• Cody Rhodes Says He Might Be In WWE Again One Day
During a recent interview with Wrestledope, former WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes talked about leaving WWE. Below is what he said:
“I did make every effort I possibly could. It just was a matter of, no faith in me at a certain juncture turns around well you know what I don’t have faith in you guys either. But let’s not end on such a sour note. It’s rather dramatic and seems more sour than it really is.
It’s not, the Rhodes in WWE have a wonderful history. I’m glad they let me go, they are the house that built me and you never now I might be there again one day.”
• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (DECEMBER 30, 1996) – Ultimo Dragon vs. Jushin Liger
On this day in 1996, during an episode of WCW Monday NITRO, we witnessed 2 of the greatest Puroresu Wrestlers in Japanese Wrestling’s history, and certainly two of the greatest high flyers of all time, Ultimo Dragon & Jushin “Thunder” Liger wrestle each other in the ring.
You can watch the finish of the match here:
• Possible Hint That Top Raw Star Is Going To Win The Women’s Royal Rumble Match, Not Ronda Rousey
According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey starting filming a movie “Mile 22” (which also features Mark Whalberg) last month.
While the exact date of filming ending isn’t known as the moment, Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting that it might end after the Royal Rumble 2018 PPV. This might result in making Ronda’s debut in the Women’s Royal Rumble match infeasible.
It is also being said that Ronda hasn’t signed a deal with WWE yet.
With that being said, and top Raw Superstar Asuka noting in a video that she’ll remain undefeated at Royal Rumble as well (thus making it clear that losing the Royal Rumble match will also count as a loss), Asuka might have hinted that she’s going to win the first-ever Women’s Royal Rumble match as WWE has no plans of ending her undefeated run anytime soon (at least not before WrestleMania 34).
Below is the video of Asuka that we talked about above:
— WWE (@WWE) December 29, 2017