Wrestling Gossip – Hulk Hogan, Bellas, Triple H, The Undertaker

4 years ago by Andy Datson

Wrestling Gossip – Hulk Hogan, Bellas, Triple H, The Undertaker

The following is a collection of wrestling gossip, rumors and hearsay currently doing the rounds across the web. Please take most of them with a pinch of salt.

If you have heard any wrestling rumors please send them in to james@wrestletalk.com or andy@wrestletalk.com


Following a tweet from the Chairman of the General Sports Authority in Saudi Arabia, Turki Al-Sheikh, which mentioned Hulk Hogan, many believe he will be making an appearance at WWE Crown Jewel.

Both Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker will appear on Raw next week to continue the build to a tag match between DX and the Brothers of Destruction at Crown Jewel.

Triple H will also likely be backstage in case it is decided that he should make an appearance as well.

Almost half of the six-woman tag match between the Bellas, Natalya and the Riott Squad had to be improvised after Liv Morgan was injured by a botched kick from Brie Bella on Raw.

Indie wrestler and Adam Cole’s (bay bay) other half Britt Baker will be out of action for several weeks after suffering a shoulder injury at an NXT taping.

The latest betting odds make both AJ Styles and Becky Lynch strong favourites in their respective title matches at Super ShowDown.

The Undertaker is slight favourite to beat Triple H in their “last ever match” at the same event. Buddy Murphy is expected to defeat Cedric Alexander in front of a partisan home crowd.

Baron Corbin asked to become a member of the Shield after Raw went off air. Reigns, Ambrose and Rollins then threw him through a table after hitting their finishers.

PWG Battle of Los Angeles winner Jeff Cobb is expected to sign with Ring Of Honor shortly.

205 Live will return to its regular Tuesday post-SmackDown timeslot once the Mixed Match Challenge concludes in December.

The much-anticipated UFC dream match between Brock Lesnar and Jon Jones will take place in the first half of 2019.

The main event talent payoffs for Crown Jewel are expected to be larger than those from WrestleMania

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