The Deadman has not wrestled since appearing at Crown Jewel in a tag team match last November.

 » The WWE is in full-blown WrestleMania mode as the company hypes up to the 35th edition of the Grandest Stage of Them All. Let’s take a look at the rumours floating around the industry today: 3 Vince McMahon cutting a promo on Raw Finn Balor to appear as the Demon at WrestleMania 35 Although the WWE doesn’t have much time left to build a new feud, it seems like Finn Balor is getting one.

Balor dropped the Intercontinental title to Bobby Lashley on Raw and now promotional material for WrestleMania shows Balor in his Demon paint. Could it be Demon Vs Phenom? WrestleMania ad from WWE Network.

Hello, Demon. pic.twitter.com/D7ETQtNJ4L — WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) March 14, 2019 /**/ /**/ Undertaker’s role still not set for WrestleMania Speaking of the Phenom, The Undertaker has also been used on recently released promotions, but Cageside Seats says WWE haven’t finalised a match for the 53-year-old. The Deadman has not wrestled since appearing at Crown Jewel in a tag team match last November.

3 The Undertaker has been on the verge of retirement for years now Jeff Jarrett set for a push behind the scenes? According to the Wrestling Observer, Jeff Jarrett is set to become a very influential member of the WWE creative team. Jarrett was originally hired as a backstage producer and it’s expected that the recently returned Bruce Prichard is still going to be the very top man in creative, though.www.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/

Of course, Vince McMahon still has the final say. LATEST WWE NEWS ‘I’m obligated’ Batista called Undertaker before Goldberg disaster in Saudi Arabia denied News on rumoured backstage bust-up between Undertaker and Goldberg at Super ShowDown rumour round-up WWE gossip column: Jon Moxley Vs Kenny Omega battle at All Out, RAW update call it quits, Mark Why Undertaker should have retired from WWE years ago Rumour round-up WWE gossip column: Two superstars on hiatus, Mysterio return date revealed BREAKING The 8 competitors for Progress Wrestling’s 2019 Natural Progression Series! rumours John Cena drops fresh retirement hint, Sasha Banks likes anti-RAW tweet, plus more Boss time WWE fans are worried after Sasha Banks likes tweet destroying Raw and SD Live WWE delighted with recent Ronda Rousey work WWE wants promos to be more ‘reality-based’ moving forward in light of Ronda Rousey’s success, says Dave Meltzer. “The company believes it’s been a huge success in the sense people actually buy [Ronda] Rousey being an enemy of the state based on her saying wrestling is a scripted world.” 3 Ronda Rousey is getting rave reviews backstage Plans changing for Asuka at WrestleMania 35 A few weeks back, many sources cited that Lacey Evans would face Asuka for the SmackDown Live Women’s title at WrestleMania, but those plans have reportedly changed.

Wrestling Inc is suggesting that Asuka defend against Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville in a triple-threat as tension has been teased between Fire & Desire.  »  » 1 Meet three members of Team GB’s Olympic boxing squad, who could punch their way to the top at the Games this summer LUKE CAMPBELL (left) Age 25 World ranking 3 (Bantamweight 56kg) Just missed out on selection for Beijing in 2008, but made up for it later that year by becoming the first boxer since 1961 to win a European Championships gold medal for Great Britain. A hand injury then kept him out of the ring for 10 months, but he returned to go 23 fights unbeaten and last year won a silver medal at the World Championships to secure his place in the squad for London 2012.

DID YOU KNOW? Campbell paid his own way to train at Freddie Roach’s Wild Card gym in Los Angeles and Gleason’s Gym in New York, where the likes of Jake LaMotta, Roberto Duran and Mike Tyson once plied their trade. “I wanted to experience tough gyms where champions have come from,” he says.

NICOLA ADAMS (centre) Age 29 World ranking 2 (Flyweight 51kg) The Leeds-born boxer has been learning her craft for 11 years, becoming the first English female to win a medal in a major tournament when she won silver at the 2007 European Championships.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiki-taka Now a two-time world silver-medallist, having taken second prize in 2008 and 2010, the 5ft 3ins boxer is bidding to become one of the first female Olympic boxing medallists after the IOC voted to lift the barrier to the last all-male summer sport in 2009.

DID YOU KNOW? She’s suffered nothing worse than a fractured knuckle and a broken thumb over her years in the ring, and has no fear – whoever she’s up against. “I just go in thinking they’ve got two arms and two legs, same as me,” she says. “The worst that can happen is you’re gonna lose.” ANTHONY JOSHUA (right) Age 22 World ranking 3 (Super heavyweight 91kg) Big Josh, as he’s known to teammates, is the phenomenon of the GB Boxing camp.

The 6ft 6ins fighter only donned a pair of boxing gloves for the first time four years ago, but rapidly rose through the ranks, becoming a national champ in 2010. After reaching the quarter finals of the 2011 Europeans, Joshua was promoted to the GB Podium squad and proved his worth with a silver medal at the 2011 worlds, thus grabbing his spot at the Olympics. DID YOU KNOW?

Joshua was arrested for possession of cannabis last year, but says: “It forced me to grow up and respect my responsibilities. I wasn’t with the best group of people, but now I go running on Saturday nights – not clubbing.” Sarah Shephard @sarahsportmag  « 

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