Wrestling Revealed

Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar return to Raw

On June 22, 2015, WWE will be hosting Monday Night Raw in Indianapolis. The event has now become something that wrestling fans should not miss out on. Bankers Life Fieldhouse took to social media to announce that Brock Lesnar will be making his return to Monday Night Raw that evening. It appears that the comeback was recently negotiated and agreed upon. In the story line, Lesnar is still serving his suspension for attacking the commentators.
May 28, 2015
Samoa Joe

Samoa Joe on ROH TV

Even though he is signed to a contract with WWE now, Samoa Joe is scheduled to make a return to ROH and work a television taping. Of course, that deal has now been complicated because Ring of Honor has now been picked up by Destination America, which means that the promotion can now be seen in every state. World Wrestling Entertainment generally has a policy against performers being used on TV elsewhere.
May 27, 2015
Miz

Daniel Bryan at Elimination Chamber

On Monday Night Raw, WWE announced that Daniel Bryan was going to be making an appearance at the Elimination Chamber kickoff show. He will be interviewed by the Miz. That has led to a lot of speculation within the internet wrestling community about the former world heavyweight champion potentially announcing his return that night. The real reason why management is bringing him in is because his DVD is being released on Tuesday.
May 26, 2015
Velvet Sky

Velvet Sky makes return

A video on YouTube of Velvet Sky making her TNA return on the latest episode of Impact Wrestling.
May 15, 2015
Curt Hawkins

Curt Hawkins on Tough Enough

During a recent interview, Curt Hawkins shared his opinions on Tough Enough, which is making a return this year. He stated that while it was a good television show, there really is no payoff in the end. Hawkins, who is now a trainer at a wrestling school that he owns and operates, stated that it is unfair for WWE to put these untrained performers in front of national television and expect them to be prepared after just three months of training.
May 14, 2015
Dana White

Ronda Rousey return to WWE

Even though Dana White publicly stated that she would never be back inside of a WWE ring, Ronda Rousey has still not given up on the idea. She stated during an interview that she is going to figure out a way for her to return to the world of professional wrestling. Rousey has long stated that she is interested in working an actual match. UFC will do everything in their power to keep on one of their biggest draws from jumping ship.
May 13, 2015
Devon

Bully Ray deal with TNA

To clear up all the speculation surrounding his return to TNA, Bully Ray took to the air to reveal that his appearance on Impact Wrestling was a one time thing. He stated that the front office called and told him that they needed a special guest referee for a world heavyweight championship match. Since he thought it would be fun, Bully opted to sign on for the episode. He stated that he and Devon still enjoy having independent status.
May 12, 2015
Triple H

Elijah Burke return to TNA

Earlier in the year, Elijah Burke revealed that he had been in communication with Triple H in regards to a WWE return. However, it now appears that he will be returning to TNA instead. Burke is slated to make an appearance during an episode of Impact Wrestling later on this month. It is being said that he will be doing commentary with Josh Mathews. NO word yet on whether or not that will be his full time role, but do not rule out an in ring return.
May 10, 2015
Velvet Sky

Velvet Sky returns to TNA

When Velvet Sky revealed just how disappointed she was that TNA opted to not sign her to a contract, the belief among the internet wrestling community was that she was permanently done with the company. Once again, wrestling fans have forgotten the "never say never" mantra in the industry. Velvet made her return to the promotion on the latest episode of Impact Wrestling. She worked a segment with former tag team partner Angelina Love.
May 9, 2015
Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon hates tournaments

For the longest time, the internet wrestling community had been yearning for the return of the King of the Ring, as it was one of the most popular gimmicks that WWE has ever done. It finally made a return this year, and Vince McMahon needed a lot of convincing before giving it the green light. It has now been revealed that he actually hates tournament. The belief is that Wrestlemania 4 did one and produced lackluster numbers.
May 8, 2015