We’ve written over a dozen ‘Sports Crush’ posts since we launched AmericasWhiteBoy.com. We have spotlighted a ton of WWE Divas (Becky Lynch, Lana, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss and others). The response has been great, so we decided to profile a WWE women’s superstar known as Emma.
Emma, whose real name is Tenille Dashwood, has been wrestling since 2007. She wrestled in her native Australia and North America before signing with WWE in 2011.
Emma was in NXT back when women’s wrestling was first gaining momentum there. She actually wrestled Paige in the first ever NXT Women’s Championship match. She was going to change gimmicks and be called Emmalina, but after months of vignettes, they changed their minds and went back to the Emma name.
Check out a picture gallery, and a very special .gif, to see why we are crushing on Emma.
I’m a self-confessed vintage toy nerd. I collect vintage wrestling action figures from the 80’s & 90’s. I started purchasing some vintage toys out of nostalgia. Well, WWE and Mattel sucked me into their new stuff. I now buy a few figures a month. You can view photos of my collection on my Instagram account.
The lineup in Elite 48 is just all right. It is heavy on current Smackdown Live superstars with Cactus Jack and Boogeyman added as flashbacks.
This set could have issues selling out at retail since Dean Ambrose and Kalisto already have quite a few recent elites…but Boogeyman could be one of the best figures of 2017.
The WWE have lost nearly half of their audience on RAW over the last few years and WWE Network subscribers have hit a plateau, even after giving away free programming month after month.
The WWE is a public company and even if they want to live in a kayfabe world of record profits, it’s not what is really happening. The brand split increased the ratings for Smackdown Live, but Smackdown house show attendance is almost at record lows. The roster is so thin right now that it is really hard to keep booking interesting matches.
Here are ten ways the WWE could improve their product right now.
She has been in the news since she failed a drug test in late-August the same day her boyfriend Alberto Del Rio also failed his test. It was reported that they failed for different reasons. Del Rio announced later that he was taking testosterone to help with his physique.
Her boyfriend worked out a mutual release with WWE, since an ‘out clause’ was coming up soon anyways. Paige has a couple years left on her contract, so there’s no way WWE would let her out of her contract, especially since she’s a high profile talent on their programming and E!’s “Total Divas.”
We’ve written over a dozen ‘Sports Crush’ posts since we launched AmericasWhiteBoy.com. We have spotlighted a ton of WWE Divas (Paige, Lana, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss and others). The response has been great, so we decided to profile the WWE Smackdown Women’s champion, Becky Lynch.
Lynch, whose real name is Rebecca Quin, has been wrestling since 2002. She wrestled all around the world before signing with WWE in 2013. She actually took a few years off in the middle of her career after suffering a bad head injury.
Becky Lynch’s enthusiasm is contagious and she’s a joy to watch in the ring. We’ve added some photos and a .GIF for you to enjoy. You will soon be crushing on her as well.
The last time we profiled Paige, she was in the WWE’s developmental territory NXT. She has since won the Divas Championship in her RAW debut and has become one of the most popular Divas. She also stars on E!’s ‘Total Divas’ program with The Bella Twins, Eva Marie, Natalya and many others.
We’ve written a handful of ‘Sports Crush’ posts since we launched AmericasWhiteBoy.com. We have spotlighted WWE Divas Lana, Summer Rae & A.J. Lee. The response was so great, we decided to profile Paige for a second time.
Paige (her real name Saraya-Jade Bevis) has been wrestling since she was 13. She comes from a wrestling family. She was known as Britani Knight in the U.K. before she came into the WWE in 2011. She is only 22 years old and her future is bright. She should be a mainstay in the WWE for a long time.
Once you see Paige, you’ll know why we’re crushing on her. We’ve added some photos and a very special .GIF for you to enjoy.
Pro wrestling is cyclical. Major stars tend to have 10+ year runs at the top and then fade into the mid-card. WWE had issues in the past trying to build homegrown young talent able to take the next step when the time is right.
Triple H is semi-retired from competing in the ring and is now the Chief Creative Officer for the WWE. He decided to focus on talent development. They opened the WWE Performance Center and rebranded their developmental territory (Florida Championship Wrestling) into NXT. The results have spoken and it has exceeded all expectations.
Bray Wyatt, Seth Rollins and Paige have all had success since graduating from NXT to WWE’s main roster. Which stars are ready to take the leap?
We’ve written a handful of ‘Sports Crush’ posts since we launched AmericasWhiteBoy.com a few years ago. We’ve spotlighted sportscasters, female MMA fighters, Olympians and WWE Divas Paige, Lana & A.J. Lee. The response was so great, we decided to profile another WWE Diva, current WWE superstar Eva Marie.
Eva Marie (her real name Natalie Marie Coyle) signed with the WWE in 2013. She is one of the divas that appear on E!’s ‘Total Divas’. She is horrible in the ring, but that doesn’t stop me from staring at her.
Once you see Eva Marie, you’ll know why we’re crushing on her. We’ve added some photos and a very special .GIF for you to enjoy.