WWE Star QUITS! Becky Lynch WrestleMania 36 Plans REVEALED?! | WrestleTalk News May 2019

WWE Star QUITS! Becky Lynch WrestleMania 36 Plans REVEALED?! | WrestleTalk News May 2019

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of the day: Who would you like to see face Becky Lynch
at WrestleMania 36 next year? We’ve got a packed show of news for you today, including
an update on The Man’s Mania 36 plans, a WWE sponsor unhappy about the Lars Sullivan
situation, and who is the latest name to quit the company? But first. It was a big day here in England yesterday,
as both Liverpool and Manchester City vyed to win the English Premier League in a sporting
game of football – that’s soccer for our American friends. Sadly for Liverpool, they
did not get enough men to do the goal points, and CITEH won the league because they did
do some goals and had more points… touchdown. And with WWE overseas in the UK for their
European Tour, Elias decided to take a shot at Liverpool failing once again to win the
football – by putting on a Man City shirt for the Liverpool crowd. It went down as well
as you would think. We now move on to some very sad news – as
veteran Mexican wrestler Silver King passed away on Saturday night at the age of 51 while
wrestling Juventud Guerrera at The Greatest Show Of Lucha Libre event in North London. In a video of the incident shared online,
Silver King’s troubles appear to begin after hitting Guerrera with a jumping clothesline
– which he followed up with a near fall, but then couldn’t get to his feet. Presumably
stalling for time and unaware of the seriousness of what was happening, Juvi worked the crowd,
before cutting the match short by pinning Silver King. It’s since been reported that Silver King
had suffered a heart attack – during the match. Silver King wrestled for WCW from 1997 to
2000 as part of the promotion’s world renowned cruiserweight division, won championships
in CMLL, AAA and All Japan Pro Wrestling, and starred alongside Jack Black in the comedy
film Nacho Libre. Our thoughts are with his family and friends. WWE have had a terrible slew of injuries as
of late, with Big E, Akam of AOP, Jeff Hardy, Nia Jax and more currently on the injured
shelf. But perhaps the most sad of all has now been revealed, with MizDad telling The
Jobbing Out Podcast that he suffered broken ribs at WrestleMania at the hands of THE BEST
IN THE WOOOOOOOORLD Shane McMahon. MizDad told the podcast that he was told before
the match not to get in the ring and just follow Shane McMahon’s lead. He is the best
in the world after all. However, like father like son, Shane changed his mind during the
match and told MizDad to get in the ring. Shane then gave MizDad some of his patented
Best in the World knees and broke one of MizDad’s ribs. He truly is the Best in the World. Someone else on that injured list is former
Bar member Sheamus. Sheamus hasn’t been on WWE TV since the Smackdown After Mania,
where he teamed with Cesaro and Drew McIntyre in a losing effort to New Day and reportedly
suffered a concussion. These reports were seemingly confirmed when his Bar tag team
was split when Cesaro was drafted to Raw in the somehow-still-ongoing Superstar Shake-Up
WHEN WILL YOU END? While there isn’t a tonne of news on when
Sheamus will return to the ring, Rajah are reporting that there is some concern backstage
in WWE that Sheamus could be “winding down his career in the near future”, with Sean
Ross Sapp of Fighful saying that there are people backstage who are amazed that Sheamus
is even still wrestling at this point considering his spinal stenosis injury. So that could mean that both Sheamus and MizDad
might not make it to WrestleMania 36, and there is a chance Lars Sullivan won’t either. Last week saw comments made by Lars Sullivan
from a body building message board in 2008 again brought to light. The comments, which
are incredibly hate-filled, racist, sexist and homophobic, have been brought to public
attention on several occasions before, however this time we’ve heard from WWE stars themselves
about the situation, with both Big E and Kalisto commenting on Twitter, and Sullivan himself
releasing a statement to Wrestling Inc saying, “There is no excuse for the inappropriate
remarks that I made years ago. They do not reflect my personal beliefs nor who I am today,
and I apologize to anyone I offended.” Which while rather generic, is better than Hulk
Hogan’s “sorry I got caught, brother” apology. Sullivan is currently on WWE’s European
tour, with no signs of his mega push coming to an end, and WrestleVotes reported last
week that WWE were going the Shaun of the Dead route: having a cup of tea while waiting
for all of this to blow over. Bryan Alvarez of Figure Four Online has also reported on
Wrestling Observer Live that Lars spoke to New Day in person and apologised for his comments. But there is someone that WWE will listen
to more than its wrestlers and fans when it comes to issues like this, and that’s corporate
sponsors. Last year WWE tried to name their WrestleMania
Women’s Battle Royal after former Women’s Champion The Fabulous Moolah, despite the
well-publicised dark history of abuse by Moolah and the negative connotations connected to
her name. However it wasn’t fan backlash that got the name changed to the WrestleMania
Women’s Battle Royal, but instead pressure from the event’s sponsor Snickers. And now one Reddit user has reached out to
Mars – the makers of Snickers – to alert them about Lars Sullivan’s comments, with the
