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  1. Wrestling's Sexiest Men | NSFW

    Who is the guy on the left?
  2. Former three-time Divas Champion Eve Torres sat down with DS Shin from Ring the Belle and discussed her top five fan voted moments of her career. Eve started her career as a Diva Search contestant where she was crowned the winner in 2007. From there she began her training as she was completely green coming into it. During the interview, Eve relished in the fact that the list that was put together was definitely the peaks of her career. One match, in particular, was a surprise match when Eve was inserted into the Divas Title match at the Royal Rumble in 2011. What was originally a handicap match for Natalya‘s title between her and LayCool turned into a Fatal 4-way. “It was a surprise to me too. Literally that morning, I find out and I’m like, ‘Oh my gosh, okay this is happening.’ And you don’t always know the reasons why things turn out the way they did, but I’m glad it did. It was a part of my career, it was a really meaningful match and there were some meaningful stories that were going on for that time.” Another top moment on the countdown was Eve finally turning heel. For the first half of Eve’s career she was baby face. She felt that once she turned heel she found her element and that is when she really started to enjoy what she was exuding. “Turning heel was so much fun for me. I was so over being a babyface. I was like no one’s buying this. Let’s just get over it! And having a meaningful story that people connected with a good babyface like Zack Ryder to work with. This was everything to me, and I really started having fun with wrestling.” Eve’s exit from WWE was during a time where she seemed like she was at the top of her game. It was quite a surprise to many that after she lost her third title reign to Kaitlyn, she quit. She had the following to say about her exit: “I honestly felt like there was a ceiling for me that I was not able to break. We’ve come so far. Where the women’s division is now if you had told me when I was there that women were gonna headline WrestleMania. I would have said, ‘get out of here. That’s never gonna happen.’ I felt like I was being controlled by other things that weren’t just me or my skill set or my work ethic, and I didn’t like that.” Speaking of Kaitlyn, Eve was supposed to win a number one contender Battle Royal that ended up not happening due to a slip-up. As a result, Kaitlyn won. This allowed their feud to get heated and eventually lead to their feud. “Sometimes the best stories come from mistakes. It was basically a botched spot where I was supposed to win and she did. She won the battle royal, and I was in tears afterward. I was like, ‘oh my god I ruined everything.’ But honestly, it created a more interesting story. Had that not happened, it probably would have been a very cookie-cutter Women’s Title experience. It just made it more interesting. So in hindsight, I’m so glad that happened.” Kaitlyn was the one that took down Eve’s third title reign, but it was a fight to make that happen. She wanted to make an impression and go out by passing the torch. In the end she wanted the title to mean something, and didn’t want to just go out not defending it. “I told them that I was gonna be moving on from WWE. At the time, they were not investing in women’s stories, and it was gonna be one of those things where I just went away. One thing I wanted when I left was to make this Divas Championship mean something a little bit more than what it did. And to pass that on [to Kaitlyn], I had to work very hard for that. I fought for that moment because they weren’t gonna give it to us. I wanted this title to matter, I wanted women’s wrestling to matter. And it’s a drop in the bucket of where we’re at now, but for me, it was really meaningful that I was finally able to pass something on. That was just special to me.” Eve comments that she is still a fan of the product and highly invested in the current women within the company. Earlier she mentioned how she felt she wasn’t able to break the glass ceiling. However, one person she would love to get into the ring with has and that is Becky Lynch. “I am obsessed with the women’s roster right now. There are great talents, but there are so many different characters that I’m just loving. Obviously, I love Becky Lynch. She’s The Man, right? So I would love to face her if I came back. If I stopped having kids, then maybe that will happen.” To watch the full interview, simply click on the video in the header. Source:  http://www.diva-dirt.com/2020/03/21/eve-torres-fought-to-pass-the-divas-championship-on-to-kaitlyn/ Eve is such a class act, I wish she would’ve stuck around just a little longer. Hope she makes a future rumble appearance.
  3.                                                  During an appearance on 411’s podcast, Gail Kim discussed being disappointed with her last WWE run, how she felt about her storyline with Daniel Bryan and more. Here are the highlights: On Being Disappointed With Her WWE Run: Thoughts?
