As we look forward to another week it's time to look back at the week that has just ended and talk about the biggest news of the week. Even though Drew McIntyre challenging Brock Lesnar is big news it is also something we saw coming during the Royal Rumble or at least could've predicted so there really isn't anything more to talk about on that front at least right now.
One story I found interesting this week was according to both Fightful and Ringside news the WWE is trying to curb information from being leaked to dirt-sheets. During meetings at the Performance Center this week WWE informed talent of the new I guess they'd be called requests considering talent obviously still spoke with a dirt sheet. In my opinion, if this allows for more surprises to take place without information leaking out the nit would be a good thing, because it would allow for WWE to bring surprises back to programming and could make programs more interesting.
Two matches have been officially announced for AEW's upcoming PPV Revolution set for Saturday February 29 from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, IL. The two matches set for the event so far are AEW World Champion Chris Jericho defending his title against Jon Moxley and Cody vs MJF in a grudge match. I for one didn't expect Cody and MJF to have a match at this event, but even though they're having the first match of the feud it doesn't mean it should be or will be the blow-off.