company replying: “We learned of Lars Sullivan’s comments recently and share in your shock
and disgust. As a values-based company, we find his behavior abhorrent and unacceptable.
We have engaged the WWE to discuss this situation and seek to understand what actions they will
take to swiftly address this matter.” There has been no further comment from WWE
on the situation, and Bryan Alvarez has backed up WrestleVotes report, saying on an episode
of Wrestling Observer Live that WWE felt this was a “dead issue”. Someone who’s WWE future seems certainly
brighter is the current Raw and Smackdown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch. Despite many fans feeling that Charlotte Flair
is WWE’s favourite wrestler and the company favours blonde women over those who are not
blonde, it has been heavily reported by various outlets that Becky is Vince’s current golden
girl, with plans to have her as the face of the women’s division going forward – especially
with Ronda Rousey taking time away from the company to start a family. It’s also been
reported that Lynch might once again find herself in the main event of WrestleMania
next year when WWE sails the seven seas of WrestleMania 36. And yar har fiddley dee, who will Becky Lynch’s
opponent be? Well it had been reported that the three names lined up for Lynch at Mania
next year were Flair, a returning Ronda Rousey and Stephanie McMahon – because she invented
women’s wrestling, remember – however Dave Meltzer has now reported that while Lynch
is still set for a big match next year at Mania, it won’t be against any of those
names. It should also be noted that prior to WrestleMania,
Meltzer reported that WWE planned to have Lynch, Flair and Lacey Evans as the top three
stars in the women’s division in 2019 – which looks to be correct given the two title matches
at Money in the Bank this Sunday – so there could be a chance that Evans is being lined
up for Becky’s Mania match next year. However this is WWE in 2019, and plans are
changing on a weekly basis, so we can probably expect this to be a very different story when
WrestleMania 36 rolls around in 2020. And once Money in the Bank is out of the way,
there’s the small matter of WWE heading back to Saudi Arabia next month. Despite all the negative press the shows bring
the company, WWE is heading back to Saudi Arabia for their third show as part of the
10-year deal with the country. The as-yet-be-be-named show was very quietly
announced on Twitter and WWE’s website, with no storyline pushes for it on Raw or
Smackdown so far. Not only are WWE still unmoving in their relationship with Saudi Arabia, but
they’re also spending the big bucks to bring back Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker and Goldberg
for the show. And now according to WrestleVotes, we have
a name for the third Saudi show, which reportedly will be Sands of Time. Prince of Persia to
WWE confirmed! WWE’s relationship with Saudi Arabia has
come under a lot of scrutiny, from the country’s archaic treatment of women, the public beheadings,
and the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khasoggi last year. However it’s been
reported that WWE make so much money from these events – way more than they make for
WrestleMania – it’s highly unlikely that they will waver on their relationship. They’ll
just keep coming up with awful show names. Someone who could be at a future Saudi Arabia
show is former Impact World Champion Eli Drake. Drake was released from Impact Wrestling last
month, after Drake refused to do an intergender match with Tessa Blanchard at United We Stand
over WrestleMania weekend, and found himself in hot water following comments he made on
the Wrestling Perspective Podcast where he talked about his frustrations with the company
and his push. It’s now being reported by Sean Ross Sapp
of Fightful that WWE have interest in signing Eli Drake, noting that several people in the
company like his promo skills. According to Sapp, WWE were waiting for Drake to finish
up with Impact before approaching him, which means we could hear about him coming into
the company sooner rather than later. Drake had previously wrestled for NXT in 2013
as Slate Randall – and you thought Viking Experience was bad – but left after just one
year citing issues with then-head trainer Bill DeMott. Drake went to Impact Wrestling
where he became one of their biggest and most pushed acts. Someone who won’t be in NXT if Drake signs
there is Percy Watson. It was reported from the latest set of NXT TV tapings that Beth
Phoenix had replaced Watson on the commentary booth alongside Maruo Rannello and Nigel McGuiness,
but there was no reason given for Watson’s absence. It’s now being reported by Casey Michael
of Squared Circle Sirens that Percy Watson has actually quit the company, tweeting that,
“He wants to do acting and not be a commentator/personality/wrestler apparently.” Watson returned to NXT in 2016 as a commentator,
and has also provided colour commentary for 205 Live, Main Event and most recently World
Collide over WrestleMania weekend. He’s since been replaced on 205 Live by Aiden English,
and on Main Event by the likes of Sam Roberts and David Otunga. So yeah, David Otunga is
still employed with the company apparently. This weekend might see Money in the Bank on
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100 thoughts on “WWE Star QUITS! Becky Lynch WrestleMania 36 Plans REVEALED?! | WrestleTalk News May 2019

