Category - WWE

Brock Lesnar set for Raw return tonight

Brock Lesnar

Are you ready for the beast? What was scheduled for a return next week, the former WWE World Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is already in Cleveland, Ohio, the site of tonight’s Monday Night Raw according to PWInsider.com. A few days ago the Wrestling Observer reported that Lesnar’s return is being bumped up by a week and now Lesnar is ready...

First match for Battleground 2015 announced

Bray Wyatt

The first match for the Battleground pay-per-view was announced last night during the Money In The Bank event and will feature Roman Reigns vs Bray Wyatt. Last night Wyatt caused Reigns the briefcase during the MITB ladder match after he showed up as Reigns was inches away from grabbing the briefcase. Wyatt took down Reigns and then delivered the...

NXT at the Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky

NXT

WWE’s NXT will be represented at the Louder Than Life festival in Louisville, Kentucky, on October 3 and 4, 2015. The festival will play host to several in-ring matches featuring Finn Balor, Sasha Banks, Blake & Murphy, Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady, Becky Lynch, Bayley, Baron Corbin, Tyler Breeze, The Vaudevillains and more! In addition to...

WWE pays beautiful tribute to Dusty Rhodes

Dusty Rhodes

At the beginning of the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, WWE Superstars, Divas, referees, and other employees paid tribute to the American Dream Dusty Rhodes who sadly passed last week unexpectedly. The bell rang 10 times as everyone stood at the top of the aisle including WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon and fans inside the arena kept total...

Money In The Bank 2015 pay-per-view results

MITB

Here are the results from last night’s Money In The Bank pay-per-view which took place from the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. R-Truth defeated King Barrett in the Kickoff match; Sheamus defeated Dolph Ziggler, Neville, Kane, Kofi Kingston, Roman Reigns, and Randy Orton in the Money in the Bank ladder match to win the briefcase; Nikki...

Obituary for Dusty Rhodes published by Tampa Bay Tribune

Dusty Rhodes

The obituary for Dusty Rhodes was published by the Tampa Bay Tribune today, Sunday, June 14. Rhodes unexpectedly passed away earlier this week after spending a night in hospital. No cause of death has been released yet although his daughter-in-law Brandi – Cody’s wife – said in a post on Instagram that he passed away from natural...

Current betting odds for tonight’s Money In The Bank event

Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns is the bookies favorite for tonight’s Money In The Bank contract ladder match with odds at 1/3. Interesting enough, Kofi Kingston of The New Day is second favorite at 9/2, then followed by Randy Orton at 7/1, Kane at 12/1, Neville at 16/1, Sheamus at 16/1, and Dolph Ziggler dead last at 20/1. In other matches, King Barrett, Ryback...

Video tour of the new Tough Enough living quarters

Tough Enough

Unlike previous years and other reality TV shows, the contestants on the new season of Tough Enough will not be living in a spectacular multi-million dollar mansion, but rather in a converted warehouse. As revealed by Triple H in a video tour, the 13 finalists of Tough Enough will have  “barracks” style living conditions, with bare minimums...

Total Divas season 4 video sneak peek

Total Divas

E! has released a sneak peek at the new season of Total Divas which kicks off on Tuesday, July 7 at 9PM EST. Season four will take a look at Brie’s struggles with the injuries endured by Daniel Bryan as well as fertility issues, Nattie’s personal obstacles involving her father’s issues, Paige’s first movie with WWE Studios, Trinity’s...

Funeral service for Dusty Rhodes to be held on June 17

Dusty Rhodes

Ric Flair announced that the funeral service for WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes will be held this Wednesday, June 17, in Tampa, Florida. You can expect a majority of WWE staff, wrestlers, and NXT talent to be present for the service as The American Dream was loved by everybody and made a big impact on the lives of many, especially those who are...

Meet the 13 finalists of WWE Tough Enough

Tough Enough

The 13 finalists that will make up the cast of this year’s Tough Enough have been revealed. Their journey – and the journey of those who were eliminated in the process – will be documented in a special WWE Network show on Tuesday night. The final 13 are Alexander Frekey of Dallas, Texas; Amadna Saccomanno of Yorktown Heights, New...

Final cast of 13 for new season of Tough Enough chosen

Tough Enough

12 more Tough Enough hopefuls were cut from the original roster of 40, with producers getting rid of 22 applicants over two days. The list has already been trimmed down to 13 although it’s unclear if the rest know already who made it or not. Those eliminated from the competition yesterday are Alexander Galizia, Don Arner, Gabi Castrovinci...

Goldust reflects on his father with a post on Facebook

Goldust

Dustin Runnels, the man better known as Goldust, wrote a touching tribute to his father on Facebook. “Yesterday my father passed away with his four children, my daughter and his wife of 38 yrs. He was our hero and the greatest father in the world,” Goldust wrote. “He is the reason why I am who I am today. He taught me so so many lessons in...

Vince McMahon comments on the death of Dusty Rhodes

Vince Mcmahon

WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon doesn’t use Twitter much, and when he does, it’s usually about something very important. McMahon commented on the death of the American Dream last night with a post just before Midnight. “A sad day for WWE. One of the most innovative, charismatic Superstars of all time, Dusty Rhodes, passed...

NXT talent and crowd honor Dusty at Pittsburgh live event

NXT

NXT had the start of their 3 day road trip yesterday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the NXT talent joined the crowd in honoring Dusty Rhodes. The NXT champion Kevin Owens put polka dots on KO t-shirt as a tribute to the American Dream while Enzo Amore had Hard Times written on the sleeve of his arms, referencing the famous promo by Dusty during...

Mainstream media picks up the Dusty Rhodes story

Dusty Rhodes

Mainstream media picked up the Dusty Rhodes story after WWE announced on its website that the 69 year old Hall of Famer passed away. Websites such as CNN, Fox News, New York Times, Yahoo! Sports, ABC News, CBS Sports, New York Post, Variety, NPR, Chicago Tribute, IGN, Los Angeles Times, Fox Sports, Newsday, Washington Post, Forbes, Digital Spy...

Ric Flair pays tribute to Dusty Rhodes

Ric Flair

One of Rhodes’ legendary opponents, fellow WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, gave a statement to TMZ Sports after Rhodes was announced dead. The statement was issued through Flair’s agents at Legacy Talent and Entertainment. “Today I lost one of my greatest opponents and greatest friends. He was the definition of heart and soul and I’m...