WrestleMania 29 Tag


Posted On April 4, 2013By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: WWE WrestleMania 29 Predictions

It’s WrestleMania week! Is everyone excited? It’s the time of year where we’re supposed to be excited about the showcase of the immortals, but I’m just not feeling it this year. Is it just me? I dunno. Thanks to those of you who read last week’s FATP comeback column about the state of WWE’s mid-card scene. I appreciate the feedback, good and bad! But that was last week. This week, I’m going to dish out my predictions for WWE’s showpiece PPV. I know I don’t normally post these, but it’sRead More

Posted On February 10, 2013By Brett ChandlerIn Columns

Where Does Jack Swagger Fit on the Road to WrestleMania?

When Jack Swagger debuted in WWE, it seemed like the former NCAA star was primed for success, being pushed right off the bat on the ECW brand with a six month long undefeated streak and winning the ECW World Heavyweight Championship just over five months after his debut. After a successful run in ECW, Swagger was moved to the Raw brand, where he’d win the Money in the Bank ladder match at WrestleMania XXVI, granting him a future World Title shot over the course of that year. “The All-American American”Read More
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Posted On December 5, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: The Rock and the WWE Championship in 2013

It’s time for the latest edition of FATP. Today, I thought I’d take a look at the possible scenarios surrounding The Rock and the WWE Title in 2013. As much as everyone sh*ts on The Rock for only coming back part-time, the fact is that when he’s back, TV ratings and PPV buys spike. Nobody can blame him for moving on from wrestling. I guarantee that any other wrestler would’ve done the same if they’d have had the chance. Do I think he could’ve come back sooner? Yeah, but that’sRead More
WWE Raw General Manager AJ Lee recently spoke with Slam Wrestling. Here are some highlights: Changing roles and becoming GM: “Yeah, I mean, I think you have to grow up in the situation in which you are placed and with the responsibilities, you need to look the part. But I still wear bracelets and I don’t wear high heels, because that would be an injury waiting to happen! So it’s a little bit of both. I like to think that I can combine both worlds together.” Would she want toRead More
The new working idea was for Triple H is to remain out of action until WrestleMania 29 next year. It wasn’t known if that would be the date for the Brock Lesnar rematch or if WWE had scrapped the rematch altogether. Sources now report that the working plan is indeed for Lesnar-HHH II to take place at WrestleMania. Obviously this would nix any plans for Lesnar vs. The Undertaker or Lesnar vs. The Rock. It’s important to note that WrestleMania plans are always being worked on but the match theyRead More
Since SummerSlam, the Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar rematch has been speculated for WWE’s Survivor Series and Hell in a Cell pay-per-views. Now The Wrestling Observer reports that word coming out of RAW was Triple H won’t be wrestling again until WrestleMania 29. No word yet if this means Lesnar’s WrestleMania opponent will be Triple H or if it means they have nixed the rematch altogether. WWE originally didn’t have a Triple H speech planned for RAW this week. Last night’s segment was done because of the crowd reaction theyRead More
- We noted before that it came out Charlie Sheen had a family party the night of SummerSlam that was planned months in advance. While at the party, Sheen was asked about working SummerSlam and joked that it would cost WWE a ton of money to get him to do it. Several WWE sources report that WWE is still interested in getting Sheen to work an angle at a future pay-per-view, possibly WrestleMania 29. – Antonio Cesaro’s WWE United States Title win at SummerSlam was covered as a mainstream storyRead More

Posted On August 21, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Rumor Killer On Steve Austin Wrestling At WrestleMania 29 Or 30

