Ronda Rousey Attends NXT Event, Robbie E Injured, Sasha Banks
Sunday, November 12, 2017
As reported earlier in the week, Ronda Rousey is now seriously training for an upcoming match at Wrestlemania involving the Four Horsewomen of MMA and WWE. She has reportedly been training with Brian Kendrick in California lately, so perhaps it's no surprise that she was recently spotted at an NXT live event in Riverside, California. Rousey posed for photos with some fans, as well as Mae Young Classic winner Kairi Sane. Ronda Rousey is reportedly getting closer to wrestling for WWE with each passing day. It is also rumored that Rousey could wrestle for WWE again in a singles match after the planned Horsewomen vs. Horsewomen match at Wrestlemania.
Injuries are commonplace in professional wrestling, and Robbie E received a rather gruesome one during a match at a recent independent show. Robbie revealed that he busted his nose during the match, and he also lost two teeth during the match, but luckily for him, there was a dentist in the crowd. The dentist even repaired his teeth late in the night. Tommy Dreamer later offered to pay those who helped fix Robbie's injury before Road Dogg did the same. It looks like Robbie E is now fully healed from the injury that he suffered in the match. A couple of photos of the injury and late night dental surgery can be found down below:
The Women's Revolution in WWE has undoubtedly been a tremendous success so far. The women in WWE are regularly featured in outstanding matches each week, but there is one accolade that the women of WWE have yet to achieve: headlining Wrestlemania with a match. Sasha Banks recently spoke with the Hindustan Times about the possibility of closing out Wrestlemania one year. Banks acknowledges that the biggest goal in her career is to headline the annual event and she believes that she is ready to undertake this task. Banks said, “My main goal is to feature in the main event of Wrestlemania. It is the biggest dream of any WWE wrestler and although there has never been an all-woman main event, I think it is about time. We have already done great things like the Money in the Bank this year and it is my goal to create history by headlining the biggest show of the company.”