Dean Ambrose vs. Nia Jax Advertised For Live Show, Becky Lynch To Confront McMahons On RAW

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Dean Ambrose Vs. Nia Jax Advertised For Live Show In Arizona

WWE has been teasing this for a couple of weeks now and it looks like it’s finally going to happen. WWE is advertising an intergender match between Dean Ambrose and Nia Jax.

Jax made waves during the Royal Rumble event by not just entering the men’s Rumble, she eliminated Mustafa Ali in a dominant fashion and only got eliminated after taking a superkick from Ziggler, 619 from Mysterio and RKO from Orton.

During RAW after the Rumble, Jax and Ambrose had a facedown in the ring which ended in Jax taking a shot at Ambrose and driving him out of the ring. Then, on the next RAW, Ambrose and Jax came out to interrupt “A Moment of Bliss” and take a few verbal jabs at one another.

Now, the WWE is advertising Ambrose vs Jax in an intergender match at a live event on February 22 at Jonesboro, Arkansas.

Check out a couple of fan videos of the TV spots for the Jonesboro show. You can see that Ambrose versus Jax is indeed advertised.

However, as per the latest reports from Wrestling Observer and Post Wrestling, the match is not happening. The latter’s source told John Pollock the ad which circulated Friday night and Saturday morning on Twitter was “outdated”.

The McMahons Invite Becky Lynch To RAW

WWE Superstar Becky Lynch is currently suspended from the WWE. While the suspension was originally doled out due to The Man’s refusal to see WWE doctors regarding the state of her knee, it can’t help that she’s attacked both Stephanie McMahon and Triple H when they confronted her.

Now, WWE has released a RAW Preview where it states that the still suspended Lynch will be on this week’s RAW. And she’ll be there on an invitation from the McMahon family.

While it hasn’t be stated which of the McMahon’s will be present to face The Man, Lynch is happy enough to accept the invitation. She Tweeted her acceptance and took a jab at her current WrestleMania opponent shortly after the announcement.