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- WWE’s website has a new storyline article up wondering if Vince McMahon will be cleared to appear at Sunday’s No Way Out pay-per-view. They also speculate that Big Show may face disciplinary action, despite his iron-clad contract from John Laurinaitis. – As noted before, Triple H will be appearing at No Way Out to speak about his future and the situation with Brock Lesnar. Sources in WWE do not expect Lesnar to be there live but his status for the pay-per-view is not confirmed. (Partial source: F4Wonline.com)Read More
Recently, there’s speculation about the future of some of the major talents that either were or are apart of the WWE roster and depending on if they exit the company, it could have a major effect on the product. Randy Orton, one of the top performers for the WWE was suspended for sixty days for his second violation of the Wellness Policy. Another violation would result in Orton being fired and with that as a possibility, it somewhat limits what Orton could be involved with from a storyline prospective becauseRead More
- Paul Heyman tweeted the following Monday night during RAW: “@WWE #TheBossIsBack Yes, Brock Lesnar and I are indeed back. WHERE? Remains to be seen! Ahem …” – William Regal tweeted the following Monday night: “Very nice and productive talk with Mr McMahon tonight.I’ve got a lot of thinking to do.” – Former WWE Superstar Rikishi headlines a Knokxperience event this Saturday The Domain in Sun Valley, California. A post-show party will be held at Bob’s Big Boy in Sun Valley on 8274 Sunland Blvd.Read More

Posted On June 12, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Stipulation Added To WWE No Way Out Main Event; Updated Card

Vince McMahon announced on this week’s three-hour WWE RAW Supershow that he would be at ringside with John Laurinaitis when Big Show faces John Cena at No Way Out. If Show doesn’t win, he would fire Laurinaitis. Below is the latest card for Sunday’s WWE No Way Out: Steel Cage Match Big Show vs. John Cena Vince McMahon & John Laurinaitis at ringside. If Show doesn’t win, Laurinaitis gets fired. WWE Title Match Daniel Bryan vs. Kane vs. CM Punk(c) World Heavyweight Title Match Sheamus(c) vs. Dolph Ziggler WWE IntercontinentalRead More

Posted On June 12, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Triple H To Address His Future & Brock Lesnar At WWE No Way Out

WWE announced on this week’s Raw Supershow that Triple H will appear at No Way Out for the first time after being “served a lawsuit” by Brock Lesnar. WWE are promoting that The Game will address his future and Lesnar in the appearance.Read More

Posted On June 11, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News, Videos

Video: UFC President Dana White Talks On Brock Lesnar Meeting

UFC President Dana White caught up with analyst Ariel Helwani after UFC on FX to discuss the incredible night of fights. Dana was very impressed by Demetrious Johnson and Erick Silva, among others. White also shared some very interesting news on Brock Lesnar.Read More
Since the return of former multiple time WWE Champion Brock Lesnar, the wrestling world has been turned on its ear, and many wrestling fans have been speculating on what the WWE should do with Lesnar in terms of story-lines and booking. Lesnar has been off of WWE television the past few weeks due to an angle that involves WWE COO Triple H. Lesnar injured Triple H and then up and left the WWE because he claimed he wasn’t being treated fairly and that the company was reneging on conditions heRead More
In regards to Brock Lesnar’s status with WWE, nothing is 100% certain until a contract is signed. Lesnar only has a deal for a number of appearances with the company. Everything is going to be at Lesnar’s leverage with him always having the option to negotiate with UFC and being able to draw a such a strong number of fans. This lets Lesnar get away with being very aggressive in his business negotiations. Dana White and Vince McMahon are both business men, if having to deal with Lesnar’s aggressive businessRead More

Posted On June 6, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Nuclear Heat On Brock Lesnar: Backstage News On His WWE Future

