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Lana Takes A Shot At WWE’s Booking Of The Women’s Division

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• Lana Takes A Shot At WWE’s Booking Of The Women’s Division

Lana certainly isn’t having the best time of her pro-wrestling career these days as she’s been put through the announce table by Nia Jax back-to-back for 5 weeks in a row.

On last week’s RAW, she challenged Asuka for the RAW Women’s Championship, and lost to The Empress in a short match.

She doesn’t seem to be too happy with the way WWE is booking her, as she wants to show fans what she can do in the ring, but she thinks that the company doesn’t give her enough time to show off her skills.

Liv Morgan recently posted a video of herself training in a ring with AEW talent Jason Cade, where Lana expressed her frustration.

She commented:

“Thank God we have social media to show things we work on! There is only so much we can do in 90 second matches!”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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I want this forever 🖤✨ Thank u @jasoncade_

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