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Alexa Bliss Calls Out Kurt Angle Over Brock Lesnar Not Defending The Universal Title At Elimination Chamber 2018

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 5, 1994) – ECW The Night The Line Was Crossed

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 5, 1994, ECW hosted ‘The Night The Line Was Crossed’ at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The promotion that was still called NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling at this point, had one of the greatest main events in its history that night.

Below are the results:

– 911 defeated Chad Austin

– Mr. Hughes defeated Sal Bellomo

– Double Dog Collar Chain Match
The Sandman & Tommy Cairo defeated Rockin Rebel & Pit Bull #1

– No Rules
The Public Enemy defeated The Bruise Brothers

– Jimmy Snuka defeated Tommy Dreame

– Pat Tanaka & The Sheik defeated Kevin Sullivan & The Tazmaniac

– JT Smith defeated Mike Awesome

– Three Way Dance – ECW Heavyweight Title
Terry Funk (c) vs. Sabu vs. Shane Douglas ended in a Time Limit Draw

• Alexa Bliss Calls Out Kurt Angle Over Brock Lesnar Not Defending The Universal Title At Elimination Chamber 2018

On tonight’s episode of Raw, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle revealed the competitors for the first ever Women’s Elimination Chamber match:

– Alexa Bliss (Raw Women’s Champion)

– Bayley

– Mandy Rose

– Sonya Deville

– Mickie James

– Sasha Banks

Angle also announced that Nia Jax will face Women’s Royal Rumble winner Asuka at Elimination Chamber 2018 PPV and that Nia will be added to the Raw Women’s Title match at WrestleMania 34 if she defeats Asuka.

This led to Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss coming out and called out Angle for treating the Men’s & Women’s Champion differently as the Universal Champion Brock Lesnar isn’t defending his Title at Elimination Chamber 2018.

This led to Angle pointing out that Lesnar successfully defended his Title at the Royal Rumble 2018 PPV, while Alexa last defended her Title at on TV at TLC 2017 PPV.

The segment ended with Angle asking the fans if they want to see Alexa Bliss defend the Raw Women’s Title in the first ever Elimination Chamber match and the answer was “Yes”.

        
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