Becky Lynch Tops Women’s 100 List, NXT Talent Needed Police Escort In Buffalo, Jordan Myles On Medical Leave

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NXT Talent Needed Police Escort

Due to the fact that many SmackDown superstars and crew were stuck in Saudi Arabia after WWE Crown Jewel, stars from NXT were flown up from Florida to Buffalo to appear on the latest SmackDown episode.

Now, it’s being reported that the NXT talent almost didn’t make it to SmackDown as well.

According to POST Wrestling’s John Pollock, the flight taking the NXT talent to Buffalo only landed at 7:55 pm, mere moments before SmackDown was supposed to go on the air.

 “They had a police escort to get them to the building,” writes Pollock.

“One person I spoke with added they could not have cut it any closer to get everyone in place for the third segment when Shayna Baszler made her appearance,” he added.

Jordan Myles Has Been On Medical Leave Since September

NXT talent Jordan Myles, who is currently embroiled in controversy over “racism” in the pro wrestling world, has apparently been on medical leave since around September.

Myles, who won the 2019 NXT Breakout tournament and challenged NXT Champion Adam Cole in August, hasn’t really been seen on TV or in the performance center since.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Myles is on medical leave but it’s not for an injury. The nature of the leave is supposed to be confidential which is why WWE has not commented.

According to PWInsider, Myles has not been to the WWE Performance Center for training for the past few weeks.

Becky Lynch Reacts To Topping Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s 2019 Women’s 100

Becky Lynch has topped Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s 2019 Women’s 100 list.

Aside from topping the list, Lynch will also be on the cover of the Pro Wrestling Illustrated issue announcing the best women’s wrestlers for 2019. The list in its entirety can be seen in the latest issue which is now available for pre-order as well as for digital download on Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s website.

Lynch responded to the honor on her Twitter, stating that the ranking and inclusion of every other woman in the list was “debatable.”

“Except for number one,” writes Lynch.

Here is a list of the top 10 women in the list.

  1. Becky Lynch
  2. Charlotte Flair
  3. Ronda Rousey
  4. Shayna Baszler
  5. Tessa Blanchard
  6. Bayley
  7. Natalya
  8. Io Shirai
  9. Mercedes Martinez
  10. Nicole Savoy