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  1.                                                             Court records indicate that former WWE developmental and Impact Wrestling star Trenesha Daniyall Biggers aka Rhaka Khan, 37, is scheduled to stand trial on Friday 8/7 at 8 AM before the 409th District Court in El Paso, Texas on charges of interference with child custody and "aggravated kidnapping facilitate".  Biggers is being represented by a public defender. Biggers was indicted on the charges in August 2019, leading to her being listed as one of El Paso’s most wanted fugitives after failing to appear in court. There are two court instances where her no-shows led to her bail being revoked. She was finally arraigned in December 2019.  The trial was originally set for this past April but was later pushed back to August. In the State of Texas, interference with child custody is when someone "takes or retains a child when that person knows that the taking or retention of the child violates a judgment or order."  It is considered a state jail felony and can be punishable by up to two years in prison.    Court records indicate Biggers is also slated for a status conference on Thursday 8/13 before El Paso County Court on another charge where she has been charged with interfering in public duties related to a charge filed against her in 2017. Biggers had yet another charge of interfering with public duties filed against her on 11/13/19 by the El Paso County Clerk, but there are no available court records on where that charge stands.   In April 2019, Biggers was also arrested for possession of marijuana in El Paso but that case was dismissed in June 2019. Bigger last wrestled in 2011 for the now-defunct Lucha Libre USA promotion, which aired on MTV.  Biggers was part of the 2005 WWE Diva Search and was signed to a developemental contract after failing to make it past the top 25 contestants in the search.  She was sent to Deep South Wrestling but was released in May 2006.  She worked for a number of independent promotions and in Japan before signing with Impact Wrestling in 2008, departing that promotion in 2009.  She worked for Lucha Libre USA in 2010 and 2011. Source: https://www.pwinsider.com/ViewArticle.php?id=137529
  2.                                                  Former WWE and IMPACT star Gail Kim took to Twitter earlier today to comment on Alexa Bliss’s recent interview with FOX, where Bliss says she respected the women who performed in bra and panties matches even though she’d never do them herself. Kim, who was apart of WWE during that era, tells Bliss, “Never looked at it that way. I just have to say out loud that this along with some other gimmick matches similar in nature were some of the most traumatic moments of my life that I have to live with, feeling like I never had a choice.” When the Expose Twitter account, which has been a major component in the #SpeakingOut movement, responded to Kim calling what WWE did “an abuse of power,”she wrote back the following: “Abuse of power is correct. Then I was told even though I won (which means i get to stay decent), I had to strip to please the audience. Now I have to live with these memories and pictures. I have to live with shame. Not them.” Former Women of Honor champion Kelly Klein would then jump into the conversation. She retweeted Kim’s original post and added, “I have so much respect and appreciation for women who were put in this position. Say “no” (as is your right as an independent contractor), risk being labeled as difficult to work with. Do it, & you’re labeled “popcorn match”, not real wrestlers.” Kim then responded to Klein with, “Yes. Please say no to things you don’t feel comfortable with. You ARE an independent contractor.” Check it out below. Thoughts?
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    Jayce D'Arcy
  4.                    Former WWE Superstar Sarah Logan announced on Instagram this week that she has stepped away from pro wrestling. Logan was released from WWE back in mid-April as a part of the company-wide cuts brought on by COVID-19. Her husband Erik is still employed and is on the RAW roster. You can see Logan’s full IG post below: Thoughts?
  5.                                       Former WWE Hardcore Champion, Terri Runnels recently appeared on KEE on Sports podcast where she talked about Sable and her husband Brock Lesnar. When talking about the former Women’s Champion Sable, Terri said she lost all respect for her once she found out she didn’t care for her daughter: Source: https://bvmbshelled.com/2020/06/23/terri-runnels-accuses-brock-lesnar-of-sexual-harassment-says-she-doesnt-respect-him-or-sable/ thoughts?
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    Remember Abraham Washington? This is how he looks today.
  7. RIP Former WWE Superstar Chloe

    R.I,P. legend Chloe
  8. oops, I accidentally posted  Oops, I made a mistake by creating this thread in the wrong news section. Mods, please fix this.
  9.                    WWE superstar Mustafa Ali recently spoke to Sports Illustrated to discuss the murder of George Floyd and the problems with the criminal justice system, using his time as a cop in Chicago as reference. Highlights from the interview are below. Says that Floyd was murdered: Source: https://www.si.com/wrestling/2020/06/12/wwe-mustafa-ali-police-brutality-black-lives-matter?utm_source=twitter.com&xid=socialflow_twitter_si&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sinow King!
  10.                    Nia Jax has a shot at Asuka’s Raw Women’s Championship this Sunday at Backlash to cap a night and day past 12 months. The former RAW Women’s champion – who won the title from Alexa Bliss at WrestleMania 34 – had double knee surgery after WrestleMania 35 and did not return until the night after WrestleMania 36. However, since she’s been back, Jax has been in the thick of the action in the RAW Women’s division – defeating Natalya and Charlotte Flair for the chance to face Asuka this Sunday. Jax has also made headlines for a couple of incidents with Kairi Sane during their matches on RAW that left her Japanese counterpart either hurt or lucky not to have been. talkSPORT caught up with Jax ahead of Backlash and we dived into that criticism as well as her own injury issues. Hi Nia! Talk to us about how excited you are to have a big opportunity on pay-per-view this Sunday against somebody as talented as Asuka? Source: https://talksport.com/sport/wrestling/716409/nia-jax-kairi-sane-asuka-wwe-fans/ Thoughts?
  11.                    There’s now speculation on former TNA Knockouts Champion Taylor Wilde possibly returning to Impact Wrestling. Wilde began the speculation this week when she tweeted fan art from her time in TNA. She captioned the photo with, “Stay tuned……” Wilde then re-tweeted a photo of she and Sarah Stock with the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Titles and wrote, “Sounds like the roster needs some OG’s @SSDarkAngel [face with monocle emoji]” Wilde, who was signed to a WWE developmental deal from 2006-2007, is a one-time Knockouts Champion and a two-time Knockouts Tag Team Champion. She left TNA in 2010 and then retired from the business in February 2011. She went to school to become a firefighter in 2011 and has worked as a professional firefighter since 2015. You can see her related tweets below:    
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    Flashback: Tino vs Hugo  
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    I miss Tino