

Austin on Freebirds

As many of you already know, there has been a bit of a controversy in the United States over the use of the Confederate flag. Steve Austin and Ric Flair recently had a podcast discussion about how that affects professional wrestling. Both men believe that the controversy over the flag should not prevent the Fabulous Freebirds, a team that utilized that flag as part of their character, from being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
September 4, 2015
Hulk Hogan

Hogan running with Trump

Since he is heavily embroiled in a racial controversy, the smart move for Hulk Hogan seems to be staying out of the spotlight and repairing his reputation. Instead, the WWE legend is going in the opposite direction. He told TMZ that he was not upset with the company for getting rid of him. Hogan still loves World Wrestling Entertainment. He also shocked people by stating that he would like to run as Vice President with Donald Trump.
August 29, 2015
Dana White

Taz on Nash and Punk

Dana White caused quite the controversy when he said that professional wrestling was fake. It elicited quite the rage from Taz. When asked how he felt about Kevin Nash and CM Punk using the same term to describe the industry, the ECW legend stated that he was fine with that because Nash and Punk have paid their dues to the business. They have sacrificed their bodies to entertain the fans for years.
August 9, 2015
CM Punk

CM Punk president tweet

A post on Twitter where CM Punk states that anyone that has been at Wrestlemania should never be allowed to run for president of the United States, except for him. This comment caused a bit of controversy within the internet wrestling community because people viewed it as a jab at fans.
August 7, 2015
Mickie James

Mickie James written off

When TNA did the train angle with Mickie James, they created a bit of controversy, but it got fans talking about their promotion. We now now why the company went that route. Mickie has some upcoming autograph sessions outside the company that were clashing with the Impact Wrestling taping schedule, so management accommodated her schedule.
June 9, 2015
Axl Rotten

Axl Rotten death matches

A post on Twitter where Axl Rotten tries to clear up the confusion over comments that he made in regards to death matches. The former ECW star caused a little bit of controversy after his podcast interview with Chris Jericho because the internet wrestling community felt that he was disrespectful towards the thing that propelled his career.
June 9, 2015
Vince Russo

Vince Russo on Sami Zayn

Never one to avoid controversy, Vince Russo has drawn the ire of the internet wrestling community yet again. The source of discontent stems from the fact that he took to social media to say that Sami Zayn, who made his debut on Monday Night Raw this week, was not a television star yet. He stated that while the hardcore fans might know of him, the masses just assumed that he was some jobber that was in the ring with John Cena.
May 6, 2015