Ember Moon Documentary, Hogan/Sting News, Enzo Wants Neville Back
Sunday, January 7, 2018
Ember Moon has had an incredible journey in WWE so far, and she is also the current NXT Women's Champion. On the most recent edition of NXT, WWE premiered a very special documentary detailing Ember's time in the company. It goes over her attempts to join WWE, as well as her pursuit for the NXT Women's Championship. The documentary is a fascinating look at one of the brightest young stars in the entire WWE women's division. Fortunately, WWE has released the full documentary on their YouTube channel. Please feel free to check out the video posted down below to get a great look at the woman known as Ember Moon.
Hulk Hogan and Sting were once rivals when they worked in WCW and TNA Wrestling, but it was recently announced that they would both be reuniting at the ACE Comic Convention in Arizona very soon. Fans will be able to get the chance to meet to two wrestling icons very soon, but it appears as though the two have decided to cut some promos on each other prior to the convention. The videos have definitely provided a fun bit of nostalgia for fans of the classic NWO vs. Sting feud. The two will be available for a meet-and-greet on January 15th. In addition to Hogan and Sting, names such as Jimmy Hart, Eric Bischoff, and Torrie Wilson will also be appearing at the event.
After holding the Cruiserweight Championship for most of 2017, it looks as though Neville will not be returning to WWE after all. His final opponent in WWE was the current Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore, and despite defeating him to win the title, Amore recently revealed that he actually hopes that Neville will return to WWE. Enzo told The Sun, "I hope Neville comes back and we feud. I have never seen a guy work like he does.” Enzo Amore put over the work ethic of the former NXT Champion while also admitting that he would love to have another match with him at some point down the road. Since Neville has not been released from WWE as of yet, hopefully, Neville and WWE can make amends sooner rather than later.