Wrestling Revealed

Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins denies rumors

Even though he has not been using the finishing move since the rumors first sprung up, Seth Rollins is denying that WWE has banned him from using the Curb Stomp. He did so again recently during a questions and answers session with fans at a convention. He teased that he might bring the move back for a big event, but for the time being, his finisher is going to be the Pedigree. The widespread belief is that there actually is a ban in place.
May 27, 2015
Kurt Angle

Kurt Angle on TNA

A post on Twitter where Kurt Angle talks about being loyal to TNA and thanks the real fans that have continued to support him even though he is no longer with WWE.
May 27, 2015
Ryback

Rusev injured at Smackdown

A big change might be needed for the Intercontinental Championship match at Elimination Chamber, as news has now leaked that Rusev was injured during the Smackdown taping on Tuesday. He worked a match against Ryback. The Bulgaria born wrestler was spotted in a wheelchair, while wearing a cast on his right leg and holding crutches. WWE has not made an official announcement in regards to the situation yet.
May 27, 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
Ryan Nemeth

Ryan Nemeth personal trainer

For those of you that have been wondering what Ryan Nemeth has been doing since leaving professional wrestling, the younger brother of Dolph Ziggler is now a personal fitness trainer. To help give himself even more credibility, Nemeth has been telling potential clients that he is a former WWE star. He is also said to be rather friendly to those that are not in good shape. Often times, people are intimidated by trainers.
May 26, 2015
Stephen Amell

Stephen Amell on Raw

If you're a big fan of professional wrestling and comic book superheroes, then Monday Night Raw was one of the better episodes in a long while. When Stardust was making his entrance, he decided to confront a fan in the audience. That person was actually Stephen Amell, who portrays the Green Arrow on television. He is one of the biggest wrestling fans on the planet and has repeatedly asked WWE for something to do on their shows.
May 26, 2015
Hideo Itami

Hideo Itami shirt pulled

In trying to avoid a lot of embarrassment, WWE was quick to pull the shirts that they made for Hideo Itami from their official online store. Management was informed that the Japanese characters on the item were incorrect. A lot of people in Japan are very old school when it comes to things, so the inaccuracy might have offended them. Fortunately, the shirt was pulled quickly enough. The company is doing a tour in Tokyo in a couple of weeks.
May 26, 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
Vince McMahon

Extreme Rules buy rate

Even when Vince McMahon is giving something away for free, there are still a good amount of people in the world that are wanting to throw wads of cash at him. Reports have surfaced that Extreme Rules generated 56,000 buys overall. The pay per view was available at no charge on the WWE Network. Granted, there is a lot of the buyers are in areas where the online video service is not available, but some pay simply out of habit.
May 26, 2015
Samoa Joe

Samoa Joe WWE contract

Developmental wrestlers in WWE generally do not get paid a lot of money, and that was one of the things that caused Samoa Joe to be hesitant about signing a contract with the company. In order to get the deal done, management opted to give him a contract that might help them secure more of the top performers on the independent scene. Joe is being allowed to work for other promotions, provided that he does not appear on television.
May 25, 2015