  4.        Tegan is a cute girl, and talented no doubt, but her character is boring and her moveset isn't interesting at all. Her character is basically a girl overcoming her injuries. She was tolerable when she was Dakota's tag partner, but as a solo star, I'm not feeling her at all. Should WWE stop giving her this sympathy push? Should WWE stop trying to make her happen?
  5. Charlotte's successor? Here for it! 
  6. Kelly Kelly may work a part-time WWE schedule

    I hope she returns to end Charlotte and Becky Lynch 
  7.                                  Impact World Champion Tessa Blanchard hosted a conference call with the media today and was asked by Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp about the controversial allegations of racism & disrespect made during the same weekend that she won the title from Sami Callihan at Hard To Kill last month. Tessa said she chose to step away fro social media for a little while because of what was going on. She added that she knows everyone isn’t going to like her. Tessa did admit to facing challenges and making mistakes in the past. “I’ve never used a racial slur of any kind,” she added. “It’s just not in my heart, it’s not something that I’ve done. It’s not something that I will do. It’s just not true. “Some people, they look at social media and someone will make an accusation, someone will say something, and then everyone hops on the bandwagon. We’ve all got our own stories. There’s a side of everyone’s life that’s public and there’s a part that’s private. There’s a part that’s for all the world to see and can be judged by anyone that’s actually interested in it, and it’s very unfortunate that some people resort to saying certain things, but it’s just not true.” She continued, “To see your coworkers and to see your peers say things about you, some things that are just not true about you, it did hit me very hard, but I’m the kind of person who has extreme mental strength.” Tessa also explained that she used the recent controversy to push herself to be her best version that weekend, so she could be a role model to young girls and other young wrestlers. “Not everyone is gonna like you. I’m going to build my own legacy based on my work ethic, not by trying to win some popularity contest,” she said. You can hear the full audio below and the comments on the allegations begin at around 37:00.
  8.                      Essence recently spoke with Naomi, Bianca Belair and Ember Moon for Black History Month. Belair talked about how she was a gifted athlete with the intellect to match, but she found that being a black girl on a mission to greatness was often met with resistance. “I was always the bigger, muscular girl. Growing up, I was always told what I needed to look like to perform best and be accepted,” Belair said. “I knew that I was naturally smart, talented, and athletic, but was often told to tone it down and not be as ambitious. So, I felt like I needed to shrink myself to soothe other people’s insecurities.” Moon said she believes pro wrestling created a receptive community for being an “out-of-the-box black girl” with interests in rock music, gaming, comic books, and of course pro wrestling. She recalled getting her first pop from a pro wrestling crowd. “I remember having a match and the crowd erupted for me. It gave me goosebumps but also made me wonder, ‘Are they cheering for me?’ It made me swell with such pride that even though I’m the one in the ring, doing the moves, to have other people feel that elation, there’s no feeling like it in the world,” Moon recalled. Naomi revealed that her “Feel The Glow” tagline comes from the 1985 martial arts comedy, The Last Dragon. The movie told the story of Bruce Leeroy, and Naomi said she was always inspired by his story. “I was always inspired by the story of Bruce Leeroy and how he didn’t initially believe in himself but the glow and the power was in him the whole time,” Naomi said. “He just needed to believe it. It reminded me of so many spaces I’ve been in where I was ‘the only’ and felt like I needed to adapt to what everyone else was doing instead of just walking to the beat of my own drum.” Moon also commented on why African-American women have true representation in WWE. “It’s nice to walk into a locker room as you’re not the only African-American woman there,” Moon said. “It’s a beautiful thing. And we are all so different even though we are from the same culture. And that’s true representation.” Source: https://www.essence.com/feature/black-women-wwe/
  9.                     Sasha Banks appeared on WWE’s “After The Bell” podcast with Corey Graves and was asked about her injury that has been speculated on as of late. The Boss claimed she’s suffering from an ankle injury, which she blamed on Lacey Evans tripping her backstage a few weeks back during SmackDown. Banks, who seemed to be in-character at times, claimed she can “barely walk OK” and said it’s terrible. Banks said she’s the kind of person who wants to be 125%, but right now she’s just at 100%, and needs to be at 120%, so that’s unacceptable. She added that she’s taking her time so she can be “bigger and better than ever.” Banks also praised NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley and said she’d like to wrestle her. “I really loved Rhea Ripley. She came and attacked us a couple times before Survivor Series and I think I had a three-way and a tag match maybe with her and I felt like we had a good chemistry so I’d love to have singles match and she’s the NXT Women’s Champion for a reason,” Banks said. Regarding her friend and SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley, Banks talked about how she’s really enjoying the new heel version of the champ. “Legit the best. When I came back, I came back really refreshed and I came back really wanting to have fun this time around and like it’s the best feeling in the world just to do something standing next to somebody you really love and that loves the same thing that you do,” Banks said. “We just seen this Bayley with a hugger for so many years and I really love when she turned and took that chair and slammed Becky over the back of it and just to feel that reaction from the fans we were just like, ‘No way, did that really just happen?'”
