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Aliyah Wants To Make History Again, This Time In Saudi Arabia

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• Aliyah Wants To Make History Again, This Time In Saudi Arabia

On the January 14th episode of SmackDown, Aliyah faced Natalya in a singles match.

Aliyah pinned Natalya with a roll up in just 3.17 seconds to win this match.

With this win, Aliyah now holds the record for winning the shortest singles match in WWF/E history.

You can watch it below:

With the Elimination Chamber 2022 premiere live event taking place in Saudi Arabia on February 19, Aliyah wants to make history again by becomiing the 1st ever Arab WWE Superstar to wrestle in the Middle East.

Below is what she said during an interview with Denise Salcedo of Instinct Culture:

“We’re heading to Saudi for Elimination Chamber. No matches have been announced. It would be an honor to be the first-ever Arab superstar to perform in the Middle East. That’s always been a huge goal of mine.”

Aliyah also said the following about her WWE main roster call up:

“I had no idea. I was clueless, to say the least. I found out the day before (NXT) TV.

I just remember my drive that morning to the Performance Center to the shoot, I was just in tears, like I could not stop crying cause I couldn’t fathom that that was the last drive I was gonna make there.

Little did I know now that I am still training there, I am still going but back then I just remember the whole drive I was just balling.”

WATCH: Revealing Video Of Aliyah’s Buns:

• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Veteran Black Bart (Real name: Richard Harris) celebrates his 74th birthday today.

Black Bart wrestled for several territories during his career, such as Championship Wrestling from Florida (CWF), World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW), Mid-South Wrestling, New Japan Pro Wrestling and many, many more.

Black Bart also wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation in 1990 & 1991, where he was used as a “Jobber to the Stars”, putting over a lot of their Superstars at that time.

He also joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling as a member of “The Desperados” in 1991 and later returned in 1995 as an entrant in the first ever World War III Battle Royal.


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