Kevin Owens has made it widely known that he wants to make a WrestleMania moment by climbing and jumping off the famous pirate ship at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida, home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League. However, this desire seems highly unlikely to be carried over to social media via Twitter, Owens stated that he has his doubts about scaling the massive structure. This is due to the way the WrestleMania 37 set has been constructed. Owens’ own words on Twitter said it all when he said: “This is going to be quite a challenge …” Kevin Owens disrespected this great AEW name backstage.
Members of the WWE Universe took to Twitter to respond to Owens’ post and express their opinion on it. @ FournierCarol1 echoed Owens’ own misgivings by stating, “Yeah … that’s too high man. Even if I jumped from the top of the LED (which is the bottom of the pot) … I’d still be too high tall and he would probably kill himself. You’re not God. Foley is God. ” Where, as @BrothaMonty proclaimed: “Don’t do anything in a hurry and jump off the boat … actually … do it … just don’t die for us Kevin hahaha.”
In a separate tweet, Owens addressed former rival and AEW star Chris Jericho and mentioned Owens as one of his favorite WrestleMania opponents, to which Owens tweeted: ““ Shawn Michaels and Kevin Owens ”is also the response to“ Who are your 2 favorite fighters? “If someone asked my mom that question. Well, her first response would probably be ‘Quoi? J’comprends pas … Terry, qu’y dit?’ because she doesn’t speak English. ‘
Owens will face Sami Zayn, with Logan Paul in his corner on night two of WrestleMania. WrestleMania 37 is scheduled to take place as a two-night event on April 10-11, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Kevin Owens told this WWE writer to “bury” one of the main stars of Smackdown.
This will be quite a challenge … https://t.co/8EztIWC7rm
– Kevin (@FightOwensFight) April 8, 2021
“Shawn Michaels and Kevin Owens” is also the answer to “Who are your 2 favorite fighters?” if someone asked my mom that question.
Well, your first response would probably be “Quoi? J’comprends pas … Terry, what did you say? “because he doesn’t speak English.
Anyway, thanks Chris! https://t.co/fpUHmgJRcv
– Kevin (@FightOwensFight) April 8, 2021
Vince McMahon fires two big names in WWE
WWE fired Director of Talent Relations Nicole Zeoli, who worked for the company for 11 years and took over as Director in 2018. A WWE diva leaked a “banned” photo of Vince McMahon.
John Cone has been fired as Senior Manager of the Talent Relations Department. He still has a job as a referee. PWInsider broke the news of these layoffs.
Vince McMahon praised WWE management during today’s earnings call: “Like any other form of entertainment or sport, we came out of COVID. At first, we were in survival mode, but we found a new life. Sure, we saw this as an opportunity to rethink the way we do business and open what I call a WWE treasure chest. The only way to do that is by having the best management team in WWE history.
We have that team. A team that is innovative, a team that drives revenue, and has reorganized our company in a more efficient way to take advantage of new revenue streams, new online platforms, new consumer products, new content creation, and new opportunities to expand our portfolio. of media rights worldwide. I’m always excited about our business and I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited than I am right now. “
Stephanie McMahon posts a photo of a ’embarrassing’ diva
Stephanie McMahon apologized to Mickie James, retweeting her embarrassing photo showing the garbage bag sent to her after her firing. Triple H fired an employee for the photo.
Stephanie said: “@MickieJames, I am ashamed that you or anyone else is treated this way. I apologize personally and on behalf of @WWE. The person in charge is no longer in our company ”.
WWE also fired Samoa Joe last week. Sean Waltman said on his Pro Wrestling 4 Life podcast: “Yes, [Samoa Joe] sure, ”Waltman said. “People are discouraged. I also. The thing is, this is Samoa Joe man. He’s a leading player anywhere as far as I’m concerned, and it opens up a lot of possibilities. I can’t wait to see where it ends. “
“I could see ROH. It has a history with ROH and even Impact. I guess it depends on what they offer. Here’s the thing, they released a dozen people or whatever at once. Some people might think, “Well, you put excess talent on the market,” but there is no excess talent like Samoa Joe on the market, no matter how many people are released. “
WWE also fired Peyton Royce, Billie Kay, Bo Dallas, Mojo Rawley, and many others last week.
. @ MickieJames I am ashamed that you or anyone else is treated this way. I apologize personally and on behalf of @WWE. The person in charge is no longer in our company. https://t.co/nvN4WsKC0I
– Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) April 23, 2021
WWE Drop Huge Chris Jericho announcement
Current AEW star and former WWE Superstar Chris Jericho is arguably one of the most accomplished and popular professional wrestlers to ever set foot inside the squared circle. He has competed in various promotions such as WCW, WWE, ECW, New Japan Pro Wrestling and AEW among others. Chris Jericho could also meet a recently fired WWE Superstar.
According to PWInsider, Chris Jericho had a show on WWE Network called Living with Chris Jericho it has now been added to the Peacock library.
The ephemeral Living with Chris Jericho The WWE Network show has been added to Peacock’s library. It can currently only be found on the Chris Jericho themed carousel on the main page.
The WWE 365 dA documentary series has also been added to the streaming service.
A&E is running multiple reruns of its Biography: Stone Cold Steve Austin documentary and the first episode of WWE’s Most Wanted Treasured throughout the weekend, leading up to new Biography Episode 2: Roddy Piper and Treasures.
The third episode of WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures will feature Jerry Lawler in search of his debut crown and robe, as well as items related to his feud with the late Andy Kaufman.
Drake Maverick and Killian Dain impromptu therapy session: What’s NeXT, April 22, 2021