‘The Nightmare’ Rhea Ripley will be in singles action at WWE Hell In A Cell, as she defends her title against ‘The Queen’ Charlotte Flair.
The multiples of three continue for WrestleMania Backlash as an originally planned singles match will now be a triple threat.
A big statement was made at the end of the Raw Women’s Championship match last night, as a former title holder returned to the red brand.
We can expect more WrestleMania announcements on WWE Raw tonight, and one of them may involve a potentially returning star.
Charlotte Flair has confirmed that the reason for her recent absence from WWEtelevision is down to her contracting COVID-19 and needing to self-isolate.
Charlotte Flair has been signed to star in a reboot of a popular movie that previously starred Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in a previous version almost 20 years ago.
Charlotte Flair may have challenged Asuka to a match at WrestleMania, but having not been on WWE Raw for two weeks ‘The Empress Of Tomorrow’ may not be cleared in time.
Lacey Evans announced on Raw that she is pregnant. It seems that this pregnancy existing reality and within WWE storylines.
Whilst The Queen acknowledges that Ronda Rousey could add to the women’s division in WWE, she doesn’t see a return being necessary.
Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax teased a rematch with Charlotte Flair and Asuka for the WWE Women’s Tag Titles on Monday’s episode of WWE Raw.
It seems that being a Grand Slam champion isn’t enough for The Queen, as she’s looking at her return to WWE as a fresh start.
Charlotte Flair has become the first WWE star to sign up with prominent sports agency, VaynerSports. Could this be the next step in the ongoing commercial battle brewing between WWE and their stars?
Charlotte Flair will be out of action for a year according to recent reports. This could even mean an absence that lasts beyond WrestleMania 37.
Sonya Deville chimes in on a hot topic surrounding the women of WWE…
After being written off television following an attack from Nia Jax on WWE Raw, Charlotte Flair is facing a lengthy spell out of action.