For those wondering why there has been no mention of Brock Lesnar on WWE television over the last couple weeks, there is said to be “nuclear heat” on Lesnar, some of which stems his recent appearance at the UFC 146 pay-per-view. Brock Lesnar visited the event and met with UFC President Dana White without the advance knowledge of Vince McMahon. Even before the UFC incident, Lesnar has been extremely difficult to deal with behind the scenes. Lesnar was high maintenance during his first run with the company nearly a decadeRead More
The Rock took part in a Q&A session on his Twitter account this afternoon. Here are some highlights: GI Joe 2 being pushed to WrestleMania week in 2013: “Yup, we pushed GI JOE to March. We wanted to turn a very good movie into an awesome movie! Working w/ Bruce Willis on GI JOE was a f’n blast. We kick ass and save the world very well together.” If GI Joe 2 being moved to WrestleMania week affects his return: “It may bud. Not sure right now. We’re all tryingRead More
Current creative plans call for The Undertaker to face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXIX. Meanwhile, the latest issue of Inside Wrestling features Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker on the cover with the headline reading “SNEAK PEAK? The World Clamors for Lesnar-‘Taker At WrestleMania 29!” (Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter)Read More
We noted before that Brock Lesnar met with UFC President Dana White in Las Vegas this weekend following the UFC pay-per-view. There was some speculation that WWE and UFC were in on the whole thing as part of the Lesnar storyline. Word now is that WWE had no part in the meeting and it was all Lesnar’s doing. Speculation now is that Lesnar was trying to fuel his WWE storyline and at the same time make a “power play” with the two companies. Lesnar actually told WWE officials that heRead More
Following UFC 146, president Dana White discusses the possible UFC return of Brock Lesnar.Read More

Posted On May 24, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

UFC Fighter Teases WWE Move To Face Brock Lesnar

UFC fighter Roy Nelson, who has teased pro wrestling involvement in the past, is at it again. Nelson is now teasing jumping to WWE to go head to head with Brock Lesnar. Speaking to MMAWeekly, the UFC fighter revealed that after he wins his next fight at this Saturday’s UFC 146, he “might just have to go to WWE because I might just have to call him [Brock Lesnar] out, go to WWE, and whoop his ass.” Photo Of Brock Lesnar & Rena “Sable” Mero At Jimmy John’s »»Read More
WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view with the return of Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena in the main event did just over 250,000 pay-per-view buys, based on early numbers. They drew about 147,000 buys in North America and 104,000 outside of North America. The 2011 Extreme Rules show did around 108,000 buys in North America. (Source: F4Wonline.com)Read More
Triple H appeared on Saturday’s edition of CA Uncensored with Criss Angel. Triple H spoke in character about Brock Lesnar and says they will meet again. Triple H also said he wouldn’t consider a shot at a MMA career. Triple H was asked who would he pick – Hulk Hogan or The Incredible Hulk, and he picked the green Hulk. He also talks about McMahon family cookouts, his training, WrestleMania 28 and lots more. He also tells a story about Jerry Lawler having an accident in the ring.Read More
Busted Open satellite radio show with Daniel Bryan Host: Dave Lagreca and Doug Mortman Airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays on Sirius 94 and XM 208 from 2-4 ET Facebook.com/bustedopen Daniel Bryan on his recent success: It’s strange. I’m not someone who people are supposed to like. It’s interesting because there is a small percentage of people who really like me and love chanting “Yes! Yes! Yes!” But there is also people who hate me, but also enjoy chanting Yes! Because I just think it’s a fun thing to chant. SoRead More
- As a reminder, Triple H will be appearing on Criss Angel’s CA Uncensored show at CrissAngel.com today. Triple H will discuss Brock Lesnar and more. The interview airs at 12:30pm PST and 3:30pm EST. – WWE is asking fans to send them their photos from RAW TV events. Send them to RawFanPhotos@gmail.com if you want to participate. – Former WCW star “Dirty” Dick Slater turns 61 years old today while former WCW Cruiserweight Champion Psicosis turns 41. Also, today would have been the 66th birthday of WWE Hall ofRead More
Daniel Bryan was interviewed by Brian Fritz of the Between The Ropes podcast and spoke about a number of topics, including the “Yes!” chants changing his life, his match against CM Punk this Sunday at Over The Limit, Brock Lesnar’s return to WWE and much more. Here are some highlights of what he said about: Whether or not he ever thought a word as simple as ‘yes’ could change his life the way it has: “(laughs) Yeah, you’d never think it. All the years I spent toiling on the independentRead More