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Carmella’s Money In The Bank Cash-In Outcome Revealed

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• Mojo Rawley Reveals How Rob Gronkowski’s Family Helped Him Land A Job In WWE

During a recent interview with ABC 15, Mojo Rawley talked about his frienship with Rob Gronkowski, Rob’s father helping him get into WWE & more.

Below are the highlights:

On his friendship with Rob Gronkowski:

“It’s just a friendship that we’ve maintained through the years, especially before anyone had achieved any level of success. We all kind of grew up together, trained with each other, kind of coached each other along and helped each other out whenever we could. It’s paid dividends for all of us, every single one of us.”

On Rob’s father helping him get into WWE:

“They knew how much of a fan I was, and made the phone calls. That was it. The rest was history… I left the NFL to come here, and I couldn’t be happier about it.”

On Rob Gronkowski leaving NFL for WWE:

“In my opinion and a lot of others, he’s the greatest tight end to ever play the game. You take all those assets and just raw abilities that you have and you bring that here, it’s kind of a recipe for success one way or another. He has a lot on his plate right now.

Whether an appearance here in the WWE again comes at WrestleMania, or whether it comes to a WrestleMania five years from now, I’m sure at some point you’re going to see him in a ring again.”

• Carmella’s Money In The Bank Cash-In Outcome Revealed

The Dirty Sheets (who are the most correct & #1 source in WWE news in 2018) have revealed exclusive information regarding Carmella’s Women’s Money In The Bank cash-in plans.

Just like last year’s Men’s Money in the Bank winner Baron Corbin, Carmella is expected to unsuccessfully cash-in her Money in the Bank contract and her defeat will come at the hands of Asuka, who will be facing Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 34 and win it.

Regarding the cash-in date, Carmella and many others in the company feel that her unsuccessful cash-in should take place at WrestleMania 34 (moments after Asuka captures the SmackDown Women’s Championship), but many others (including “Road Dogg” Brian James) feel that WrestleMania 34 will already feature enough moments and this one could be saved for later.

We’ll keep you updated on this if anything changes.

        
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