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Aleister Black And Zelina Vega Finally Go Public

Aleister Black and Zelina Vega are one of the strangest WWE couples since they were able to hide their entire relationship from the WWE Universe for a number of years and even recently tied the knot without anyone outside of the company knowing.

Many fans thought that the rumors were too good to be believed after their marriage was announced online a few months ago, but finally, the two stars have taken to Instagram where they shared an intimate photo for the first time and finally confirmed that they were actually a real couple.

The image shows the two stars holding hands with Zelina Vega also tagged in the photo as well as their wedding rings in full view.

Vega and Black are not the first WWE couple to value their privacy outside of the ring since Dean Ambrose and Renee Young have also opted to live their personal life completely away from the prying eyes of the WWE Universe as well.

Sasha Banks Gives Props To Up And Coming NXT Star

Xia Li

Sasha Banks came through the ranks in NXT and is a former NXT Women’s Champion so she knows how much hard work it takes to make it out of developmental and to be given a shot on the main roster.

Banks is currently just a few days shy of her Elimination Chamber match that could see her and Bayley become the first ever Women’s Tag Team Champions but she has still had the time to head to the Performance Center and praise the work that Xia Li has been putting in.


Xia Li has been making waves ever since her appearance in the Royal Rumble match last month and as the first ever Chinese wrestler to make it to WWE, there is greatness expected of her in the future.

Mandy Rose Wants Intergender Wrestling In WWE

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Nia Jax‘s recent addition to the Royal Rumble and the fact that she was set to face Dean Ambrose at an upcoming Live Event has opened up the prospect of intergender matches in WWE in the future.

Mandy Rose recently spoke to The New York Post where she opened up about WWE including intergender matches in their product and the former Tough Enough star revealed that she believes it’s time for a change.

“I think it’s a great time for it. Women are breaking down those barriers and they’re becoming, you know, they’re main-eventing and it’s just been an amazing time for women in general in sports. I feel like, yeah, why not do inter-gender matches? It brings entertainment. It brings a lot of different viewers and demographics and all that, so why not do it?” via Ringsidenews.