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Posted On September 27, 2011By StaffIn News

List Of Matches On Upcoming Steve Austin DVD Revealed

The list of matches for the upcoming 4-disc “Stone Cold” Steve Austin DVD has been released. In addition to a 2.5 hour documentary portion, the following matches and segments have been announced: USWA – May 1990 -Stunning Steve Austin vs. Gentleman Chris Adams WCW Saturday Night – July 30, 1994 -Stunning Steve Austin & Ric Flair vs. Sting & Ricky Steamboat King of the Ring – June 23, 1996 -“Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Jake The Snake Roberts WrestleMania 13 – March 23, 1997 Submission Match -“Stone Cold” Steve AustinRead More

Posted On September 18, 2011By StaffIn News

Possible Opponents For The Rock & John Cena At Survivor Series

As noted before, John Cena and The Rock will be teaming up at November’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view in a 5-on-5 tag team match. Word is that The Rock and Cena will be teaming with CM Punk, Sheamus and possibly one other Superstar to take on WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio, The Miz, R-Truth and possibly two other Superstars. Regarding upcoming appearances, The Rock is scheduled for more than one RAW episode going into Survivor Series. Also, it looks like the idea of a Best of 3 Series between TheRead More

Posted On September 17, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

What Match Type Will Rock Be Competing In At Survivor Series?

The official WWE website confirmed Friday evening that The Rock will be returning to the squared circle at the Survivor Series on November 20. He will be participating in a Traditional 5-on-5 Tag Team Match at the show. Their statement reads: “WWE sources have confirmed that The Rock and John Cena will be a part of a Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Tag Team Match.” The Rock indicated earlier in the day on Facebook that he would be aligning with Cena at the Survivor Series as he posted the promotional posterRead More

Posted On September 14, 2011By StaffIn News

WWE Wanting The Rock To Wrestle At Survivor Series PPV

- WWE officials are reportedly trying very hard to get The Rock to wrestle at the Survivor Series pay-per-view. The original idea was for him to appear and do an angle but not wrestle until the match with John Cena at WrestleMania 28 but now they want him to wrestle in November. As noted before, there has also been discussion of doing a best of 3 series between the two. Whether or not The Rock should wrestle or not at Survivor Series was a controversial topic of discussion within WWERead More

Posted On September 10, 2011By StaffIn News

The Rock Appearing At Survivor Series Officially Promoted is officially promoting The Rock appearing at Survivor Series now that tickets will be available tomorrow. The event is being promoted as The Rock’s first time at Madison Square Garden in almost 8 years. No further details are given on the specifics of what he’ll do at the show.Read More

Posted On September 8, 2011By StaffIn News

Report: Plans For The Rock & John Cena Feud is reporting that there has been serious talk of The Rock and John Cena having a best of 3 series. This would not only solve the problem of which one of these two stars goes over at WrestleMania but will allow the WWE to cash in more on this big time match up. The first match would be at WrestleMania and the the series would culminate at Summerslam 2012. As of now The Rock will be at Survivor Series where he will cut a promo and likely get physicallyRead More
A pre-sale event for the Survivor Series takes place tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. ET. The password for the pre-sale is “CENAROCK” at Advertising for the show reads: “The People’s Champion-The Rock returns to action for the first time in 8 years to join John Cena and all your favorite WWE Superstars at “Survivor Series.” Despite the vague wording in the advertisement, The Rock is not scheduled to wrestle on the show. Photo of The Rock’s Florida mansion -> source: F4WOnline.comRead More
– Advertisements in the New York City area for tickets to the Survivor Series at Madison Square Garden are vaguely centered on The Rock “returning to action” for the first time in “eight years” alongside John Cena. The Rock last competed in March 2004 at Wrestlemania XX, where he and Mick Foley lost a Handicap Match to Randy Orton, Batista and Ric Flair. — Former WWE developmental wrestler Derrick Neikirk turns 37 years old today. He worked a dark match against Johnny Curtis in July but was not hired. —Read More

Posted On August 8, 2011By StaffIn News

Update On WWE Replacing Sin Cara, WWE Stars At Teen Choice

- As you’ve probably read in recent weeks, there has been strong consideration in WWE about not bringing Sin Cara back to television once his 30-day suspension due to a Wellness Policy violation is up. Daniel reported over the weekend that WWE is bringing “Sin Cara” back prior to the 30-day suspension being over – and the character of Sin Cara might be portrayed by another person other than Luis Ignascio Urive Alvirde (formerly Mistico). At this time, WWE developmental talent Hunico is the most likely candidate to wrestle asRead More
John Cena responded to rumors of his scheduled match with The Rock at WrestleMania XXVIII being in jeopardy. A fan asked, “Any truth to the rumours that a top WWE exec wants your match with The Rock removed from the WM 28 card?” He responded, “none at all. That match needs to happen. If they kick us out we will parking lot.” The rumor is attributed to the Wrestling Observer, as they reported last week that a high-ranking executive with great influence over Vince McMahon is lobbying for theRead More

