WrestleMania 39 is quickly approaching in the WWE and it is an exciting time for the professional wrestling industry.
With the event is just over a week away, while the card is stacked already and news continues to come out ahead of the flagship event.
There’s also been a huge update on the future of some of the biggest stars in the industry.
The rumour mill is hot with some of wrestling’s biggest stars set to make some huge moves within the industry.
Sportsmail rounds up the latest rumours from around the wrestling world.
Randy Orton set for WrestleMania appearance
One of the biggest draws in wrestling is no doubt Randy Orton. However, the star has been out for almost a year as he recovered from a back injury.
Therefore, he looked destined to miss WrestleMania 39, an event that he has been part of since his debut in 2004.
It has now been reported by PW Insider that Orton is scheduled to be at WrestleMania 39 but it is unconfirmed as to whether he will be appearing on camera during the show, or ‘WWE Raw’ on Monday.
Either way, it will be good to see Orton back in the scene after his horrific injury as WrestleMania promises to be an entertaining event.
Randy Orton is set to be at WrestleMania 39 but his role remains unclear for the weekend
Stone Cold Steve Austin regrets never wrestling John Cena
WWE legend Stone Cold Steve Austin has revealed the biggest name that he would regrets not facing in his career.
The 58-year-old remains one of the biggest names to have ever been in the WWE and wishes he wrestled John Cena.
Speaking on the Out of Character podcast, Austin said: ‘Working with him (John Cena) would’ve been a highlight and I had a bunch of highlights and it would’ve been a real special thing because there’s something about John that people get so invested in his matches.
‘He’s a very special talent. It would’ve been great to have a match with him but will it ever happen? No. But I think very highly of John.’
Steve Austin (left) reveals he would have liked to fight ‘very special talent’ John Cena
Rey Mesterio considered retirement at WrestleMania 39
Another legend of wrestling, Rey Mesterio, has reportedly considered retiring at WrestleMania 39 next week.
The 48-year-old has been an icon in the wrestling scene since he made his debut and would have no doubt disappointed fans if he opted to call it quits next weekend.
GiveMeSport reported that it was discussed that Rey Mysterio was going to retire at WrestleMania but that it is now unlikely.
Mysterio is said to be intrigued by the career of his son and this has pushed his plans to retire back as he enters the WWE Hall of Fame next weekend despite being an active wrestler.
Rey Mysterio considered retirement but will remain active, alongside his son Dominik (left)
Kofi Kingston surgery success
Kofi Kingston suffered an injury on Friday Night SmackDown recently and revealed that he would need to undergo surgery before wrestling again.
The 41-year-old has since provided an update on his surgery, stating that it ‘went well’.
He took to Instagram to write: ‘Surgery went very well! Of course I had to FaceTime the boyzzz upon regaining consciousness… very little recollection of the conversation, lol.
‘Thanks to everybody who sent me a message! I appreciate it more than you know! I’m home now. Let the road to recovery begin!’
Latest on WrestleMania 39
With just over a week to WrestleMania 39, the two main events appear to have been mafr official.
As reported by Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online, Charlotte Flair will take on Rhea Ripley while Seth Rollins vs Logan Paul and Roman Reigns vs Cody Rhodes is also on the cards.
There will no doubt be plenty of entertainment for wrestling fans to sink their teeth into, with just nine days remaining until WrestleMania 39.