Author - Colin Vassallo

James Storm photographed at Full Sail University with Billy Gunn

James Storm

There is a photo on Twitter circulating showing former TNA champion James Storm walking towards the entrance of Full Sail University accompanied by WWE’s Billy Gunn. The photo was put online by Rob McCarron, host of the Shake Them Ropes podcast. Storm wrestled for TNA from 2002 up until June of this year and left the company after his contract...

NXT Takeover: Respect live on the WWE Network tonight

Sasha Banks

Live tonight from Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, WWE presents NXT Takeover: Respect on the WWE Network. The full card is as follows: Finn Balor and Samoa Joe vs The Mechanics in the semi final match of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic; Jason Jordan and Chad Gable vs Baron Corbin and Rhyno in the second semi final of the Dusty...

Triple H says Vince lets him run NXT the way he wants

Triple H

During a conference call with reporters to promote tonight’s NXT Takeover: Respect, Triple H was asked if it was hard convincing Vince to have Sasha and Bayley main event tonight’s NXT show. Triple H said that while Vince has the final say most of the times, it doesn’t work that way in NXT and while he can overrule him anytime, he lets him...

Matt Hardy vacates the TNA title

TNA title

Just days after winning the TNA title at Bound For Glory, Matt Hardy has vacated the belt to continue the angle about Ethan Carter III filing and obtaining an injunction to prevent Matt and the title from appearing on TNA television. “Sometimes leaders have to make personal sacrifices for the greater good. EC3 has put myself, Jeff, TNA & TNA...

Raw rating for 10/05/2015

Raw

Monday Night Raw ratings continued to tank with this week’s show featuring the return of Brock Lesnar doing 3,378,000 viewers, just 48,000 viewers up from last week. Hour one did a total of 3,473,000 viewers, followed by 3,494,000 in the second hour, and then dropped to 3,167,000 in the third and final hour with a John Cena main event. The third...

Steve Austin shoots down second WrestleMania 32 rumor

Steve Austin

In one of the latest Ric Flair podcasts, the 16 time champion noted that Austin said he would boycott WrestleMania 32 if Michael Hayes was not going to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Flair was speaking to Hayes, a member of the legendary Fabulous Freebirds, when he made the comment, and told Hayes that Austin made it clear to him that he...

WWE Network gift cards now available at Walmart

WWE Network

WWE today launched the WWE Network gift cards which are available for purchase from Walmart stores. No credit card will be required after you apply the gift card to your account and unless you top it up when it expires, your Network subscription will be automatically canceled. Each gift card will come with a three-month subscription to the Network...

Three title matches announced for Hell In A Cell 2015

Kane

Three more matches were announced for the Hell In A Cell pay-per-view last night on Monday Night Raw with the WWE, Tag Team, and Divas titles to be defended. The Divas champion, Charlotte, will be defending her title against number one contender Nikki Bella, their third one-on-one match in their program so far. The Dudley Boyz continue their quest...

CM Punk calls WWE partner Susan G. Komen “a scam”

CM Punk

Former WWE champion CM Punk came out with an attack on WWE’s partner Susan G. Komen, calling the largest and most-funded breast cancer organization a scam. “If you’re going to give money to a company that claims to raise money for finding a cure for cancer, please do some research. Komen is a scam,” Punk wrote on his Twitter. Komen has...

NXT event announced for the Friday before WrestleMania

NXT

With the announcement of the WrestleMania travel packages came also the news that WWE will be holding an NXT live event on Friday, April 1, two days before WrestleMania. Earlier this year WWE did the same and sold out NXT in a matter of minutes with virtually zero advertising. The Friday NXT show in Dallas will take place at the Kay Bailey...

Travel packages for WrestleMania 32 available on October 13

WrestleMania 32

The WrestleMania 32 travel packages will go on sale on October 13 at Noon EST on WWE.COM and this year WWE will be offering 6 different packages – Texas Star, VIP, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. All packages include a WrestleMania 32 ticket, Axxess ticket, NXT ticket, coach transport, and 3 nights accommodation while the higher end...

WrestleMania 32 tickets go on sale on November 6

WrestleMania 32

WWE announced that tickets for WrestleMania 32 will go on sale Friday, November 6, starting at 10AM EST on Ticketmaster.com. Ticket prices range from $18 to $1,180 and there will also be a limited number of “Gold Circle” VIP Packages available for $2,360. The Gold Circle packages include seating in the first eight rows ringside, a Gold Circle...

TNA stars to travel to India for media tour and announcement

TNA

TNA Wrestling and their Indian broadcast partner Sony SIX today announced that Ethan Carter III, Rebel, and India’s own Mahabali Shera, will travel to India later this month for an extensive international media tour and make a key announcement about TNA in the region. The trio will be accompanied by TNA’s Executive Vice President of Television...

Matt Hardy wins TNA World title for the first time

Matt Hardy

Matt Hardy won his first major singles title at yesterday’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view, defeating both the reigning champion EC3 and Drew Galloway to become the new TNA World Heavyweight champion. This is his second title in TNA having previously won the Tag Team titles with his brother Jeff. “For all the people that have supported &...

Bound For Glory 2015 pay-per-view results

Bound For Glory

Here are the results from last night’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view which took place live from the Cabarrus Arena and Events Center in Concord, North Carolina. Tigre Uno defeated Manik, DJ Z, and Andrew Everett in an Ultimate X match to retain the TNA X Division title; Tyrus defeated Abyss, Aiden O’Shea, Al Snow, Chris Melendez...

Bray Wyatt injured during non-televised live event in Bangor, Maine

Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt was injured at last night’s WWE non-televised live event in Bangor, Maine, in a no disqualification match against Royal Rumble winner Roman Reigns. Wyatt got busted open and was bleeding from both his head and hand although his hand cut was reportedly way more serious than his head injury according to various reports online and tweets...