Member of the Undisputed Era, Kyle O’Reilly was reflecting on Twitter last night after watching Mick Foley’s 20 Years Of Hell documentary.
O’Reilly stated that he thoroughly enjoyed the show as that match had a huge impact on him, making him proud to be a wrestling fan, adding that Mick’s career inspires him to pursue this dream.
Thoroughly enjoyed the @RealMickFoley 20 years of hell retrospective. That match had a profound impact on me as a kid and made me PROUD to be a wrestling fan. Mick’s career and story inspires me to pursue this crazy dream, and for that I’m extremely thankful.
— Kyle O'Reilly (@KORcombat) September 17, 2018
Triple H Congratulates Nia Jax
This past weekend Nia Jax received the See Her Now Award, based on her work to do with body positivity. WWE’s COO, Triple H sent out a message to congratulate Nia, claiming that as intense as her persona is in the ring, it is her personal character that makes her an inspiration.
As intense and strong her persona is in the ring, it is her personal character and drive that makes @NiaJaxWWE such an inspiration to young women everywhere. Congratulations, Nia. #SeeHER https://t.co/0dHHr9iBbg
— Triple H (@TripleH) September 16, 2018
Killian Dain Praises Lynch
SAnitY member, Killian Dain praised the new SmackDown Live Women’s Champion, Becky Lynch, claiming that the best proved exactly that at Hell In A Cell.
— Killian Dain (@KillianDain) September 17, 2018