Jim Ross says WWE women wouldn’t be headlining WrestleMania if it wasn’t for Ronda Rousey

It’s widely expected that the main event match of this year’s WrestleMania will be a women’s match for the first time in WWE history.

Becky Lynch is currently facing Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women’s Championship at The Showcase of the Immortals, but Charlotte Flair is expected to soon be added to make this match a triple threat.

This match has been rumoured to happen for several months now, but the pieces are finally being put together now as WWE enters WrestleMania season. Some people have made bold claims about the reason why the women’s division is finally receiving the main event spot at ‘Mania.

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Taraji P. Henson in “What Men Want”: Don’t call it a remake of a Mel Gibson movie

‘What Men Want,’ starring Taraji P. Henson, is being billed as a gender-swapped remake of Nancy Meyers’ Mel Gibson-Helen Hunt comedy ‘What Women Want’ ‘ this time, it’s a woman who can hear men’s inner thoughts. According to director Adam Shankman, it’s a reimagined version that’s making a deeper statement about how women are treated at work and in the world.

The script appealed to Shankman because it reminded him of “an old screwball comedy.’ He made significant efforts to represent a more diverse landscape than the one from 19 years ago. Henson’s character Ali, who is a sports agent, has an assistant who is gay and gets a love interest storyline in the film. Shankman says that as director, he was instrumental in making sure the character didn’t fall into stereotypical territory.

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UFC 234 Jim Crute ready for his moment in the spotlight

At 22 years of age, Jim “The Brute” Crute is no shrinking violet. With the biggest moment of his fledgling career just days away, Crute has a message for his opponent, the experienced Sam Alvey.

“Let’s get that 50-G fight of the night man,” he laughs. “Let’s go to war, brother. Nothing but respect, but I’m coming to take your head off.”

Bravado isn’t the only thing Crute brings to the long list of local talent on the card for UFC 234 in Melbourne. He’s bringing some typical ‘Aussie Grit’ to the world’s toughest combat sport. Crute’s (9-0-0) next opponent was meant to be fellow up-and-comer Ryan “Superman” Spann. But Crute, who is no stranger to opponent changes in his young career, had an inkling things weren’t going to be straightforward. Sitting around the gym with his team, including judo Olympian Dan Kelly, Crute got the call he feared.

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Jim Fossel: State of our divided union

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  • Date: 2019-02-10T09:00:28+00:00
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