Ronda Rousey to use new move at Hell in a Cell?
Ronda Rousey is set to defend her WWE RAW Women’s Championship against Alexa Bliss during the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. While Rousey is known for defeating her opponents both in the UFC and the WWE ring with an armbar, we could be seeing something new this time.
Just last Friday (September 15) Rousey defeated Bliss in a live event held in Edinburgh, Texas. And she did so with a new move, a gut wrench power bomb variation.
— M.C. Scaredofbees (@MMAthematics) September 15, 2018
Becky Lynch to sport new ring gear at Hell in a Cell
Becky Lynch is scheduled to challenge Charlotte Flair for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship during the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. And it looks like she’ll be doing so in new ring gear.
A Twitter post from WWE costume designer/seamstress Julie Youngberg gives us a glimpse of the ring gear she created for Lynch’s match during Hell in a Cell.
From the teaser photo, it looks like Lynch will be coming to the ring clad mostly in purple and black. According to Youngberg, she drew inspiration from the look of “Ready Player One” character Artemis.
Impact Wrestling On New Hell in a Cell look – Sounds familiar
As we noted earlier, the Hell in a Cell structure is sporting a new look. Perhaps the most strking change is t fact it’s now painted red.
The color change didn’t escape Impact Wrestling’s Global Wrestling Network, which tweeted the following:
A red steel cage with a ceiling? Sounds familiar. pic.twitter.com/CktRRlP3Mg
— IMPACT Plus (@IMPACTPlusApp) September 15, 2018
Back when Impact Wrestling was TNA, they had a TerrorDome/Steel Asylum match which took place in a red domed cage.
Nia Jax Gets Award For Championing Body Positivity
Nia Jax is the recipient of the first ever #SeeHER Now Award from The Association of National Advertisers.
The #SeeHER Now Award is part of the #SeeHer Initative which “seeks to champion the movement to portray women and girls accurately so that the images and roles they see in the media mirror the real world.”
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I was incredibly humbled and honored to receive the first ever #SeeHerNow Award by #SeeHer & @celebritypagetv. The #SeeHer Initiative is “championing the movement to portray women and girls accurately so that the images and roles they see in the media mirror the real world.” I have always pushed the message of being true to yourself and loving the skin your in, so this initiative is dear to me, where young girls and boys can look at media and relate to the people they see, encouraging them to reach their full potential! Inclusion and representation is huge! I’m so happy that I was able to accept this award with my mother standing by my side, the woman who has always taught me to be true to myself. #NotLikeMost #SeeHer #EmmyWeekend
Mickie James Nominated For Native American Music Awards
Aside from being a RAW Superstar, Mickie James also has a country music career. She has released two albums and has another one in the works.
She is currently in the running for three Native American Music Awards: Best Country Recording for “Don’t Be Afraid to Fly,” Best Single Recording for “Left Right Left,” and Best Music Video for a Concept for “Left Right Left”.
Voting for the Native American Music Awards is currently open and votes can be cast by going to http://nativeamericanmusicawards.com/vote-now. The winners will be announced on October 12 during an awards gala to be held in Niagra Falls, New York.
— Mickie James~Aldis (@MickieJames) September 12, 2018
James is part of the Powhatan tribe, an indigenous group traditionally from Virginia. She was inducted into the Native American Music Hall of Fame in 2017.