  1. So according to leftist sjw outrage culture lars Sullivan must be destroyed for comments he made 11 years ago
    Get fucked assholes

  2. Okay, let's knock this crap off. Lars Sullivan said that in 2008. Weather it was right or wrong, it was 2008. How many stupid things have all of us, said? Vince McMahon himself, has said and done so many stupid and offensive things, even towards God, more offensive than large Sullivan could ever say. So why are all of you guys being attacked? Why isn't somebody bringing your crap up and things you said and done, and condemning you? Because I can guarantee you that's some of the crap we all have said could come back to haunt us. So let's get off the dudes back and shut the hell up. The WWE is Not Innocent, nor will it ever be innocent. So people should back off and just shut up. And if people don't have a backbone and I have to pick on somebody for mistakes they've made, that he's obviously tried to make up for, then you guys are no better than him. God does not consider one sin bigger than the other. My lying or you're lying is no better than somebody murdering somebody in Cold blood. God considers them the same, and none of us are better than anyone else. So please, lay off. Everybody should back off, leave the dude alone, and shut the hell up, including the WWE. The place is a piece of trash anyway.

  3. Soccer is the worst sport. Nobody in the usa watches soccer. It's boring. Check the ratings in the usa . The only reason its watched in Europe is because they dont have real NFL football. Every time nfl has a game in London it sells out. Soccer is dumb

  4. Wrestletalk used to be an amazing channel years ago. Now it’s full of boring faggots who try too hard. I simply scrolled through the video and checked the comments to find the information I needed rather than watching this full crap.

  5. I want to see Lynch facing the customers at the pop corn line, that is where she belongs, she is clumsy, uncoordinated hack of a performer. she had her shinning moment, now it is time to move on. like the rest of the world have. so who should she face is…. do you want salt on the pop corn sir?

  6. The world of wrestling has been so crazy this week that this week's mecha news looked like it was ripped straight out of Wrestling Revolutions career mode

  7. I do enjoy Flair and Lynch wrestling skills but I also would love to see Ember and Asuka at the top too they are my favourite women wrestlers in wwe and what they are doing with them suck.

  8. WWE needs to get out of Saudi Arabia and their human rights violations.. we can not forget what they did to the journalist. and the way they hide their murders by killing those involved even though they were there on the Prices orders and how Trump did nothing to punish them as Trump loves their money

  9. Thst with Elias and the City shirt was so funny…..he could have just stood there and done nothing and would have been so over as a heel 🤣🤣🤣

  10. So WWE interested in Eli in part for his promo skills where if they hire him they will force him to do their scripted promos???????

  11. Lars’ comments were 11 years ago. Is there no statute of limitations with SJW’s? Oh wait, no. They’re blaming people today for things that happened a couple hundred years ago. Relax. He apologized. How many of you are still the same as you were 11 years ago?

  12. Oh great, Wrestletalk are full of soyboy weak crybaby libtards.
    See THIS is why I don't subscribe to them.
    EVERYONE is a racist, homophobic, etc.

  13. Some time in the near feature believe me:
    And now WWE presents the Greatest Great Balls Of Fire (from the beautiful and progressive city of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia)

  14. At 2:47,first time I've seen Shane in a tank top, no I did pay for that PPV, he looked good, but still hate his heel turn., saw it on YouTube and have to say that bit with Miz's dad was awful.

  15. On the WM36 rumur match, am I the only one who is sick and tired of Flair having title matches, especially at PPVs ? None of the other Women are being given chances at all !

  16. Lynch Vs Cross xD

    Maybe they will give us Lynch vs Asuka

    Or as MITB goes Bliss Vs Lynch

    Or teehee Lynch Vs Mandy xD



  18. I don't see how anybody over the age of 21 or up can be a fan of this crap! LOOK, I liked WWF. I liked it a lot & was a hardcore WCW fan until the Russo era. This new age flippy shit, poor selling to no selling, zero ability to cut breath taking promos and lack of characters make WWE a complete kiddy show! Every wrestler has 2 names! What are they UFC? Vince wishes! WWE has money.. So what!! I don't get any of it for watching! Annnnd i don't get a challenge seeing a non believable show that's more predictable than a Donald Trump speech. TREMENDOUSLY bad! Just bad! I'm talking Hillary Clinton falling down & being ill BAD! .. WWE .. Let it burn or go under! .. Sorry WRESTLERS. You guys there know it sucks! Some fantasy job where u control zero aspect of your character. Yeah real fucking amazing place there.

  19. If you hate to read I feel sorry for you! I know in 2019 people talk in memes and in 150 characters or less but that's why most people are illiterate and comprehension skills non existent. No wonder why those looooove WWE.

  20. Shayna Baszler makes sense for storyline reasons, have Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir in her corner and Bayley and Charlotte in Becky's corner.

  21. No chance in hell (lolz) will it happen but a pirate-themed Wrestlemania needs KAIRI SANE facing Becky Lynch for a title.

  22. You guys and other wrestling related content YouTubers have kept me going. I appreciate the long distance distractions. https://www.gofundme.com/3mqz4-help-in-time-of-need

  23. It makes me sick how people are thin skinned pussies and get offended over the wind blowing. Get over what someone said years ago and move on and keep your sissy ass out of my wrestling before you fuck thay up to. Get over the Saudi Arabia thing to. Don't give me thay women bullshit because they get paid for thay event also and don't even have to travel.

  24. The NFL is the singles biggest entity in America and yet people are still saying mania is a pirate theme. Even a person that has been living under a rock knows who the Tampa bay buccaneers are. Soccer blows btw

  25. I agree with WWE (rare). The Lars Sullivan issue is dead. Who cares? It was a long time ago. Get over it. Someone contacted Mars to tell them? Get a hobby.

  26. Damn these things keep getting longer. Remember when it was 4 maybe 5 minutes? Can't watch anymore. Unsubscribe.

  27. eli drake has already had a first apearance in a wwe ring years ago as a officer or a security guard i cant exactly remember wich one, and that being said wwe was interested in him at some point to get that small time spot

  28. It's kinda funny when you think about it with all the commotion going on about a 15 year old comment by Lars Sullivan but the WWE/Saudi Arabia connections that is tied closer, no problems with that. (about hate/sexist and homophobic topics)

  29. Nooooo I loved Percy Watson😪 I’m so sad right now. The NXT trio of announcers really added to the show this is terrible news

  30. I am announcing it here first: I refuse to sign with the WWE! I know Vince and HHH will be crying in their coffee now. So sad about the Silver King passing.

  31. Eli refusing a match with Tessa man I would love to get my hands on Tessa hint hint she is Hot

  32. Right, Evan's is very talented, and she's able to take herself far. She doesn't need Vince's Blonde favoritism to get ahead or she won't be loved organically. Shoving her down our throats isn't the way to PUSH people anymore MCMAHON. There are some damn talented ring workers who would show you something if you gave them a chance.
    DON"T book them, let them create themselves, (LIKE BECKY DID, dont forget, Vince had her tagged as a HEEL before the fans refused it and organically loved her as The Man shtick). or have a quality booker develop them. Like HHH. Bayley's a joke now, Sasha not happy and is an amazing heel, but you turn her and Bayley into this forced Hug and Boss connection thing. Ember Moon is fantastic, Asuka needs no explaining, Riot, Deville, etc. Evan's is a part of that too, but just main-eventing her suddenly to the top doesn't feel right.
    Whatever Vince, you go and fuck up WWE all you want, I hardly watch because of Vince anymore anyway. Until he leaves for XFL2 or is blown up in a Limo, all I need is youtube wrestling channels to tell me how bad it is right now to confirm is not worth coming back to.

  33. Sheamus should get one more big title run before he needs to retire due to his neck and spinal injury.

  34. Who would I like to see Becky Lynch face at Wrestlemania 36?

    Anyone but Charlotte!! I love Charlotte, but, WWE is doing the same thing with her as they did with John Cena and Roman Reigns. No matter how good they were in the ring, how nice they were outside the ring, or how often they beat the heel wrestler the fans eventually got sick of it. Same thing is happening with Charlotte now.

  35. On the topic of reparations he wasn't wrong there's a large number black conservatives that would back him up on it too.

    Black conservatives include:
    candace owens
    joel patrick
    brandon tatum
    anthony brian logan
    jermain botsio
    hotep jesus
    terrance k. williams
    will johnson
    leo dunson
    amazing lucas
    kevin's corner
    james t harris
    david harris jr
    megan harris
    the hayes brothers
    the hodge twins and many more seen in the link below

  36. Heres how the taker/goldberg will end golberg goes for spear lights go out come back on two piles of dust lay in the middle of the ring…seeing these two are dinosaurs..lmao

  37. I wonder if The Beckster vs Gail Kim at WM 36 would be a possibility. I'd watch a dream match like that

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