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  1. On the latest episode of his After The Bell podcast, WWE commentator Corey Graves broke down superstar Charlotte Flair’s recent booking on weekly television, admitting that he’s not a fan of the former women’s champion current storyline, and doesn’t believe that she is either. Graves makes a point to mention Charlotte’s alliance with Raw women’s champion Becky Lynch, which doesn’t play into their historic rivalry over the last couple years. He also states that despite Lynch winning this year’s WrestleMania main event, it was Charlotte who carried the work-load of th
  2. In a shocking moment, last night’s episode of SD Live saw a surprise title match between Asuka and Charlotte Flair. This match served as a replacement for the #1 contender’s Fatal 4 Way match between Naomi, Carmella, Mandy Rose, and Sonya Deville. The match ended the same way the WrestleMania 34 match ended…with Asuka tapping out to the Figure 8. Meaning, Charlotte Flair is the new SD Women’s Champion and the first woman to have held eight (8) different women’s titles. https://twitter.com/wwe/status/1110703176548679680?s=21 Now the WM main event has two (2) champions headlining
  3. Forbes recently released an article that, albeit short, put into question Ronda and Becky Lynch's ability to carry a Wrestlemania main event by their lonesome. The article is mainly filler but the passage below is probably the most important: SOURCE. Considering the next stop will be the most important night in the history of Women's Wrestling, there is a lot at stake. So, is this tea? Charlotte already proved that she can carry Ronda to the best mach of her career thus far. Can Becky do the same? Or is Charlotte truly NEEDED for the main event to succeed?
  4. Becky Lynch cuts John Cena's return short Becky Lynch & John Cena vs Zelina and Andrade "Cien" Almas Sonya Deville vs Naomi Asuka, Charlotte,Becky and Carmella backstage _______________ A blast from the past ? Let's start the year off with the return of the Smackdown results thread actually this will probably will be a one night hit. Share your thoughts.
  5. Source: http://www.pwmania.com/favorite-to-win-2019-wwe-womens-royal-rumble-match-revealed https://www.sportskeeda.com/wwe/wwe-news-early-favourite-for-the-2019-women-s-royal-rumble-revealed https://www.ewrestlingnews.com/news/early-favorite-to-win-2019-wwe-womens-royal-rumble-match-revealed
  6. Ember Moon & Charlotte Flair are the first two competitors in the match, so what girls do you think will make up the rest of the match?
  7. Smackdown Raw Impact Pay-Per-View STEPHANIE McMAHON - 11 Stephanie McMahon vs. Jacqueline - Smackdown March 30, 2000 Stephanie McMahon, Triple H & Kurt Angle vs. Lita & The Dudley Boyz - Smackdown August 3, 2000 Stephanie McMahon vs. Lita - Raw August 21, 2000 Stephanie McMahon & Kurt Angle vs. Lita & The Rock - Smackdown August 24, 2000 Stephanie McMahon & Triple H vs. Trish Stratus & Kurt Angle - Raw January 22, 2001 Stephanie McMahon, Triple H & Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Team Xtreme - Raw, April 9 2001 Stephanie McMahon & Test vs. The Rock - Raw
  8. Expanding on their TV special counting down the top 25 moments in Raw History, WWE.com added a photo gallery of more Raw moments counting down from 100, managing to encompass a few moments starring women. Listed below are said moments along with their ranking: If you'd like to flick through the photo gallery and see the full countdown, check it out here and sound off below!
  9. SD Women's Match * SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair defeated Ruby Riott Raw Women's Match * Paige, Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose defeated Mickie James, Sasha Banks and Bayley source
  10. source: Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/user/agendapodcast/timeline-of-the-revolution Podcast is 4 hours long ...so if anybody wants to listen to it to see if any other dirt is in there
  11. Seems like James Ellsworth has been taking a beating from the entire SD women’s division at live events during the week. The women have been hitting him with a series of classic finishers including Stone Cold’s Stunner, The Bella Buster, Kane’s Chokeslam, Hulk Hogan’s Leg Drop and Alicia Fox’s Scissor Kick (no one else’s...) (The girls do different finishers in each video.)
  12. Source : http://wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2017/0921/632389/backstage-update-on-wwe-doing-horsewomen-vs-horsewomen/ I guess a joint PPV would make the most sense as i cant see WWE wanting all there horsewomen on one brand as it would weaken one division an make the other stronger if they where
  13. So according to a few readers who read Charlotte's book, they had a falling out years ago. Does anyone have the tea? For those who haven't read it, why do you think it happened? ?
  14. She was on 24 consecutive PPVs. That's impressive. 24 unique performers wrestled in a match on the main card of SummerSlam 2017, including 14 superstars from the Raw brand and 10 superstars from the SmackDown Live brand. With that in mind, let’s take a look at which performers have currently wrestled on the most consecutive pay-per-view (PPV) events at the conclusion of August 2017. The only rules are that the superstar must have wrestled for more than zero seconds on the main card of the PPV (sorry, pre-show fans), and brand-exclusive events will not be counted against roster m
  15. NXT Superstar Asuka continues to break records and is on the verge of setting a new milestone in her reign as NXT Women’s Champion: 500 days as champion! After that, Asuka will only be a few days away from the second longest reigning Women’s Champion in WWE history, only behind The Fabulous Moolah. In an interview with Newsweek, Asuka discusses joining the WWE, the records she’s broken and which main roster Superstars she’d like to compete against. Highlights of the interview below. On signing with WWE: “When I decided to sign a contract with WWE, I decided two things. I was determi
  16. AJ Lee is Britney Spears (taken from this post and expanded upon) - Britney's first taste of the spotlight was on a show with other future pop stars called The Mickey Mouse Club. AJ Lee's first taste of the spotlight was on a show with other future Divas called NXT. - Britney got her start in the music industry in a little known girl group. They broke up shortly after. AJ Lee made her main roster debut as one half of the Chickbusters, a little tag team who had to claw their way to the top. They broke up months later. - Britney then released her debut solo alb
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