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WWE’s 2 Female Wrestlers Might Have Squashed Their Heat

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• WWE’s 2 Female Wrestlers Might Have Squashed Their Heat

There have been rumors of current SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and RAW Superstar Alexa Bliss having heat between them for years.

Back in 2014, Alexa broke her nose during a match with Sasha, and there have been rumors of heat between them ever since.

Later, Alexa & Sasha worked very stiff with each other during a match in 2015 and during a brawl in 2017.

Later during interviews, Sasha revealed that there are some people in WWE that she doesn’t like. When asked if she would like to work with Alexa, Sasha replied “not really”.

However, it looks like the heat between them has ended.

During a recent interview with Stephanie Chase, Sasha was asked who she would like to team up with now that she’s no longer friends with Bayley on WWE programming.

Here’s what The Boss said:

“I would have to choose Alexa Bliss. She is so cute.”

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• Former WCW Cruiserweight Champion Celebrates His Birthday

Former WCW Cruiserweight Champion “Oklahoma” Ed Ferrara celebrates his 54th birthday today.

From mid-1998 till the fall of 1999, he helped Vince Russo to write storyline ideas, some of which actually made it to television.

In the October 1999, World Championship Wrestling management falsely assumed that both Russo & Ferrara were to credit for the World Wrestling Federation’s recent success, and signed them both to contracts, failing to realize that only around 20% of Russo’s (and Ferrara’s) ideas were used, while around 80% never made it into a script for TV.

After his WCW stint, during which he won the Cruiserweight Championship from Madusa, Ed joined Total Nonstop Action for a while in 2002 as a color commentator, but soon left the promotion over financial troubles.


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