Wrestling Revealed


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 Due to the recent controversy, however, Hogan has been replaced by management.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

Edge has hand surgery

Whenever you spend more than a decade on the road with WWE, you're going to be putting your body through a whole lot of damage, regardless of how well trained you are. Edge knows that really well. In addition to being forced to retire from the business that he loves due to severe damage to his neck, the former world heavyweight champion recently also underwent surgery to repair his hand, which was damaged by years of wrestling.
September 25, 2015

Sting putting over performers

In yet another sign that he is highly unlikely to walk out of Night of Champions with the top belt in WWE in tow, Sting revealed during a recent interview that he was brought into the company to help put over others. The former world heavyweight champion said that he was fine with that role because he has already had his time in the spotlight. For him, it is now all about enjoying his remaining days in the business.
September 16, 2015
Hulk Hogan

McMahon avoids Hogan

When he found out that TMZ was going to posting a controversial video on him, Hulk Hogan immediately called WWE to inform them of the situation. The former world heavyweight champion revealed that Vince McMahon never even bothered to talk to him during the entire ordeal. Hogan stated that Triple H was the one that kept in touch with him. HHH was also the one that gave Hogan the bad news about their business separation.
September 15, 2015
Rob Van Dam

Rob Van Dam at Royal Rumble

We are getting close to the end of the year, which means that rumors about random Royal Rumble returns start coming out of the woodwork. Rob Van Dam maintains a good business relationship with WWE, so his name has surfaced once again. The former world heavyweight champion himself added fuel to the fire by publicly stated that he was going to be making another return to World Wrestling Entertainment some day.
September 11, 2015
Triple H

NXT London

When Triple H said that he wanted NXT to be something special, he was not kidding. His aggressive business tactics have caught the attention of the entire professional wrestling industry. Despite the brand losing money for WWE, a Takeover special for London has been announced. It will take place in December. The brand will also be doing six shows in various cities in England prior to that special.
August 27, 2015
Jushin Liger

Jushin Liger at Summerslam

This upcoming weekend will mark the WWE debut of Jushin Liger, who has signed a contract to work a match at the big NXT live event in Brooklyn. The legendary performer from Japan is sticking around for Summerslam, as it is being billed as a very big event. Liger likes to visit the United States, so this business deal has enabled him to stay in the country for about a week.
August 19, 2015
The Rock

Rock at Summerslam

Even before Roman Reigns added fuel to the fire, there were rumors that WWE officials had internally discussed the possibility of The Rock making an appearance at Summerslam. It would provide the fans with at least another thing to pop for. He does do a lot of business in New York, so the possibility cannot be ruled out.
August 18, 2015
Stephen Amell

Stephen Amell gains fans

Thanks in large part to the success of his Arrow television show, Stephen Amell was already making a name for himself in Hollywood. By teaming up with WWE, he made a very wise business decision. The actor revealed that he received more fans because of his appearance. His social media followers have increased a bit since Monday Night Raw, which means that more wrestling fans are now following him.
August 14, 2015
Triple H

HHH and Gunn make up

For those that are still wondering if Triple H is the type of person to do what is best for business, his relationship with Billy Gunn should speak volumes. Gunn was heavily critical of HHH when he initially was forced out of WWE. He was very vocal about it and willingly discussed it with the public. The two of them have now made up because HHH knows that Gunn is very valuable to the company as a trainer.
August 13, 2015