Becky Lynch Vs. Ronda Rousey WrestleMania Plan Change
On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that irrespective of what WWE is laying out to people at the moment, the plan for Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 35 is going to be a Triple Threat match with Charlotte Flair in the equation.
“I know that there’s stuff going around that it’s Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch in a singles match — it is not for WrestleMania. I was told again today that — you can never say Vince won’t change his mind, but this one is pretty much a lock at this point that that’s gonna happen.”
Goldust On All Elite Wrestling
During a recent interview with Sports illustrated, Goldust opened up on All Elite Wrestling and how the new promotion is the best thing to happen to WWE.
“Me and Cody talk a lot, and I was on a movie set for a horror film that I’m doing, and we were texting about that AEW rally in Jacksonville. The pyro alone was spectacular. They’re doing it really professionally, from the heads of the company to their big talent to the newer stars. I’m very curious to see what Cody and The Young Bucks can do with All Elite Wrestling.”
“I hope this really takes storm and becomes something formidable. You need places to go and work, competition is great and it is the best thing that can happen for WWE.”
“I am very proud of Cody, and I know Dad would be so proud and happy for Cody. He has a great mind for the business, he’s done so much already, but he’s paid attention and learned from mistakes. He’s fought for what he has, and his work in AEW will show that.”
Is Aleister Black The Next NXT Call-Up?
On Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez revealed which NXT star could be the next big main roster call-up.
“I expect Aleister Black as next to be called-up, but it could be after WrestleMania when they call the guy up, I don’t know.”
MVP Responds To WWE United States Championship Post
2-time former WWE United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) recently reacted to a post that asked fans to name the greatest US Champion.
MVP left WWE in 2010 but make a special one-off appearance on the 25th-anniversary episode of Monday Night RAW.