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WWE Teases Unification Of The WWE Championship & Universal Championship

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• WWE Teases Unification Of The WWE Championship & Universal Championship

Instead of directly announcing something, WWE sometimes tests the waters by teasing it on Social Media.

During the latest episode of WWE’s After The Bell podcast, Corey Graves asked NXT Commentator Vic Joseph to give a bold prediction for 2022.

Vic said he thinks we’ll see the unification of the Universal Championship (currently held by Roman Reigns) and the WWE Championship (currently held by Brock Lesnar).

Corey then made his own prediction for 2022 – Brock Lesnar vs. Bobby Lashley.

WWE posted this clip on Twitter to see the response from the fans.

Below are some of the replies from the fans:

“I don’t think I’d be upset with a heavyweight title unification. I sometimes find it too much have 2 ‘heavyweight’ championships, have 1 champion will be the Undisputed champ and can show up on RAW and SmackDown.”

“One World Champion across two brands can even help elevate the Intercontinental and United States Titles as well.”

“Unification is saying ‘we’re struggling bad’. After cutting Dozens of Pro’s in this past year.

It sends the same Message WCW did in its last 5 years as they slowly became a place you wanted to go into a place you went if ECW or Japan wasn’t an option.

It says VKM is weak”

“Bobby Lashley vs Brock Lesnar should happen in 2022. As far as unifying the Universal Championship and the WWE Championship, that has always been stupid, and is still…………STUPID! Both shows deserve a World Champion. If they do this, I will stop watching.”

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• Old School WCW Valet Celebrates Her Birthday

Old School WCW Valet “The Diamond Doll” Kimberly Page (Real name: Kimberly Lynne Bacon) celebrates her 52nd birthday today.

Kimberly joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1994 as The Diamond Doll, the on-screen valet for her real-life husband Diamond Dallas Page.

She continued to manage DDP until she turned on him in the main event of the WCW Spring Stampede 2000 PPV and joined Eric Bischoff’s & Vince Russo’s New Blood faction in the process.

Kimberly stayed with the company for a few more weeks her heel turn, before she left WCW for good.

DDP and her eventually divorced in 2005.


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