CM Punk disagrees with the claim that he never wrestled in the main event of WrestleMania.
Chris Jericho explains that he asked to fight for the Intercontinental championship at WrestleMania 29, but Vince McMahon wanted nothing to do with that idea.
With a new decade of WrestleManias about to start with two shows unlike any before, this Cagesider looked back at the last ten years. See where they 26 - 35 fell, and vote for your favorite!
John Cena and The Rock did something unique twice, according to WWE. According to Historically Significant Disasters of Wrestling, they also left a lot of money on the table by booking them to headline again over a tattooed Chicagoan.
Undertaker's WrestleMania streak is up to 21-0, and while that's an impressive feat WWE can use to its advantage right now, that won't be the case when he retires. That's why this writer is advocating ending the streak, eventually.
According to f4wonline.com, WWE have released its first official estimate of pay-per-view buys for WrestleMania 29, which was 1,048,000 worldwide. Mildly disappointing for a show with both Brock Lesnar and The Rock on it, but not a complete disaster.
After getting injured from his WrestleMania 29 match against John Cena, film Director Micheal Bay would make some comments asking The Rock to "grow up" and "stop wresting 300-pound men". If you didn't catch the video of him saying that, well here is your chance. (Editor's note: As you can see, Bay was clearly joking around. He would later say "Wrestling fans, it was a joke said on Entertainment Tonight--with a laugh. You can see the clip for yourselves. The most important person to see the on-air joke was Dwayne. I love seeing The Rock wrestle. I hope he wrestles 10 more years. I joked on air because Dwayne was not at our LA premiere due to his injury." So that's that.)
WWE has made its first announcement regarding how commercially successful its WrestleMania 29 event was, and the news is good but maybe not as good as the company first hoped.
Well, here's an interesting interview with The Rock in which he clears the air on whether or not he's wrestled his last match, plans in place for a future encounter with Brock Lesnar, and the panic at Monday Night Raw after WrestleMania 29.
After claiming he would simply push through the pain in order to film his next movie, a move that sounded ludicrous, The Rock is now saying he will in fact be getting surgery to repair the injuries he suffered at WrestleMania 29.
Although still undoubtedly a smashing success, it looks possible the WrestleMania 29 buyrate could come in much lower than expected.
In case you missed any of WWE 'Friday Night SmackDown' last night (April 12, 2013), here's a playlist of the entire 'WrestleMania 29' fallout showshow, as released by WWE on its YouTube Channel.
The complete breakdown of the timing of WM 29. Is it really necessary to air about 10 minutes of videos hyping up a main event match that viewers had already spent their money on? Is it okay to devote 7 minutes to a standalone musical performance?
WWE SmackDown returns to the SyFy channel this coming Friday night (Apr. 12) from the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. Spoilers can be found right here.
If The Rock was really only injured and that's why he didn't appear on Monday Night Raw last night (April 8, 2013), why would that cause such a panic backstage with WWE? Here's your answer, or at least the one that's being reported.
In case you missed any of the 'WrestleMania 29' fallout episode of WWE's 'Monday Night Raw' last night (Apr. 8, 2013), we have all the videos you need in one handy playlist; featuring the new World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler, 'Taker, & more!
Now that "WrestleMania 29" is in the books, it's time to take a look at the updated standings in the Cageside Seats Pay-Per-View Pick 'Em Game for the year to date. Are you in the lead this season? Or at the bottom looking up?