Author: Ravi Iyer

Logan Paul’s career-defining performance against Roman Reigns at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia and was excited to see what else he would do in the company, news of his gruesome injuries suffered during the match may have been quite the dampener. It was initially reported by the social media megastar on social media that he had suffered a torn MCL and meniscus, and “potentially” tore his ACL. However, there is some good news for Logan Paul’s fans, as his younger brother, Jake Paul, confirmed recently to DAZN Boxing (h/t WrestlingInc’s Nick Miller) that his brother’s injuries aren’t as bad…

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WrestleVotes recently told Give Me Sport that Triple H was more likely than ever to bring Matt Cardona’s back to WWE if the chance arose. The WWE creative head appreciates the former Zack Ryder’s passion for the business and the fact that he does not hide that he grew up a fan. Hunter is also a fan of Matt Cardona’s post-WWE work on the indies, with WrestleVotes saying: “I’ve heard because he’s done on the indies that Hunter is a fan of his. Cardona is not shy about being a lifelong fan and Hunter likes people that don’t shy away…

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Matt Cardona has been in the news more than usual of late, thanks to speculations that he will be heading back to WWE to work under Triple H. While he may or may not return to the promotion where he became a star, the former Zack Ryder continues to wreak havoc on the indie scene. During a recent chat with WrestlingNews.co, Cardona discussed the NWA, Nick Aldis, a potential bout with Tyrus, and more. When asked about his views on Aldis quitting NWA, he said: “Nick was the face of the company for so many years. He did a great…

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CM Punk’s future has been the subject of great debate ever since his suspension and injury at AEW All Out for his rant at the media scrum and the subsequent backstage fight with The Elite that also involved Ace Steel. It was recently reported that he was a name doing the rounds to (re)join WWE, but many in the promotion were against the idea. However, most of these naysayers, unfortunately, do not have any say in creative or the hiring processes, as per Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Radio, so CM Punk’s could still be back in the Fed.…

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This news is nothing new, and neither has it been under wraps lately. However, there is an update on the future of JONAH, as per the really busy Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio. The veteran journalist revealed that WWE has offered the high-flying big man a contract to return to the promotion he called home for a few years. “JONAH certainly has an offer from WWE and he’s got to make a decision, he’ll either be New Japan or WWE. He got a great push in New Japan, and it’s going to be his call.” JONAH who wrestled as…

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Scotty 2 Hotty may have been one of the attractions of WWE’s Attitude Era alongside his Too Cool brethren, but that was not enough to aid him to escape censure when he share his take on intergender matches on Twitter. As a result, he deleted his account, which doesn’t exist now. The former WWE Tag Team Champion Scotty 2 Hotty took to the bird app to inform promoters that he was not comfortable doing intergender matches as he had a 20-year-old daughter, which prompted backlash from users, which we might say was a tad bit extreme: Many pointed out that…

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Former WWE Superstars let go during the final years of Vince McMahon’s reign have been given new hope under the new management led by Triple H. They have already seen the likes of Karrion Kross, Scarlett, Mia Yim, Dakota Kai, and Bray Wyatt return, and if reports are to be believed, another former performer who has been making waves on the indie scene, Chelsea Green, could be back soon. Ringside News confirmed with a long-time WWE employee that Green “Chelsea Green is already on her way back.” barring any potential last-minute hiccups. the former Impact Knockouts Champion should make her…

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CM Punk has been the talk of the wrestling world almost daily since his fractious suspension from AEW after the whole All Out media scrum and now Ric Flair claims to have heard some info and the resultant backstage fight saga. The fact that he also got injured has just added to speculations about his future in the company and the pro wrestling business itself. The now-infamous “Brawl Out” incident saw Punk, along with The Elite, face suspensions, while Ace Steel was let go by the promotion. Now that Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks are almost back, it only…

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For Vince McMahon, running WWE and its related businesses was all there was to his life for almost five decades. However, after a string of controversies came to light, he called time on his run as the leader of the company, handing over the reins to his daughter Stephanie McMahon, her husband Triple H, and Nick Khan. Apparently, once he left, Vince had to surrender his company cell phone that contained all his work contacts. As a result, it seems that WWE’s employees do not hear much from him, as reported by Sean Sapp from behind Fightful’s paywall. “Those that…

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Ultimo Dragon is a legend in the pro wrestling business, but he had a short, failed stint in WWE in the early 2000s. He spoke to Steve Fall’s Ten Count recently and discussed his time in WWE and WCW. When asked about his rather lukewarm time under Vince McMahon, the Mexican-Japanese legend said through an interpreter: “WWE wanted to change his image and look and remove who he was and remove who he was, so he requested to leave because he wanted to maintain who he was. He stayed. There were no bad terms, but he wanted to be who…

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