  10. On a recent episode of “Grilling JR”, Jim Ross spoke on whether he pushed women of the WWE to get breast implants. Here’s what he had to say: Source:  https://411mania.com/wrestling/jim-ross-breast-implants-ludvig-borga-nazi-tattoo/
  11.                    WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley recently spoke with talkSPORT and expressed interest in locking up with her good friend Sash Banks at WrestleMania 36. It should be noted that the interview was done before Sunday’s WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view, which saw Bayley retain her title over Lacey Evans. Banks was scheduled to be in the 30-Woman Royal Rumble Match at one point, but she was pulled over the weekend and there have been rumors & speculation on The Boss suffering from another injury of some kind. Bayley praised Banks and said they deserve to main event WrestleMania after the interviewer pointed out how fans have never gotten the Banks vs. Bayley featured pay-per-view match that they want, and asked if that is still a goal for the two blue brand Superstars. “Not my fault!,” Bayley said on fans not getting the pay-per-view match. “I would love to, I would love to. She is obviously the best ever, in my opinion. The best to ever do it. But, I guess, if her ankle is OK for the Rumble on Sunday after what Lacey Evans did to her on SmackDown, I would love to see her win the Royal Rumble match. Then I could go on and beat Lacey and maybe we could have that big old main event that we deserve [at WrestleMania].” Bayley talked again about a potential match with Banks when asked if there are any matches or goals she wants to work towards as we’re now on The Road to WrestleMania 36. Bayley also said she’d be interested in doing a Fatal 4 Way of Four Horsewomen with herself, Banks, Charlotte Flair, and RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch. She also said she’d like to see the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles, currently held by Asuka and Kairi Sane, featured on The Grandest Stage of Them All. “Obviously, myself and Sasha would be an awesome WrestleMania match,” Bayley said. “And I would love to test myself now against Sasha Banks now. We’ve had many many matches in the past but I feel like we’re both at a different level right now so I’d love to be pit against each other. I’d love a fatal-four-way with the Four Horsewomen – Myself, Sasha, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair – and a goal not involving me or involving me, I’d love to see the Women’s Tag Titles being featured on the WrestleMania card because we…worked hard for those things! And I still believe in them and I want to see it.” Bayley also expressed disappointment in her WrestleMania 34 experience back in 2018. She was asked about being put in the inaugural WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal instead of facing Banks at the big event that year. Banks and Bayley had told the interviewer that year that they didn’t think they’d get the time to tell their story if they’d gotten the match booked anyway. She was asked if her spot on the WrestleMania 33 card was tough to take. That 20-Woman Battle Royal in New Orleans saw Naomi win by last eliminating Bayley. “Yes [it was disappointing]. I mean, you always want to be in a marquee match on the card, especially at WrestleMania. So that was a little rough,” Bayley admitted. She then mentioned her WrestleMania 33 win to retain her RAW Women’s Title in the Fatal 4 Way with Flair, Banks and Nia Jax. Bayley continued and said she really can’t be mad at the WrestleMania 34 situation as she and Banks became the first-ever WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions at Elimination Chamber 2019 by defeating 5 other teams inside the Chamber. “But, if you go back to my first WrestleMania, I went in as RAW Women’s Champion and I defeated Charlotte [Flair], Nia [Jax] and Sasha. And following after the battle royal [at WrestleMania 34] we became the first-ever Women’s tag Team champions. So, I would say I can’t be too mad at it. I also would have won the battle royal if Naomi wasn’t hiding under the ring!” There’s no word yet on what WWE has planned for Bayley on The Road to WrestleMania 36 after retaining over Evans at the Royal Rumble this past weekend. Women’s Royal Rumble winner Charlotte Flair will not challenge Bayley for her title as she is reportedly facing WWE NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley in Tampa this April. Source: https://talksport.com/sport/wrestling/660811/bayley-sasha-banks-wwe/
