WWE has announced that they’ll be celebrating Women’s Evolution Week over the next seven days. Here’s the announcement from WWE’s official website:
“Five years ago on July 13, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks arrived to Raw, signaling a change for women’s wrestling in WWE. In honor of this landmark night in sports-entertainment history, WWE will celebrate Women’s Evolution Week on its digital and social channels all this week.”
“Check back with WWE’s digital platforms each day this week for exciting looks back at landmark Women’s division moments in WWE, the trailblazing Superstars who paved the way and what lies ahead for the intrepid female competitors of the future.”
To kick off the celebration, WWE posted a video of the top debuts during the Women’s Evolution.
For fans of Undertaker: The Last Ride, more content is reportedly on the way. According to Steve Coulson of WWE Network News, additional footage from the popular miniseries will debut on July 19th in a video titled, “Undertaker: The Last Ride – Tales From The Deadman.” No further details are available at this time.
Lana posted a video to her YouTube account in which she shares an update about her parents, who have tested positive for COVID-19. Lana says her mom and dad are doing much better. She also thanks the fans for their support.
In a preview of the newest WWE Chronicle, Jeff Hardy discusses how he’s changing his style. The episode is available now on WWE Network.
In a Twitter post, WWE NXT UK superstar Amir Jordan shared that he’s recently gotten married.
Married Man. ? #LockedDowninLockdown pic.twitter.com/S3YZFtExxk
— Amir Jordan عامر جورڈن (@iamamirjordan) July 11, 2020
Speaking of marriage, Chelsea Green revealed that she and Matt Cardona, formerly known as WWE superstar Zack Ryder, have postponed their wedding until 2021.
Lastly, in the latest edition of WWE List This!, you can learn 30 facts about WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman.
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