Posted On August 4, 2011By StaffIn News

Vince McMahon Says The Rock Will Appear At Several WWE PPVs

During Thursday’s WWE investor conference call, WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon spoke about The Rock’s impact on the company’s second quarter financial results, namely WrestleMania 28, which generated over $28 million in revenues. McMahon announced that The Rock will be appearing at “multiple” pay-per-view events aside from WrestleMania 28. The Rock announced last month that he’ll be appearing at the 25th anniversary of Survivor Series in November to confront John Cena, who he will wrestle at WrestleMania 28. McMahon mentioned that The Rock’s involvement at Wrestlemania 28 have resultedRead More

Posted On July 20, 2011By Jared GebhardtIn Columns

The Wrestling Genius: The WWE Enters a New Era

Coming off the best pay per view not named Wrestlemania that I’ve seen in many years Monday held so much promise. How would they incorporate CM Punk into a show he is “no longer” a part of *wink wink*. Okay first things first, I’m getting ahead of myself. I want to say there has never been a wrestler with a crowd in the palm of his hand quite like CM Punk had that Chicago crowd. My friend Tom and I were in awe of it and my friend Aaron textedRead More

Posted On July 20, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

JBL Calls Vince Russo A Clown, Launches YouTube Channel

John “Bradshaw” Layfield posted a blog on his Facebook which concludes with the former WWE Champion comparing Vince Russo to a clown not good enough to work for Ringling Brothers Circle, thus explaining why he’s still involved with the wrestling industry. He wrote: “For those that have said they would like JR and I to do commentary together, thanks but probably will never happen-though I would love it. You never know, but I am happy living in Bermuda and JR is happy living in Oklahoma not traveling. However, it hasRead More

Posted On July 20, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

The Rock Planning Second Book, Mahoney Banned From NWS

– New Jersey based independent wrestling league National Wrestling Superstars announced that they would no longer work with promotion regular Balls Mahoney due to the former WWE star’s penchant for “self destructive childish behavior.” Their statement reads: “WWE Alumni and Samoan superstar Manu will take the place of John “Balls” Mahoney on the National Wrestling Superstars Saturday, July 23rd Island Heights Fire Company card. The change, due to Balls Mahoney’s penchant for self destructive childish behavior and non cooperative and just all out assinine nature has become over the pastRead More

Posted On July 20, 2011By StaffIn News

Report: The Rock Confirmed For Survivor Series, Major Plans

Amidst speculation that The Rock might appear at this year’s WWE Survivor Series PPV, due to a Tweet posted by the former WWE Champ last week, we have learned exclusively that Dwayne Johnson is indeed confirmed to appear at this year’s annual PPV. Additionally, we have learned that WWE is planning a huge media campaign to support The Rock’s appearance at Survivor Series 2011, which will take place at Madison Square Garden. “With SummerSlam taking place in Los Angeles, WWE is going to go all out to promote Rock atRead More

Posted On July 19, 2011By StaffIn News

The Rock Tells John Cena To Stick His Apology Straight Up His …

On Monday afternoon, former WWE champion John Cena posted a message on Twitter apologizing to The Rock for all the remarks he’s made regarding The Rock’s absence from WWE television. Cena wrote: “I would like to take a moment to publicly apologize to Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson. In an effort to make WM28 as big as possible I tried to expose rock for his flaws. Very childish and immature on my behalf. My comments about the rocks absence were both unprofessional and childish. I am sorry. The Rock responded withRead More

Posted On July 19, 2011By StaffIn News

The Rock Tells WWE Not To Fire John Cena, WWE Stars Trending

- Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, The Miz and Silent Rage, for Andy Leavine, were all trending worldwide on Twitter tonight. – The Rock wrote the following on Twitter tonight: “@WWE please don’t fire John Cena. You owe it to the WORLD and GOD to have my boot go right up his phony ass at Wrestlemania 28.”Read More

Posted On July 15, 2011By StaffIn News

TMZ Catches Up With The Rock

TMZ has posted a video of one of their reporters catching up with The Rock. Most of the video has The Rock talking about President Obama (Rock even jokes about a presidential run of his own), but when asked about John Cena, Rock responded with “I have nothing to say about that fruit loop. I’m gonna whip his a**.”Read More

Posted On July 13, 2011By StaffIn News

John Cena Responds To The Rock’s Latest Video Insulting Him

Earlier today, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson posted an epic 10-minute video running down John Cena for talking trash about him on WWE’s recent Australian tour. The Rock vowed to whoop John Cena’s ass before WrestleMania and made a few comments that some people might consider borderline homophobic, including saying that Cena’s wristbands make him look like a “bloated transvestite Wonder Woman.” Cena responded to The Rock on Wednesday afternoon with the following statement on Twitter: “CeNation. Just saw Dwayne’s statement. Via satellite of course. Sad, really. It was like anRead More