  12.                                                         Production has began on a new movie about WWE Hall of Famer “Chyna” Joanie Laurer. The press release issued today noted that this is the only “official and authorized” feature-length documentary on the former WWE Women’s Champion and former WWE Intercontinental Champion, authorized by her estate and her mother, Jan LaQue. “My daughter, Joanie Laurer, led a remarkable life. I am excited to partner with a production team who is passionate about telling her true life’s story, not just the parts that played out in the ring or the tabloids.” Jan said. “To that end I have selected a woman producer to work with who understands that the public only knows a small bit of Joanie’s story. I want to restore her legacy, a legacy that has been tarnished by others. Joanie deserves this and so do her true fans.” Chyna passed away on April 17, 2016 at the age of 46. She was found dead at her home in Redondo Beach, California. An autopsy later ruled that Chyna died from an accidental overdose of alcohol combined with anxiety drugs, painkillers, and a sleeping aid. Below is the full press release on the project, with comments from Producer Erin Hayes and more:  
  13. Dana Brooke signs new WWE contract

                        Dana Brooke recently spoke with Sports Illustrated and revealed that she recently signed a new five-year contract with WWE. Brooke was asked about being on the main roster since 2016, after starting with WWE NXT in 2013, and how she plans to stand out in WWE. “You have to make the most of any time you are given, and any opportunity I’m given, whether it was as Charlotte Flair’s protégé, standing up against Ronda Rousey, being the statistician of Titus Worldwide, I want to show my range,” Brooke said. “I’m willing to embrace anything that is thrown my way. Coming into 2020 and transitioning onto SmackDown, it’s a fresh start for me. “I just signed a new five-year deal in WWE, and part of my goal is to build my own personal brand. And women empowerment is a key in the success of my career and a key for WWE. We can do what the male wrestlers have done over the years, and now women are finally being given that chance. That also means that I get the chance to show what I can do, and I really believe that 2020 is going to be the year that people see a different side of me.” Brooke also talked about starting her own fashion line and her “Play Time Is Over” makeup line. She said she wants to eventually own an all-in-one fitness facility for women with a clothing boutique. Brooke ran a boutique before signing with WWE. “I fell in love with fashion a long time ago and enhancing a woman’s beauty,” Brooke said. “A big goal for me is to remind women that they can achieve whatever they work toward. It’s OK to fail, because you can learn from that. But quitting is an entirely different mindset. Women are constantly told, ‘You can’t do this.’ The world needs women and men that are constantly reaching for their goals. Parents and single parents who still chase their goals. Finding time for that extra workout, or going back to school for a class. “That’s why I am pushing myself with my makeup line, Play Time is Over. It’s designed for girls and women who want to enhance their beauty and feel pretty with that extra little sparkle. Eventually I want to own an all-in-one fitness facility called “All About You.” It will be a gym, hair salon, makeup, and a clothing boutique in the front.” We’ve noted how Brooke recently had Twitter exchanges with 2020 WWE Hall of Famer Batista, which is apparently leading to a date between the two during WrestleMania 36 Weekend, if not before then. Brooke was asked if she’s surprised that so many people have enjoyed following the conversation between she and The Animal. “I’ve known Dave for a couple years, especially when my ex was bodybuilding,” Brooke revealed. “Dave was big in the fitness and bodybuilding scene, and that’s how we met. I’ve always respected what he’s accomplished in WWE and in the movies, and I was quite surprised when he tweeted at me. “I’m a very private person, so it was a little shocking for me that everything was out there. But it’s so awesome that people have been so supportive. We’ll see where it goes, but we share a lot of similarities and a lot of respect for one another. It was a little uncomfortable at first that everything is out there, but the way everyone has been so positive about it, it has a warm place in my heart.” Source: https://www.si.com/wrestling/2019/12/20/wwe-smackdown-dana-brooke-interview
  14. Becky Lynch and Tessa Blanchard got fans to talking about a potential match between the two today on Twitter. As seen below, the Impact Wrestling star tweeted a throwback photo of the two together. Lynch responded and wrote, “Someday. [waving hand emoji]” You can see the full exchange below: