Yesterday, WWE announced the Fabulous Moolah Memorial Battle Royal which will feature wrestlers from all three brands even though some fans question the decision to name the event after her. Becky Lynch told Sportskeeda that Moolah was the obvious choice because of her notoriety in wrestling.
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He continued: "I think Guardiola is someone with weak self-confidence, who will do anything to disguise that from people". And right in the first season we had far, far more muscle injuries than in the successful 2012/13 season before.
The only women we know won't be in the match are WWE SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair and Asuka, as the two already have a championship match set on the card.
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The source went on to add, "They have insane work schedules that would put pressure on any relationship". He said: "When Life throws you lemons, catch em so they don't hit you in the f*****g face".
The Superstars of Raw, SmackDown and WWE NXT's Women's divisions will have the chance to make history yet again when they compete in the inaugural Fabulous Moolah Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 34. Women are getting opportunities they have never gotten before and that trend will carry over into this year's WrestleMania. This is a ideal move to allow the women on the roster that won't be in singles or tag matches a spot on the card and continues the women's evolution and what it stands for. It seems likely the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal will be moved to the kickoff show to make room for The Fabulous Moolah Memorial Battle Royal because it deserves as many eyes seeing it as possible given how it's a first-time match. "That's why the Battle Royal is being named after her", said Lynch.
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