Wrestling Revealed

WWE stars in Qatar

A photo on Instagram of former WWE stars Jinder Mahal, Carlito, Brodus Clay and Chris Masters at a huge wrestling show in Qatar.
April 17, 2015

Justin Roberts doing a commercial

A photo on Intagram where Justin Roberts shows us that he is now working on a commercial after leaving professional wrestling.
April 17, 2015

WWE on AJ Lee

Since the internet wrestling community is speculating about the backstage heat towards AJ Lee, WWE decided to do a little public relations work. The company decided to thank her by doing a tribute which consists of 100 of the best photos of career with them. They even included a popular hash tag that fans have been using to thank AJ on social media sites. The belief is that there is still some heat towards the former divas champion.
April 16, 2015

Torrie Wilson shows body

A photo on Instagram where Torrie Wilson shows that her body is still in tremendous shape since leaving wrestling.
April 16, 2015

Young Bucks playing games

A photo on Instagram of Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson playing the very first wrestling game that was available on the old school Nintendo Entertainment System.
April 16, 2015

Beth Phoenix and Lisa Marie

A photo on Instagram of Lisa Marie Varon congratulating Beth Phoenix for winning a wrestling award.
April 16, 2015

WWE fans rush ring in London

A photo on Twitter of WWE fans rushing the ring and performing wrestling moves during the Smackdown taping. John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Tyson Kidd and Antonio Cesaro were preparing for their match at the time of the incident.
April 14, 2015

Haku still wrestling

A photo on Instagram of former WWE star Haku still wrestling and still being a bad ass on the independent wrestling circuit.
April 13, 2015

Brodus Clay in Qatar

A photo on Instagram of WWE star Brodus Clay in Qatar for a big wrestling event.
April 12, 2015

WWE Network in India

For the next phase of their expansion plans, WWE is set to debut the Network in several countries. One of the more interesting choices is India, as many industry insiders feel that it is one of the hotter markets for professional wrestling. While much of their population lives in poverty, there is a good amount of wealthy people that may be willing to spend on the service. Great Khali could be brought back solely to promote the online service.
April 9, 2015