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UFC 257, including an update on the business of the show and television viewership, plus full coverage of what could end up as the biggest show of the year, and was one of the biggest PPV events in history.
2021 Royal Rumble, people rumored to be in that won't be, others that could be, and thoughts on the build and the matches.
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TUESDAY NEWS UPDATE
- There was an angle on last night’s Raw where Sheamus turned against WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. Sheamus laid out McIntyre with a Brogue Kick and then did an interview saying that McIntyre isn’t his friend anymore and he wants the WWE Championship. McIntyre later accepted Sheamus’ challenge for a WWE Championship match, but when Sheamus will be challenging for the title hasn’t been announced.
- Sheamus tweeted today: “Dry your tears. A Clash of Nations bigger than any friendship is... inevitable. 20 years of brotherhood in combat was always leading to this moment. Be prepared. The Brogue is battle proven far superior to The Claymore. So dig deeper... history is written by the victor.”
- John Cena appeared virtually on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night while wearing his Peacemaker costume from the HBO Max series he’s currently filming. Cena was asked if he’ll be back with WWE: “Yeah, I will. Unfortunately, the state of the world -- I'm not sitting there on the couch next to you -- it's a difficult and unpredictable time and right now, I'm doing this. I'm filming Peacemaker and that's going to take a lot of my time. And I can't bounce back and forth due to international restrictions. So at least for the time being, I'm here and I’m still away from WWE, but I very much look forward to returning as soon as I possibly can."
- Bianca Belair spoke to Complex about becoming the second Black person to win a Royal Rumble match (The Rock was the first in 2000); “It's crazy. I didn't know that fact until I got backstage and Kayla [Braxton] actually told me. It's crazy that I never ever saw myself being in this position and I'm here now and creating history in the process of just trying to be me and trying to go after my goals and in the process I'm creating history. Being a part of representation, it's an amazing feeling. It's one thing to win the Royal Rumble and get your tickets to WrestleMania, but it's another thing to add even more purpose to it while you're doing it. It's amazing.”
- In celebration of Black History Month, Belair posted a photo of her and Montez Ford dressed up as astronauts Mae Jemison and Guion Bluford Jr. Belair wrote: “This year for #BlackHistoryMonth we wanted to highlight some individuals that contributed to Black History & Culture in a fun way! We have been working on this for awhile so we can dress up, highlight, & post a new person everyday! Hope you enjoy! #RepresentationMatters”
- The episode of Steve Austin's Broken Skull Sessions with Sasha Banks as the guest will premiere on the WWE Network this month. WWE 24: Big E and The Day Of: Royal Rumble 2021 are also coming to the WWE Network this month, along with a series called “Ultimate Elimination Chamber.” Thirteen more episodes of WWF Superstars will be uploaded as this month’s classic content.
- Randy Orton tweeted about Austin not having him on as a guest yet: “I think it’s f*cked up @steveaustinBSR hasn’t had me on yet. Baddest mfer to lace a pair of boots and prob one of the top GOATS of all time. Real talk. Where you at Steven?” Austin then responded to Orton: “Patience, Randall. Patience.”
- Austin surprised NFL star George Kittle while Kittle was appearing on ESPN’s First Take this morning.
- WWE released the trailer for their Untold episode on The APA that debuts on the WWE Network this coming Sunday.
- PWInsider reported that Sunday’s men’s Royal Rumble match was produced by a team that included Shane McMahon, Jason Jordan, Jamie Noble, and others and the women’s Royal Rumble match was produced by a team that included Adam Pearce, TJ Wilson (Tyson Kidd), Pat Buck, and others.
- Booker T confirmed that AQA (Angela Quentina Arnold) has signed with WWE. Dave Meltzer reported last month that AQA has signed with WWE and is part of the next class of Performance Center recruits. AQA was trained by Booker T at his Reality of Wrestling school and is a two-time former Reality of Wrestling Diamonds Division Champion.
- WWE has filed a trademark for Dante Rios, which is the name independent wrestler Daniel Garcia used for his match against Tyler Rust on NXT last week.
- Mustafa Ali responded to a question about why he didn’t get a RETRIBUTION name: “Because the name ‘Mustafa Ali’ is already scary to some people.”
- Joaquin Wilde announced the birth of his daughter: “Say hello to my daughter, Raquel Marlena Paris aka Raqi. She was born Jan 30, 2021 at 9:30 am. Pretty sure i cried more than she did when she was finally came out.”
- “Save Your Tears” by The Weeknd is an official theme song of WrestleMania 37. The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” was also the theme of last year’s WrestleMania.
- Edge will be the guest on this Thursday’s episode of Corey Graves’ After the Bell podcast.
- Renee Paquette and Emilio Sparks reacted to the Royal Rumble on this week’s edition of Paquette’s Oral Sessions podcast.
- WWE has reached 10 million followers on TikTok.
- WWE’s YouTube channel uploaded Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman in a Last Man Standing match from the August 7, 2017 episode of Raw, Reigns vs. Strowman from the March 20, 2017 episode of Raw, and Reigns vs. Strowman from the October 12, 2015 episode of Raw.
- Pluto TV has launched a pro wrestling channel, with IWTV announcing a new distribution partnership with Pluto TV. Pluto TV is free to watch.
- ROH uploaded the latest episode of ROH Week By Week. It was announced that Tracy Williams vs. Cheeseburger (as The World Famous CB) in a Pure Rules match will air on the ROH TV episode that premieres this weekend.
- Post Wrestling’s Andrew Thompson interviewed Brody King.
- Jordan Oliver facing a member of the SENTAI Death Squad has been added to this week’s MLW Fusion.
- AEW referee Aubrey Edwards noted that she’s reached 400 days alcohol-free.
- Denise Salcedo uploaded an interview with Matt Cardona.
- While appearing on The Angle podcast, Nick Aldis gave an update on the return of NWA content: "I tend to try to avoid vague promises because I've seen too many times people go down that road and ultimately, it never meets expectations. Instead of saying, 'I think you'll see NWA Powerrr return at this point.' I think you will see an announcement as to the future and return of NWA content within the next month or two. Obviously, I'm more deeply involved than most, but I'm not an owner. I'm confident that by the spring, you'll know when and where you can see the NWA again. I'm very ready and so are the NWA wrestlers. We're ready to come back and deliver.”
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