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NXT UK Women’s Champion Kay Lee Ray Takes Funny Dig At Charlotte Flair

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• NXT UK Women’s Champion Kay Lee Ray Takes Funny Dig At Charlotte Flair

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Charlotte Flair is one of the most decorated female wrestlers in WWE’s history, as she’s won more than ten Titles in her WWE career.

She has defeated fan favourites on numerous occasions to win Titles, which is why many fans have made it a joke that The Queen may defeat their favourite wrestlers for their Titles anytime.

A fan took to Twitter today to share a nightmare she had in which she saw NXT UK Women’s Champion Kay Lee Ray losing her Title to Flair.

She wrote:

“I had a nightmare that Charlotte Flair somehow ended Kay Lee Ray’s title reign and became the new NXT UK Women’s Champion.”

Lee Ray took a funny dig at Flair in response to the fan’s tweet.

She responded:

“….im sorry you had to go through that. Thoughts and prayers.”

Lee Ray seems to be safe from Flair for now, as Flair is on the main roster, while Lee Ray is a part of NXT UK. In addition, the current situation due to the Coronavirus pandemic won’t allow Lee Ray and Flair to battle anytime soon.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates Her Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Bull Nakano (Real name: Keiko Nakano) celebrates her 53rd birthday today.

She’s considered a legend in Japanese women’s wrestling and won Championships all around the world.

After having just a few matches on WWF TV in 1986, Bull Nakano joined the full time World Wrestling Federation roster in 1994, where she was managed by famous Women’s Wrestler Luna Vachon.

In November 1994, she defeated Alundra Blayze for the ‘WWF Women’s Championship’ in Tokyo, Japan, but lost it back to her on Monday Night RAW in April 1995.

After wrestling for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1995 and 1996, she retired from professional wrestling and became a professional golfer in 1998.


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