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Jeff Jarrett’s WWE Return

Jeff Jarrett has signed a new deal with WWE. Per 1Wrestling, Jarrett will be working as a backstage producer.

PWInsider further confirmed that the WWE Hall of Famer will be appearing on television and is set to work directly with talents in various storylines.

On Monday Night RAW, Elias destroyed two guitars over Road Dogg and JJ.

Kurt Angle’s Retirement

Kurt Angle could soon be retiring from his in-ring career, once and for all.

On this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, Angle lost clean to Baron Corbin courtesy of a vicious Deep Six. The Lone Wolf continued his assault even after the match was officially over.

Michael Cole speculated whether this is the end of Angle’s career in the squared circle.

There are plans for Angle at WrestleMania 35 but at this point WWE is clearly hinting that Kurt’s days in the ring are winding down. Angle’s current stint was never meant to be for more than a couple of matches.

The Olympic Gold Medalist has slowed down in the ring because of his bad knees. His golden style has also been missing due to the neck and back issues.

Dean Ambrose Vs. Nia Jax

WWE is seemingly bringing back intergender wrestling.

This week on RAW, Dean Ambrose was about to address the fans following his loss to Seth Rollins but was interrupted by Nia Jax (w/ Tamina). The Facebreaker then knocked The Moral Compass out of the ring.

At Sunday’s Royal Rumble, Jax entered the 30-Man Elimination Match by taking R-Truth‘s 30th spot and took the fight to the men present in the ring. The former RAW Women’s Champion then took finishing moves from Dolph Ziggler, Randy Orton and Rey Mysterio before being eliminated by the high-flying masked legend.

Two Championship Matches Set For WrestleMania 35

This week’s episode of Monday Night RAW officially kicked off the storylines for WrestleMania 35.

Becky Lynch showed up on the red brand and officially declared that she would be challenging Ronda Rousey for the RAW Women’s Championship at the MetLife Stadium on April 7.

While Seth Rollins didn’t officially announce his opponent, it’s pretty obvious that The Kingslayer would be pursuing Universal Champion Brock Lesnar after the heavy beatdown (six F-5s) he suffered at the hands of The Beast this week on RAW.