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NIA JAX POSTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA ABOUT RETURN
WWE star Nia Jax has posted on social media that she needs to get back to work.
After posting on the TikTok app, where she was doing the Savage challenge, she then posted to Twitter, saying;
“I need to get back to work!!! I’m too old for this”
Nia Jax underwent double knee surgery last year in April. She got back to training in December at the WWE Performance Center.
WWE UPDATES INSTAGRAM LIVE SCHEDULE
WWE announced earlier this week that it would be on Instagram Live each day this week on the WWE, The Bump and NXT accounts in the lead-up to WrestleMania on April 4th and 5th.
This commences tonight at 7PM ET/12AM GMT for a WrestleMania 32 (airing on ESPN) Watch Along with Charlotte, Zack Ryder, Ryan Pappolla, and others.
Here is the rest of the schedule:
Monday, March 30
- NXT interview: Josiah Williams and Rhea Ripley
- WWE Raw Reaction: Matt Camp and Evan Mack
Tuesday, March 31
- WWE interview: Kayla Braxton and Mandy Rose
Wednesday, April 1
- NXT interview: Josiah Williams and Rik Bugez
- WWE NXT Reaction: Matt Camp and Ryan Pappolla
Thursday, April 2
- WWE Interview: Kayla Braxton and Rhea Ripley
Friday, April 3
- NXT interview: Josiah Williams and Bianca Belair
- WWE SmackDown Final Hour: Evan Mack and McKenzie Mitchell
KEITH LEE WANTS OWN ANIME SERIES ON WWE NETWORK
In an interview with SuperSport, NXT North American Champion Keith Lee has discussed his hope of one day having his own anime-style motif, complete with his own anime show.
“In all honesty, my goal is to have a creation in which I am essentially Keith Lee in Anime form. I want that to be a part of my entrance, from Titantron to merchandise, things of that sort. I would have a wrestling-style Anime [show] but it would be wrestlers with superpowers. The ring would have to be probably four times the size of what we have. Tournament style fights with storylines outside of the ring. If Keith Lee were an Anime character I feel like he would be absolutely ridiculous wearing probably Baby Blue/Pink and probably just as expressive as I am in real life.”
Keith Lee is a huge anime fan, naming one of his moves the Spirit Bomb after a Dragon Ball Z reference.