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Mick Foley Urges WWE To “Strap That Rocket” To Rhea Ripley



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WWE Hall Of Famer, Mick Foley, has urged WWE to “strap that rocket” to Rhea Ripley when she debuts on the main roster.

This week on WWE Raw it was confirmed that the former WWE NXT Women’s Champion will be joining the red brand in the near future, and there is already a buzz amongst fans and those in the industry about her appearing.

Mick Foley is one of those, and he has urged WWE to not mess around with her or make her suffer 50/50 booking. Instead, Foley wants to see the rocket strapped to her, telling WWE to see how far she can fly.


Candice Michelle Reveals Who She’d Like To Induct Her Into The WWE HOF



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Candice Michelle recently spoke about the possibility of being inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame, and who would induct her.

Michelle had a great run during her time with WWE, where she worked with the company from 2004-2009 after being part of the Raw Diva Search. During her time she had a run with the Women’s Championship and enjoyed a memorable feud with Beth Phoenix as well.

Michelle is also a former WWE 24/7 Champion, which she won during the Raw Reunion show. During the interview with The DropKick Podcast Michelle spoke about how Phoenix was her favorite in-ring opponent, but she also discussed what she hated doing in WWE.

“Beth Phoenix was my favorite match. Both Tori Wilson and Victoria are my dearest friends and my dearest friends to this day so working with them – you know, Vince’s Devils, the playboy matches – we hated doing but at the same time it was our era. It’s just what we did and what we were known for but then having that opportunity to work for House of Hardcore for my retirement match with Victoria, she’s an incredible wrestler. I feel like she’s been very underrated and I’m really happy she came back for that appearance on WWE,” said Michelle.

When it came to a possible WWE Hall Of Fame induction, Michelle revealed that Hulk Hogan would be the person she’d like to induct her.

“I would want to be inducted by Hulk Hogan because the truth is that’s where it started for me. In my book, he’s arguably one of the most famous superstars of all time but that’s where my love for it began. I didn’t know that back then, you know? Every time I see him and his famous moves it’s like when the music hits, there’s something about it that lights up your insides and you couldn’t wait to see what happens. So, if I had an opportunity, and if he was willing, I would 100 percent pick him.” (H/T to for the transcriptions)

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Bianca Belair Reflects On Her First Year On The Main Roster



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Bianca Belair debuted on the main roster at WWE WrestleMania 36 last year, and has now almost spent a full year competing.

It’s been a fantastic year for Belair so far, which has seen her become one of the top stars on the roster, having a WWE WrestleMania 37 main event around the corner where she will challenge Sasha Banks for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship.

Belair recently appeared on Notsam Wrestling where she and Sam Roberts patched things up following Roberts’ comments about her in the past at NXT Takeover: Phoenix, and Belair reflected on the year that she’s had.

“I definitely didn’t see my first year going like this, especially with what’s going on in the world,” Belair admitted. “I had no idea, and I always say I focus on the things that I can control. There’s so many things you can’t control, so I just always try to do my part and do more than my part. I always say I don’t do the bare minimum. I go out there, and I do as much as I can.

“And I always stay ready, so I don’t have to get ready because here, opportunities, they just show, and they come out of nowhere. And if you’re not ready, then it’s going to on to someone else. It’s been a wild wild year. I was talking to someone last night and I was saying how I haven’t even been on SmackDown for whole year, and being in WWE, the goal is to go to WrestleMania. That’s the biggest thing you can do, and I’m going to WrestleMania.I could possibly be walking out as a champion. It’s been a wild, fast ride, but I’m staying ready.”

Belair went on to speak about how her time on the main roster has been without any fans, and that she’s had to work hard in order to get noticed and connect with them.

“I feel like that didn’t really cross my mind. I feel like if you’re trying, in my opinion, if you’re trying to get people to like you, if you’re trying to get people invested in you, it’s not genuine,” Belair noted. “I think people love when someone’s genuine. It’s more relatable, and for me, you know there’s no fans, but I will say that the ThunderDome, even though it’s not the same as having fans, WWE has done an amazing job with the ThunderDome.

“Having fans come out and seeing their faces virtually, it gives them the experience as if they’re still there. What we do is so much of being a part of the fans, and our job, our whole purpose is to put a smile on fans’ faces, but the fans have actually put a smile on our faces. They can give us a purpose of what we’re doing, and so the ThunderDome provides us with an environment as if the fans are still there too. We have the pyro. We have the crowd noise, but for me, in my mind, I went to the Royal Rumble trying to win, and that was my goal. That was in my brain.” (H/T to for the transcriptions)

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Chris Jericho Comments On If AEW Is Signing Too Many Former WWE Stars



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With former WWE Superstar, Paul Wight making his AEW debut this week, Chris Jericho has spoken about if AEW is signing too many ex-WWE stars.

Jericho jumping ship to AEW was a huge move at the start of AEW’s journey, and he spoke about enjoying the risk and the pressure during an interview with Rasslin’ with Brandon F. Walker

“I’ve enjoyed every minute of it because it was a real risk to go to AEW, and we all knew it, but for me, I knew what would happen if I went back to WWE, because I wasn’t there at the time,” Jericho said. “I don’t know if I would have wanted that, but the fact that AEW was a big challenge, and if you look at the first three months of Dynamite, it was resting on my shoulders because I was the most recognizable name on that show besides Jim Ross, who you hear his voice, but you don’t see him a lot.

“And I knew it was my job to make sure that people saw how good Cody was, and The Young Bucks, and Kenny [Omega], and Darby [Allin], and Scorpio Sky and all these guys that I worked with, Jungle Boy, in the first two or three months of that show. I wanted people to see, as quickly as possible, how good these guys are, all the guys in The Inner Circle, Santana, Ortiz, Sammy [Guevara and] Jake Hager. So I tried to put as many people around me as possible so that people would see these guys are really good.”

Since that point, AEW has signed plenty of former WWE Stars from Jon Moxley and Dustin Rhodes to Shawn Spears and Paul Wight, and Jericho discussed that.

“It’s funny because some people are like, ‘Well, you can’t sign all these WWE castoffs or the guys from that generation,’ and we really haven’t,” Jericho pointed out. “When there was a big purge last year when they let a bunch of people go, I don’t think we hired any of those guys and nothing against them. But a guy like Big Show transcends that. He’s one of the most recognizable pro wrestlers in the world, and when you’re dealing with a new company, because it’s only been a year and a half, and if we want to try and go get a TV deal in India for example, who’s on the show, Chris Jericho. We know him. Sting, I know him. Paul Wight. Oh, really? We know him.

“Same thing as I said before, those are the guys that can open the door to get people’s eyeballs on Kenny Omega, and The Young Bucks, and Darby, and Cody, and Ricky Starks etc, etc, etc. So he is super valuable, and also, he has the one thing that you can’t teach. Well, two things obviously. You can’t teach someone to be a giant, but you can’t see teach someone experience, and Paul’s got almost as much experience as I do, probably 25 years at this point.

“We’ve got a lot of big guys on our roster who need to think more like big guys. Paul can help with that. Paul can also be very funny. He’s very charming, and I know more than anybody. A motivated Big Show, a motivated Paul Wight is very dangerous. He doesn’t have to wrestle every week nor should he, but when he gets the call, and he wants to be there and he wants to prove what he can do, he’s one of the best big men workers that’s ever lived. So he’s got that side of the coin as well. He’s a great sign for AEW, and I think anybody that doesn’t know for sure will have their minds changed very very quickly.” (H/T to for the transcriptions)

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