WWE Update about the US Title and Paige punished for the ‘f-bomb’?
John Cena’s much-hyped hiatus created a lot of problems in the officials as the US title hangs in the balance.
As per the reports, WWE officials are still in confusion who should be given the title after Cena is gone for the time-off. According to them, they want to keep the title with someone who is in the upper card level and with the capability to defend the title on a weekly basis much like Cena.
They want to keep the title on the upper card so that Cena can start a feud after his return. Though the star is not still finalized yet. The likeliest scenario is to give it to Ziggler as the backstage inputs are also insisting on it. It’s the best alternative as he is a workhorse and have the capability to match up it with Cena’s resilience. And also after Cena’s return feud does not need to be built up for this scenario.
Paige punished for ‘f-bomb’?
Hell in a cell supposedly was to be a triple threat tag team match featuring Nikki Bella, Paige and the current champion Charlotte. But the scenario has been changed as Paige embraced herself by an ‘f-bomb’ controversy scenario and landed on being the bad book of the WWE officials. Recently Paige used the f*** word during a Q&A session on Facebook ousting herself from the match due to some backstage heat coming her way and it’s officially a one-on-one match at HIAC.
WWE is seriously concerned about the fact that it’s not the first time Paige has used the f-word. Previously she interrupted an interview of Seth Rollins by the same dreaded f-word which is enough to match up her as an ‘anti-diva’ kind of thing. So her removal from the match is supposed to be repercussion for her mistakes if rumors are true.
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