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Relationship Between WWE & Roman Reigns Isn’t Looking Good

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 1, 2003) – The First Lady Of Wrestling Passed Away

On this day in 2003, we lost Old School World Wrestling Federation Legend Miss Elizabeth (Real name: Elizabeth Hulette) at the young age of 42.

Liz became famous during her WWF run from 1985 to 1992, where she managed her then husband, “The Macho Man” Randy Savage.

She died from mixing pain killers & cocaine with alcohol, and while her then boyfriend, Lex Luger, was the worst possible partner & role model to her, he did in fact NOT – as falsely claimed all over the internet – kill her. It was her choice to follow him and mix those substances.

† REST IN PEACE MISS ELIZABETH

• Relationship Between WWE & Roman Reigns Isn’t Looking Good

Roman Reigns pulled out from facing Goldberg for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 36 due to concern for his health.

The Big Dog didn’t want to compromise his already weak immune system (due to battle with Leukemia in the past) during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier, we noted that Vince McMahon asked all wrestlers and commentators to stop mentioning Reigns on TV.

It looks like the relationship between Reigns and WWE isn’t good, as he isn’t being featured in the company’s Make-A-Wish campaign, which is one of the biggest campaigns they carry out.

The Wrestling Observer pointed out that Reigns isn’t featured in the latest Make-A-Wish video, that features all top stars. He was always the center of attention of those campaigns after John Cena.

In addition, WWE has removed him from all banners on their website, and replaced him with John Cena.

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