Sunday, March 20, 2016

WWE Rumors: Yet Another Huge Surprise Planned Before ‘WrestleMania 32’

Leading up to WrestleMania 32, there have been a number of big surprises from WWE. Some of them have been huge, such as the return of Shane McMahon and the debut of Sami Zayn, while others have slid under the radar as smaller occurrences. With two weeks remaining until the huge Pay-Per-View on April 3, it looks as if WWE isn’t done and there is going to be at least one more big surprise coming fans’ way.
Now, it’s not entirely known what this surprise will be or when it is going to happen, but it appears as if something is coming as Cageside Seats reports.
“Apparently WWE has at least one more big surprise planned before WrestleMania 32.”
The biggest surprise, by far, is the return of Shane McMahon to WWE as he has been absent from television since 2010. Seeing him come back was a huge shock, and no one thought that he would show up on Monday Night Raw a couple weeks ago.
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After that, he was thrown into a huge match at WrestleMania 32 which pits him against The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell. If Shane is able to pull out the victory, he will gain control of Monday Night Raw, which is said to be him taking control of WWE. Since then, there are a number of rumors and fantasy scenarios that have popped up. Some think that Shane-O Mac is bringing in a mercenary to fight his battle for him, and the names of Bill Goldberg and CM Punk have come out of nowhere, but there is nothing behind them.
The next week, there was yet another surprise and it was the re-debut of Sami Zayn on the main roster of WWE.
sami zayn return nxt wwe rumors Zayn had wrestled on the main roster before as he took on John Cena, and it ended up leading to an injury that took him out of action for months. Now, he’s made his full-time main roster debut and is getting right into a program with Kevin Owens for the Intercontinental Title.
Around the same time, Mick Foley made a return to WWE and it wasn’t just for a cheap reason. He actually got involved in a big-time feud going on between Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar as they head to their No Holds Barred Street Fight at WrestleMania 32.
Sportsrageous reported that Mick Foley was going to make a huge announcement of some kind. While he did sort of “pass the torch” to Ambrose, there could be something bigger coming.
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As reported earlier by Inquisitr, there are a number of big-time legends that will be appearing at WrestleMania 32 and their roles may now be known. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and The Rock will likely have roles that are fun, but not entirely affecting storylines. Now, Shawn Michaels may end up having a bigger role than either of those two legends. No, he won’t be wrestling, but he could take part in the main event. Rumors have had him landing as the special guest referee for the WWE World Heavyweight Title Match between Triple H and Roman Reigns.
That’s not confirmed yet, but it is a very good possibility for what this new surprise could end up being.
AJ Styles has debuted. Shinsuke Nakamura will make his company debut at NXT Takeover: Dallas. Perhaps the former Bullet Club members, Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows will show up, but they’re not supposed to arrive on the scene until after WrestleMania.
Vince McMahon and WWE want WrestleMania 32 to be absolutely huge, but some big injuries over the past couple of months have hindered the original setup. Plans are still in place for a gigantic event, but names from the past, debuts, and surprises are needed. Rumor has it more are coming.


Why Dolph Ziggler Shouldn’t Have A WrestleMania 32 Match, Is This The Best Chris Jericho We’ve Seen?, Grade The Last WWE Raw

Dolph Ziggler

Shane Shoemaker wrote a new blog for on why Dolph Ziggler not having a WrestleMania match is OK. Here’s a sample:
I believe Dolph will still have a match at WrestleMania, but there’s very good reason why he shouldn’t.
Since Shane McMahon returned and vowed to change RAW, he mentioned such things as pushing new stars and those that had been kept from being elevated. The first person that came to mind was the Internet darling himself, Dolph Ziggler.
For years, in a far, far second behind Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler has been the IWC’s favorite wrestler to complain about in regards to his placement on the roster. He’s been pushed, de-pushed — as Jim Ross has stated before, “He’s had more false starts than the Oakland Raiders.” Although I’m not sure how much that statement holds true now in regards to the team in city on the bad side of the bay.
For the past two weeks on RAW, Dolph has been given some significant TV time and in particular given attention by The Authority. Whether his tweet that he was asked to delete was a work or shoot is moot at this point, but it should be noted that Dolph has been given some significance again, even if fans don’t think he has.
For starters, Triple H made Dolph look like a million bucks on Monday night. But I think the whole point was that Dolph didn’t have to win and that maybe there’s a bigger part of the story on why he didn’t win, besides Triple H merely being the reigning WWE champion.
CLICK HERE for the booking of what he does do at WM 32.

Chair Shot Reality Video

This segment of CSR is Heel or Face talking is this the best of Chris Jericho, WrestleMania plans and grade last week’s RAW.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016


WRESTLEMANIA 32 may be the thirty-second annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event created by WWE. It will take place on April 3, 2016, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It is anticipated having over 100,000 people attending.


WrestleMania is known as WWE's flagship event, being previously described because Super Bowl of sports entertainment.[2]

On January 20, 2015, WWE announced that WrestleMania 32 will be held on the AT&T Stadium from the city of Arlington on April 3, 2016.[3] On October 13, vacation holidays for WrestleMania 32 took sale, which included tickets to WrestleMania, accommodation accommodation, along with other activities including WrestleMania Axxess, the NXT TakeOver: Dallas, the 2016 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, plus the next Raw; the least expensive package cost $575 per person.[4] On November 6, individual tickets proceeded sale through Ticketmaster, with prices including $18 to $1,180.[4] WrestleMania are going to be available for absolve to new subscribers on WWE's monthly subscription service, the WWE Network.[5]

The event would be the third WrestleMania being held within the state of Texas after 2001 and 2009, and also the first to take place within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area.[6] There are five official theme songs for that event, "My House" by Flo Rida, "Hello Friday" by Flo Rida featuring Jason Derulo, "Hail to your King" by Avenged Sevenfold, "Sympathy for that Devil" by Motörhead and "Oh No" by Goodbye June.

Forbes has speculated that WrestleMania 32 could break the WWE wrestling attendance record of 93,173 set at WrestleMania III for the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. This record stood because highest attendance for virtually any indoor event prior to the 2010 NBA All-Star Game, also held at AT&T Stadium, drew 108,713.[7]

CNET wrote that WrestleMania 32 will feature the "culmination" of "the biggest story in WWE", that's "establishing Roman Reigns because top babyface, the protagonist who could be the face on the company for -- if WWE does have it's way -- your next decade." "For earlier times two years, WWE may be moving heaven and earth" to try to get Reigns for the "level of recognition" of "names like Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and John Cena", but "its toughest opponent" may be the "wrestling audience" which started a "fan rebellion" next to WWE's support of Reigns, with fans preferring Dean Ambrose instead.[8] The A.V. Club concurred that "WWE features a serious Roman Reigns problem", on account of "basically nobody needing to see Roman Reigns from the main event" of WrestleMania

WrestleMania 32 Roles For The Social Outcasts, WWE's Scott Hall Documentary, Jake Roberts On Snakes

In the video above, WWE Hall of Famer Jake "The Snake" Roberts talks about how his "Snake" gimmick came to be. Jake says the gimmick took him to the top but it was tough for him because he was terrified of snakes and still is. Jake says he came up with the idea for the gimmick while stoned one night.
- As noted, WWE will release their "Living on a Razor's Edge: The Scott Hall Story" DVD and Blu-ray on July 5th. reports that the set will include a documentary that has a runtime of approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. There will also be documentary-like "Extras" included in the set.
- The first names for the third annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 32 have been confirmed - Heath Slater, Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel and Adam Rose. The Social Outcasts said they're looking to win the match as a team.
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