Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Sports

Former Women’s Champion Accuses Asuka of Ruining New Look on WWE SmackDown

Damage CTRL and Bayley (Via WWE/Twitter)

Naomi made a comeback to WWE on January 27, impressively lasting over an hour in the Women’s Royal Rumble Match but getting eliminated by Jade Cargill. Despite a tough run in the Women’s Elimination Chamber Match, she finds herself in a feud with Damage CTRL, despite Bianca Belair’s advice to stay clear of Bayley’s issues.

In a recent episode of WWE SmackDown, IYO SKY defeated Naomi with interference from Damage CTRL. Asuka, part of the heel faction, attacked Naomi post-match, spitting green mist on her and causing Naomi to express her frustration on social media, claiming Asuka ruined her new look on the show.

Naomi (Via WWE/Twitter)

Former WWE manager Dutch Mantell shared insights on Naomi’s current booking, suggesting that Triple H might have plans for her in the future. While Naomi isn’t scheduled for WrestleMania XL yet, Mantell believes WWE is testing the waters with the Bianca Belair storyline before potentially giving Naomi a significant role on TV.

Bianca Belair, a popular superstar, could potentially team up with Naomi to challenge The Kabuki Warriors for the Women’s Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania XL. The future holds uncertainties for Naomi, but her resilience and potential partnership with Belair could lead to exciting developments in the WWE women’s division.

You May Also Like

Politics

Everyone anticipated it: the debate question regarding Bernie Sanders allegedly questioning whether a woman could win the presidency during a 2018 meeting with Elizabeth...

Politics

A recent study has highlighted the stark difference in administrative costs between the U.S. and Canadian healthcare systems, revealing that the U.S. spent more...

Business

Walmart is testing a modest increase in minimum wage alongside a new flexible workflow model in a few hundred of its stores. Specifically, in...

World

Teenagers took the reins at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this year, where Swedish activist Greta Thunberg headlined a TIME panel discussing...