Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Sean Waltman Q&A Event Criticized, Hogan Talks About Hitting Rock Bottom

Wrestling News World reader Robert McGinty attended the Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman Q&A event in Glasgow and sent in the following live report: I attended the Glasgow leg of the Q&A tour Nash, Hall & Waltman are making of the UK. The event has caused a lot of controversy with fans booing, […]

Wrestlemania 29 Generates Over $100 Million, Booker T Talks Reconciling With Stevie Ray & His Future In Wrestling

- WWE issued a press release on Wednesday to announce that Wrestlemania 29 generated $101.2 million in economic impact for the New Jersey/New York region this past April, according to a study conducted by the Enigma Research Corporation. The announcement was made by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Click here to read the release on […]

Shark Boy Returning To TNA, Gail Kim’s Opponent, James Storm Podcast

- Shark Boy is scheduled to return to Impact Wrestling on this week’s Turning Point show in Orlando, Florida. They did an angle where he “quit his job” at a pizzeria in a new #Impact365 video at this link. You can also watch in the video embedded below: [youtube id="m81NggF9tJs" width="620" height="360"] Shark Boy is one […]

Live Report From Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Sean Waltman Q&A

Wrestling News World reader Gerry Hazel attended Tuesday night’s Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman Q&A event in Glasgow, Scotland. He sent in the following live report: I attended tonight’s Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman Q & A event in Glasgow, and I had to say, was one of the better events […]

New Diva Signing, MLB Players At Smackdown, WWE In Wichita, NXTer On The Road

- WWE has signed female World Arm-wrestling Champion Sarah Backman to a developmental contract. She began at the WWE Performance Center on Monday and posted this photo on Instagram. – Zack Wheeler of the New York Mets and Josh Reddick of the Oakland Athletics are scheduled to attend Tuesday night’s Smackdown taping in Atlanta, Georgia. […]

Monday Night Raw Audience Rises Headed Into Survivor Series

This week’s episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, the go-home to Survivor Series, did an average viewing audience of 3,802,333 viewers on the USA Network. Below is how the show broke down by hour: Hour 1 – 3,768,000 Hour 2 – 3,965,000 Hour 3 – 3,674,000 The show ended up with a 2.73 cable rating. […]