• Contract Signing Segment For Tonight’s SmackDown Live
WWE announced the following:
Paige to host contract signing for AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
“What is sure to be a heated WWE Championship Match at WWE Money in the Bank will be made official tonight.
SmackDown Live General Manager Paige took to social media over the weekend to announce that she will be hosting a contract signing for the Last Man Standing Match between AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura.
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) June 2, 2018
There is no telling what will happen when The Phenomenal One and The King of Strong Style are in the same room, as they brawled wildly the last time they shared the ring. What will happen between these bitter rivals as Paige presides over their contract signing?”
• RAW Champion Comments On How A Tweet Can Destroy Your Life In Seconds
Below is a recent tweet from RAW Tag Team Champion Bray Wyatt:
Rome wasn’t built in a day.
But a comment on Twitter can destroy your life in seconds…
What have we become??
God help us all
— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) June 1, 2018
• Reason Behind WWE Not Featuring Enough Managers Over The Recent Years
During a recent interview with Fightful, former WWE writer Jimmy Jacobs talked about WWE not featuring enough managers over the recent years.
Below is what Jacobs had to say about the reason behind WWE not featuring enough managers:
“Managing got out of the spotlight somewhere in the ’90’s, the Attitude Era, when the era of the valet took over, in WWE in particular. From that respect, it’s a lost art. Nowadays though, look at a guy like Paul Heyman, who’s very, very, very good at what he does, who is as important to the Brock Lesnar package as Brock Lesnar is I dare say. I just think it’s coming back. I think that for so long, it was a WWE policy.
WWE really sets the tone for everything else in this business – this kind of trickle-down effect. It was literally a policy, ‘Hey, we don’t hire male managers.’ It’s really just something that’s just got going again, I think in the last handful of years.”