Roddy Piper’s Daughter Signs With Women Of Wrestling, John Cena Sends Props To South African Rapper

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Teal Piper, the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, has been signed to the promotion Women of Wrestling (WOW).

WOW, which airs on AXS TV, is set to premier their second episode this September 7th at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT.

 “Wrestling has always been a part of me, and while no one can ever replace my dad, I hope to make sure no one ever forgets him,” said Piper in an AXS TV press release.

Before the second season of WOW premiers, wrestling fans will get the chance to see Piper in action during AEW All Out on August 31. She is one of the women who have been announced for the Casino Battle Royale to determine a contender for the inaugural AEW Women’s World Championship.

John Cena Shares Rap Song Made And Named For Him

South African rapper/songwriter Sho Madjozi has dropped a new single where she shows some love for WWE Superstar John Cena.

The track, called “John Cena” went viral, trending at #1 on YouTube last Friday afternoon.

In the track, Sho Madjozi talks about men acting rough and getting buff like the sixteen time WWE world champion.

Cena, who started his career as “The Doctor of Thuganomics”, appreciates a good rap and shared the video and sent some love Madjozi’s way on Instagram.

You can check out the track and the exchange between the two in the Tweets below: