WWE fans, good morning!
There are few things in life more difficult to tackle than a Monday at the beginning of a long working week, but you can take comfort in the fact that there’s plenty of interesting wrestling news doing the rounds.
It’s our job to siphon through that news and put it all in one easy-on-the-eye round-up. Read on below for all the latest.
Triple H v The Rock
The WWE are pushing forward with their plans to have Triple H face off against The Rock at next year’s Wrestlemania, with the latter not a viable opponent to fight Brock Lesnar as a result.
Rumours had inferred The Rock might face Lesnar after both The Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin were ruled out, but, according to reports, the plan is to have him fight Triple H instead.
At least that’s what Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio thinks, and we’re inclined to agree with him out of excitement alone.
Moving on, Jeff Hardy could be about to make an astonishing return to the WWE having been ‘fired’ from TNA.
In this week’s episode of TNA, Ethan Carter relinquished the services of Hardy because he refused to attack his brother Matt.
As a result rumours insist he could head back to Vince McMahon’s organisation, perhaps with his brother for one more showdown with the Dudley Boyz.
Last but not least, Seth Rollins has set a new record in the WWE after cashing in his Money in the Bank contract for 184 days.
Rollings has been World Heavyweight Champion since cashing in his contract at WrestleMania 31 and pips The Miz, who held the title for 160 days after cashing in.