WWE Rumors: Examining Latest Buzz Around Undertaker, Sting and More
December 17, 2014 - WWE
WWE doesn’t seem to have an Undertaker and Sting collision during WrestleMania in mind.
Instead, The Deadman has a younger predator watchful for him on a horizon. An refurbish of those skeleton headlines a latest collection of WWE rumors. As for Sting, a usually thing certain about him is what a association wants everybody to call him.
In other rumors, WWE looks to be putting a earthy Hall of Fame together, and Shelton Benjamin dispels word that he’s headed back.
We start with a former story. Although WWE hasn’t done an announcement, there’s justification that it is doing a grounds on a Hall of Fame that fans can visit.
Hall of Fame
According to F4WOnline (h/t WrestlingInc) WWE is reportedly operative on a earthy Hall of Fame in a Orlando, Florida, area.
For now, a WWE Hall of Fame consists of an annual rite and an epitome idea. Fans can’t ramble a halls looking during busts of Andre a Giant and Bob Backlund. That might shortly change.
American Top Team co-founder Dan Lambert told MMAFighting.com that WWE acquired Bruno Sammartino’s aged WWWF universe pretension from him. He pronounced a following:
That was substantially my best belt, though when WWE motionless to do their brick-and-mortar Hall of Fame they wanted a belt so bad for their HOF. And a man that got it for me, he creates their belts. So they were like, hey, we unequivocally need this belt. So we gave it to them and they gave me a integrate of other belts in return.
Unless Lambert somehow misinterpreted because officials wanted that pretension from him, WWE is quietly gathering pivotal pieces for an tangible Hall of Fame.
There is no word on how prolonged that routine would take. The fact that officials haven’t pronounced anything publicly suggests it’s a plan in a beginning stages.
Hopefully by a time it is erected Randy Savage will have taken his legitimate place among a inductees.
Sting is not The Icon, The Stinger or The Franchise. At slightest not in WWE.
Fans might have beheld that Seth Rollins, Dolph Ziggler and others have referred to him as The Vigilante. That is no accident.
Dave Meltzer reported on Wrestling Observer Radio (h/t WrestleZone) that WWE has released a gauge for Superstars and announcers to use a “Vigilante” nickname whenever referring to Sting. Meltzer records that there are no exceptions.
WWE‘s enterprise to put a possess hold on Sting is understandable. He’s too timeless to change his name altogether or change his gimmick, though a association doesn’t wish to only rehash who he was during WCW or TNA.
Now that his nickname is settled, a doubt that stays concerns what WWE has designed for him. Of march a healthy rivalry of a vigilante is authority.
The World’s Greatest Tag Team Update
Don’t get out your aged World’s Great Tag Team T-shirts only yet. Despite a rumblings invading a Internet, Benjamin and Charlie Haas aren’t formulation a WWE comeback.
Rumors of Benjamin creation his approach behind held glow when outlets such as DailyDDT.com noted that WWE had re-filed a heading for Benjamin’s name, per Rob Wolkenbrod.
When asked directly about those rumors in an talk with Title Match Wrestling, Benjamin let down all a fans holding out wish that The Gold Standard was set to react WWE.
He didn’t contend he was opposite to a idea, though in his difference he now has “no skeleton of going behind to WWE.”
What about all a rumors we review over a past weeks? Benjamin says, “They are only rumors.”
Undertaker vs. Bray Wyatt Update
Wyatt might get a event that many approaching Sting to get. A compare pitting The Eater of Worlds opposite The Undertaker during WrestleMania 31 is rumored to be in a works.
According to F4WOnline (h/t Marc Middleton of WrestlingInc), that hitch is by no means a lock, though WWE is move with a thought that it needs to build adult Wyatt for that match.
That would explain Wyatt defeating Dean Ambrose during TLC. It does not, however, explain because WWE chose to have that feat come by approach of bursting TV.
If Wyatt is indeed a subsequent man to take on The Phenom during WrestleMania, WWE has some work to do. His argument with John Cena didn’t rouse him as most as it should have, and knocking off an aging Chris Jericho is not accurately a career-maker.
He needs large wins, though they can’t be a outcome of flukes like we saw during TLC.