Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley: how many problems in WWE!

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Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley: how many problems in WWE!

In January former Renee Young, now Renee Paquette, gave an interview to Busted Open Radio saying, "Can you believe this is happening for Rhea Ripley? I can't believe it. She's amazing, she's just like this perfect package that she's ready to go.

She's young but she's so adaptable, I think she's amazing. I can't believe she's someone who could be lost in thin air for a second. " Also adding, "I want to see what they will do with this. Like we were saying with Rhea.

Sometimes you find yourself stuck fighting against the creative team and what other people's vision is for you, maybe. I know how it can be an uphill battle. But I think Nikki is so determined to do all the things her character wants to do.

I'm sure she has some kind of vision map at home, of the things she might like to do. So let's hope she gets to engage other people and bring to complete some of these things. " Despite the good performance of the wrestlers on the Raw roster at WWE Elimination Chamber, because in fact all the athletes present were from the red show, the great success that Bianca Belair is having and the compliments that seem to have been shot backstage after the last episode following the excellent contention between EST and Doudrop, someone is still not happy with how the whole situation is managed.

In his latest edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, journalist Dave Meltzer talked about all the booking of Raw's women's division, focusing more on what surrounds Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley, who seem stuck in this never-ending feud.

"I don't know what they're doing. It wasn't obvious looking at it. They had no one else to beat and they would have done it again. At this point, I can't see them doing it again, but ... Next Monday they can come.

and come up with, 'Hey, we want Rhea Ripley to get a win, who do we have to throw at her?"

Brock Lesnar reaches The Undertaker in a special record

In the last year, Brock Lesnar has returned in a truly bossy way to tread the rings of the McMahon company, grinding wins after victories, as only the Tribal Chief of Friday Night Smackdown has managed to do.

After his sensational return to the rings of the McMahon family in Summerslam, in the ppv of last summer, Brock Lesnar immediately set his eyes on the Universal title close to Roman Reigns, with the feud between the two that has been going on since then and which will culminate at Wrestlemania 38, where the two will stage a Champion vs Champion match, with a WINNER TAKES ALL.

After also winning the Elimination Chamber of the eponymous Arabian WWE ppv, Brock Lesnar then graduated once again WWE Champion, after reigning from Day One at the Royal Rumble, with Bobby Lashley interrupting his short reign only thanks to the attack behind organized by Paul Heyman and Roman Reigns in that of the Big Four in January.

Thanks to the victory in the Chamber, however, Brock Lesnar has managed to indelibly engrave his name once again in the history of WWE, re-entering a fairly restricted list of characters, who have won some particular contests in the same calendar year.

Thanks to the Twitter user, Adam O'Driscoll, we come to notice a particular list of athletes who would have won some very important WWE contests, in the same calendar year, to which of course the name of Brock Lesnar was also added.

after last Saturday's triumph. We are talking about the athletes who in the same year managed to win the Royal Rumble, the Elimination Chamber match and also took part in the Wrestlemania main event, all in the exact same stint of the same year.

Lesnar then joins the names of: Roman Reigns, The Undertaker, Triple H, John Cena, Shawn Michaels, Bianca Belair and Drew McIntyre. In fact, in the entire history of WWE, only 8 characters have succeeded in this feat, with Lesnar's palmares continuing to expand more and more, after the sensational interruption of the Deadman's Streak at Wrestlemania 30, which gave the way to all these records and firsts that Lesnar wanted to share with very few of his colleagues.