The Horsewomen Roles In WWE

For those who watch the WWE women’s matches they are familiar with Charlotte, who is the women’s champion. She now has got her old man to get out of the way.

Dana Brooke is also there to guard her back and hence, Charlotte has to face a tall order now. This is one among the faction of Four Horsewomen. It is known that UFC Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has had her own line of horsewomen. However, that is now in the past and it was not an official thing. The focus is now backing on to Charlotte. There are three roles that need to be filled out. If you look at Dana Brooke, she has been compared to Enforcer in the episode that took place on May 23. This possibility is intriguing, though Dana is yet to confirm whether she will take up the role. Many fans are hoping to see it happen.

Relation Between WWE And Ryback

Ryback is a wrestler of repute and fights like that between Ryback and Kalisto are what fans flock to see, either at the venue or on television.

The last fight had been held at AccorHotels Arena, which is in Paris. It was part of the tour of WrestleMania Revenge. This was also part of the WWE’s European tour. It took place on April 22nd, 2016.

Ryback had been scheduled to appear in Raw and he met Vince McMahon for which he left tapings of WWE. He was scheduled to appear in Battle Royal but his absence was noticed by many. Ryback contract and differences about it was cited to be the reasons for his absence. Ryback might be on his way out soon, but his options might be limited. There have been episodes which have highlighted how highly paid this superstar of WWE is. It is known that he enjoys $500,000 every year, which comes apart from bonuses. Ryback did lose out when he was down with a knee injury. However, Ryback can easily make it to the list of wrestlers in the world who are highly paid with names like Dean Ambrose and John Cena.

Rey Mysterio talks about decision to quit WWE

Months after he called it quits and ending his long association with the World Wrestling Association or the WWE – the premier professional wrestling promotion in the world, former WWE World Heavyweight champion Rey Mysterio appeared for an interview, where he talked about his career and what the future holds for him in the profession.

Mysterio was asked straight away about how his health was faring and about his decision to leave the promotion, to which he said that recent years hadn’t been as difficult as it had been at the beginning. But it is also a fact that he didn’t wrestle as much in the last few years than he did before.

According to him, during those years, they had WWE RAW and WWE Smack Down vying for supremacy as the bigger brand and the numbers were huge as well. He mentioned that they were working five days a week and it was taxing.

Daniel Bryan’s Career in WWE

The only unenviable task that the 2K does is getting the ratings of the WWE superstars accurately every year in their showpiece games.

WWE is a machine and it never stops because of innumerable reasons and is constantly moving. Most often the WWE universe achieves what it desires but eventually. One of the best examples of the fact that where the powers are, that be is Daniel Bryan who was getting the reaction from the crowd from all over the world that was gaining on the popularity he had. The fans were teased in a tactic for over seven months and it is called the slow burn.

Bryan saw discontent in all the arenas all over the world but he had to fight all that adversity but in the end, WWE made it look all pitch perfect and that gave Bryan the sendoff he deserved from WrestleMania XXX. They even put on him the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Jake Shields

Jake Shields, an American mixed martial artist, is currently wrestles in the welterweight category of the World Series of Fighting. He started amateur wrestling at the age of nine and competed in over 600 folk, freestyle and submission matches.

He also became a two time All American Wrestler from Cuesta College which placed him on 4th position at the state tournament in 177lb weight category in 1997 and at 3rd position in the 197lb weight category the following year.

Shields joined Chuck Liddell’s SLO Kickboxing Academy to begin his MMA training in 1999. But in 2001 after receiving a wrestling scholarship from San Francisco State University he started training with Cesar Gracie fight team. This resulted in drastic improvement in his jiu jitsu as he became a three time Grapplers Quest Advance Champion, Pan American Championships Jiu Jitsu Champion, Pan Am Open Advance Submission Champion, Gracie Open Superfight Champion and finished 3rd place at the ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship in 2005. He also went on to win Shooto World Mixed Martial Arts Championship and the Rumble on the Rock World Championship, Elite XC Welterweight Championship and Strikeforce Middleweight Championship.

Jake Shields joined Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on 23rd October 2010 and made a winning debut against Martin Kampmann at “UFC 121:Lesnar vs Velasquez”. After winning his 1st match Shields got his chance to face Georges St-Pierre for the UFC Welterweight Championship but failed in his attempt. He failed to pass a drug test at UFC 150 and was fined and suspended for nearly a year.

In April 2014, Jake Shields was released by UFC and he signed a multi-fight deal with World Series of Fighting (WSOF). He was expected to make his debut against Jon Fitch at WSOF 11 on 5th July but was forced out of the bout due to a shoulder injury. He is slated to make his 1st appearance at WSOF 14 against WSOF Canadian Welterweight Champion Ryan Ford on 11th October later this year.

Del Rio accuses Triple H of racism

Alberto Del Rio who left WWE earlier in the year after being suspended for hitting social media manager Cody Barbierri in the company in the face, after Barbierri is said to have made a racist joke at Del Rio accused WWE’s Executive Vice President Triple H for encouraging racism.

Del Rio in an interview with a magazine decided to dish out the dirt against WWE, saying that racism in the company goes all the way to the top of the ladder. The Hispanics and African Americans in the company are regularly being made fun of.

And in a report that came out in the media it emerged that one of those people guilty of making racist comments could well be Triple H. According to Del Rio, the member of WWE management who notified him of his release would often make racial jokes around employees. Del Rio also voiced his displeasure with this during their conversation, feeling that he should be setting a better example.

Alberto Del Rio also added that he always hear these racial comment from the member of WWE management as he is one of the most important people in this company so other employees hearing him making these comments also think they can do it.

Earlier AAA wrestler Myztetiz, formerly known as Sin Cara said that he was also subject to a lot of racism behind the scenes in WWE. He told that the ‘gringos’ in WWE could be very racist along with the bosses who also makes racial remarks. Myzteziz did not cite racism to be the reason for him being not successful in WWE, but feels that it created a bad environment for minorities. Ricardo Rodriguez the former WWE wrestler and Del Rio’s ring announcer also claimed that WWE officials made offensive comments about him and a lot other Mexican wrestlers

Alberto Del Rio has started to work for both AAA and Wrestle1 after being released by WWE.