Wrestling Revealed

James Storm

James Storms avoided tattoos

In a rather interesting revelation, James Storm revealed to Jim Ross during their podcast interview that he purposely avoided getting too many tattoos for all these years because he was afraid that it would hurt his chances with WWE. The ink that he does have is on his legs and can be hidden rather easily. Storm mentioned to Ross that he would be quite content if a World Wrestling Entertainment run never happens for him.
February 9, 2016
Stevie Ray

Booker T on Sid Vicious

While doing a podcast interview with Chris Jericho, Booker T revealed that Sid Vicious was the one that brought he and his brother, Stevie Ray, to WCW. Vicious told them that he wanted to transition to the front office so he recruited them to show management that he had an eye for talent. Sid even allowed Harlem Heat to stay at his apartment for the first three months that they were with World Championship Wrestling.
January 24, 2016
Jeff Hardy

Jeff Hardy wrestles injured

There was an Impact Wrestling taping on Thursday night, and Jeff Hardy worked a match like he said he would. The former world heavyweight champion defeated Tyrus by disqualification. Hardy did botch a top rope spot, and he sold a leg injury as he walked to the back after the match. During a recent podcast interview, Hardy told fans that he was going to wrestle in January despite needing another surgery to repair his knee injury.
January 8, 2016
Val Venis

Val Venis trained Bobby Roode

While doing a podcast interview, Bobby Roode was asked about his start in professional wrestling. The TNA star revealed that Val Venis trained him for absolutely free. This was right around the time where Venis was set to make his debut in WWE. The two of them lived within miles of one another in Canada and met one day. Venis told Roode that he had a ring in his backyard and invited him to come over to check it out. The rest is history.
January 8, 2016
Vince Russo

TNA caters to fans

During his latest podcast interview, Vince Russo stated that Dixie Carter and John Gaburick actually read up pretty frequently on what the internet wrestling community has to say about the product. Russo also stated that TNA tries to appease fans online in hopes of decreasing the amount of criticism that the promotion receives since they are trying to compete with WWE.
January 4, 2016
Sting

Nicest people in wrestling

During his podcast interview show, Ric Flair stated that the two nicest people in the business are Sting and Ricky Steamboat. They also happen to be two of his biggest on screen rivals. Flair took it a little further by stating that the two of them might be too nice to be in an insensitive business such as professional wrestling. The statement holds some merit as others have said similar things about those two guys.
December 11, 2015
Chris Jericho

Luke Harper a librarian

While doing a podcast interview show with Chris Jericho, Luke Harper revealed something very interesting about his personal life. Prior to being signed to a developmental contract with WWE, he was working on the independent wrestling scene. Since he needed to supplement his money, Harper also worked as a librarian for the city. He stated that he was in charge of keeping up with the text books.
November 24, 2015
Steve Austin

Steve Austin endorses Cesaro

Like many wrestling fans, Steve Austin is wondering why WWE is not pushing Antonio Cesaro better. During his latest podcast interview show, the former world heavyweight champion showered the Swiss Superman with praise. Austin feels that Cesaro will somehow be able to make himself a top star even if management does not get behind him and provide him with the tools that he needs.
November 18, 2015
Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon added padding

During his podcast interview, Taz provided the internet wrestling community with yet another reason to like Shane McMahon. While talking to the commentators one day, McMahon noticed that there were no padding by the announce tables. There was a big spot planned at the pay per view that would see the destruction of those tables. Since he was concerned about the safety of the performers, he started adding padding to the area.
October 23, 2015
Finn Balor

Becky Lynch training for wrestling

During a podcast interview, Becky Lynch shared an interesting story about when she first decided to train for wrestling. She said that as a teenager, she was the fat girl that failed her physical education class. Wanting to make a change in her life, she discovered that the man now known as Finn Balor was opening up a wrestling school in Ireland. At just the age of 15, Becky and her brother opted to sign up for the class.
October 15, 2015