Amid online reports that WWE Hall of Fame “Stone Cold” Steve Austin will be wrestling one final match at either WrestleMania 29 or 30, both Austin and Jim Ross have taken to Twitter to shoot down those rumors. Steve Austin himself re-tweeted a message on Tuesday afternoon that stated, Don’t listen to any dirtsheet or bleacher report! @steveaustinBSR will say if and when he’s wrestling again, and that’s the bottom line. Jim Ross then followed up with a series of Tweets further debunking the rumors: “Sources/’media’ saying @steveaustinBSR will wrestleRead More
Coming out of the SummerSlam weekend events in Los Angeles, word from sources is that Steve Austin will indeed be wrestling one more match with WWE but that match most likely will not take place at WrestleMania 29 in 2013. Austin’s final match isn’t expected to happen until WrestleMania 30 in 2014. The story is that Austin won’t come back for anything but a WrestleMania main event. Those familiar with Austin’s situation note that he’s not physically or mentally ready for the match to take place next year. (Source: PWInsider)Read More
- We noted before that The Rock vs. John Cena II is a strong possibility for WrestleMania 29 next year. Word is that Vince McMahon is the main one who wants the rematch to take place. – Antonio Cesaro vs. Santino Marella for the United States Title was originally considered for the SummerSlam main card but was moved to the pre-show to help bring viewers to the YouTube channel. WWE is looking to build Cesaro up longterm. – Other celebrities in attendance for SummerSlam were LA Angels pitcher CJ WilsonRead More
At last word, the plan was for WWE Champion CM Punk vs. John Cena vs. Big Show to close Sunday’s SummerSlam pay-per-view. There has been discussion of putting the title on Cena and doing Cena vs. The Rock at the Royal Rumble followed by Punk vs. Rock at WrestleMania 29. However, it’s speculated that WWE will end up going with Cena vs. Rock II at WrestleMania. With Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar not scheduled to main event, that could suggest that Lesnar is winning. There may be the feeling thereRead More
CM Punk participated in a Q&A session at the at Wizard World Chicago Comic-Con event on Saturday. Here are some highlights. Retirement: Punk talked about retiring from wrestling. He said that he will be 34 in a few months and that is too old to be able to perform at a high level in professional wrestling. Punk said he won’t be another Triple H or Undertaker. Those two guys are currently older than 40 and still performing in the ring. Punk said when he does retire, he will leave theRead More

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

Complete WWE WrestleMania 29 Travel Package Information

WWE’s most highly anticipated annual celebration is coming to New York/New Jersey on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at MetLife Stadium. Make plans now to be in the center of all the action with exclusive Travel Packages available only on WWE.com. Be a part of the biggest spectacle in live entertainment in one of the most thrilling regions in the world, and experience it in style by purchasing a WrestleMania XXIX Travel Package. Travel Packages will be available starting Monday, August 13, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. ET. You won’t want toRead More
- We had been talking about WWE planning a big summer angle, similar to the Nexus and CM Punk “pipebomb” angles of the past few years. The CM Punk heel turn on RAW 1000 was that long-planned angle. – The Undertaker was said to be very relaxed backstage at RAW 1000. His official return to the storylines is scheduled for Survivor Series in November. – F4Wonline.com reports that The Rock is scheduled to win the WWE Title at the 2013 Royal Rumble pay-per-view and then defend it against John CenaRead More
- Those close to Steve Austin say he likely will not wrestle another match. Austin has had both knee and shoulder surgeries without doing any pro wrestling. Austin’s recent knee surgery would generally keep a wrestler out of action for seven to nine months. Austin would be touch-and-go at best for a WrestleMania 29 match. – “Road Dogg” BG James is being groomed to be a top agent for WWE, partly because of his loyalty to Triple H. – Terry Taylor has been training the intermediate students in WWE developmental.Read More
Dolph Ziggler recently told the Trentonian that he would still like to face off against Zack Ryder at WrestleMania 29 next year in New York despite their TV roles going in different directions. “If I’m World Champion, I’d rather be in the ring with Zack because he worked hard to be there.” Ziggler also talk about his new program with Jericho, who Ziggler said he looked up to as a teenager, Ziggler promoted his heel persona doing all the talking while Jericho remained silent during their first in-ring segment lastRead More

Posted On July 3, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Backstage News On WWE Working On Wade Barrett’s Return

Wade Barrett is ready to return to action and WWE officials are working on how they want to bring him back. Barrett was inline for a major push before he went down with injury several months ago and sources report that he will get that push when he returns. No word yet if Barrett will be at Money in the Bank but the talk a few months back was that he may win the match and then challenge for the World Heavyweight Title. While away with injury, Barrett filmed aRead More
WWE officials continue to toss around ideas for CM Punk’s opponent at WrestleMania 29 in 2013. While Punk still wants the match against WWE Hall of Famer Steve Austin, it may not happen. With WrestleMania 29 several months away, plans can and will change between now and then but WWE wants to have the top matches already in place. Regarding a Punk vs. Austin match happening at WrestleMania 29, the latest word is that it’s “more likely a no than a yes.” PWMania.com Backstage Special: Rare Photo Of Teenage CMRead More

Posted On July 2, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

WWE Interested In Bruno Sammartino To Headline The 2013 HOF

F4Wonline.com reports that WWE officials want Bruno Sammartino to be the headliner for the 2013 Hall of Fame class from the New York City area. WWE has already contacted Sammartino about being inducted but we do not know his response to them yet. Sammartino’s past with WWE is a troubled one. He hasn’t worked with them since the late 1980’s and has been very critical of Vince McMahon and the WWE product over the years. Sammartino has turned down several projects from WWE over the years, declined invitations to showsRead More