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Behind The Women’s Revolution (Video), WWE Stars To Appear At Ringsidefest, Final Piece Of #Bellalution (Video)

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The Face Behind ‘The Women’s Revolution’

– Check out the the following video, featuring WWE PC Assistant Head Coach Sara Amato looking back at the transformation of women’s wrestling before WWE Evolution this Sunday.

WWE Stars At Ringside Fest

Ringside Collectibles will hold their 2018 Ringside Fest this Saturday in New York City at Carolines, click here for more details.


This big event will includes appearances by:

* Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish (9am-12pm)
* Matt Hardy and WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle (1pm-4pm)

More: Ronda Rousey And Nikki Bella Continue Taking Shots At Each Other Ahead Of WWE Evolution

The Evolution Of Nikki Bella

The Bella Twins have released a 10-minute mini-documentary on their official YouTube channel before Sunday’s history-making Pay-Per-View. As noted, Brie Bella will battle Champion Ronda Rousey, in what she promises to be the ‘greatest performance of her career.’

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Roman Reigns Praises Miro & Their In-Ring Chemistry

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Roman Reigns recently took the time to praise former WWE Superstar, Miro, and the chemistry that they had together in the ring.

The current Universal Champion was speaking with Ryan Satin of FOX Sports, where Roman spoke about some of his favorite Spears, admitting that he had good chemistry with Miro.


“I did it [best] on two people. I ran down the ramp, I think at SummerSlam, and speared Rusev. I think that’s all I did. What a great night. Just come out at SummerSlam, just spear a guy, and then hit the bar after. So, that one was pretty wide open. Any time I can get a really big run and launch,” said Reigns.

He added, “I will say though, Rusev was really good. We had good timing as far as in the ring, I always had good chemistry with him to where I could come off the ropes, take one step, launch and dart across the ring and he knew just the perfect height to lift up, open up for me. So, yeah, we did that thing all over the world. Those were good times.”

When it comes to who took the Spear the best, Roman singled out AJ Styles as the best who has taken the move so far in his career.

“He’s probably gonna be the best at taking it because I messed it up, AJ [Styles]. AJ, I don’t know, some of the guys can cop the flip. Buddy Murphy copped a flip. I’m sure Seth. All these guys can cop a flip. But, in order to know, you have to hit ‘em and kinda ricochet off of them and kind of do a bit of a barrel roll to allow them to get that flip right. Because I didn’t know AJ was going to do that.

“So when I hit him with a spear, I was still wrapped around him, and I kinda stopped him from rotating and he completely landed on his neck. It was not my fault. I did not know this. It looked rough, but I know he could have easily copped that flip and made it look crazy. I just was not on the same page. Luckily, the match was over.” (H/T to Fightful.com for the transcriptions)

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Jinder Mahal Health Update

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The Modern Day Maharaja is back!

Jinder Mahal returned to action on Friday at the advanced taping for WWE Superstar Spectacle (full SPOILERS here). The special will air on January 26, Republic Day, on Sony networks throughout India. It will also stream internationally on the WWE Network.


Mahal appeared before the show to hype up the fans streaming into the ThunderDome. He returned for the main event, teaming with the Bollywood Boyz to take on WWE Champion Drew McIntyre and Indus Sher.

It has essentially been a year and a half since we’ve consistently seen Jinder Mahal on television. He injured his knee in June 2019 requiring a surgery that put him on the bench for nearly a year. He returned in April 2020 but was only back a few weeks before another surgery was required.

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WWE Champion Drew McIntyre Has Returned To The Ring

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WWE Champion Drew McIntyre has been cleared to compete.

McIntyre missed the last two weeks of Monday Night Raw after it was announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19, placing himself in immediate quarantine.


He quietly returned to action this Friday at the taping event for WWE Superstar Spectacle (full SPOILERS here), teaming with Indus Sher in a main event six-man tag team match against Jinder Mahal and the Bollywood Boyz.

The show will air next Tuesday, January 26 on Sony television stations in India and internationally through the WWE Network. Charlotte Flair, AJ Styles, the New Day, the Street Profits, Rey Mysterio and Ricochet were also featured.

McIntyre is still expected to defend the WWE Championship against Goldberg at next weekend’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view, and is advertised to appear on the go-home edition of Raw to hype up the match.

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