Jake Roberts Explains Why He Confronted Cody On AEW Dynamite, Brock Lesnar Joins The Marvel Universe (WZ Roundup)

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Jake Roberts Explains Why He Confronted Cody On AEW Dynamite, Brock Lesnar Joins The Marvel Universe (WZ Roundup)

Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts made quite the impression last week on AEW Dynamite after he confronted Cody Rhodes, and Bill Apter caught up with him this weekend to get some kind of explanation from him. Jake says he’s sick of seeing Cody play games because this isn’t a game to him.

Brock Lesnar has joined the Marvel Comics Universe, as seen in the panel from Avengers Issue #31 below:

Brock Lesnar officially recognized in the Marvel Universe pic.twitter.com/sab6QgTadA

— WrestleZone on Mandatory (@WRESTLEZONEcom) March 9, 2020

^ h/t to Danny Catura

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In honor of International Women’s Day, Ringside Collectibles shared the following video of Stephanie McMahon being honored with the Changemaker Award at this year’s New York Toy Fair.

Stephanie talks about how her mother Linda McMahon came up with the first idea for WWE action figures. Stephanie also speaks about her mother, Linda McMahon, and how Linda was a good example for her as a leader growing up. She notes Linda was the one who came up with WWE action figures after seeing Shane playing with GI Joes.

Happy #InternationalWomensDay! Congratulations to @WWE Chief Brand Officer @StephMcMahon being honored with the @WomenInToys Changemaker award at this year’s #NYTF #WonderWomenAwards!#NYTF2020 #WomenInToys #InternationalWomensDay2020 #RingsideCollectibles #WWE @Mattel pic.twitter.com/QItdJOVhIN

— Ringside Collectibles (@RingsideC) March 8, 2020

Kevin Owens DID try to warn him…

I tried to warn him. https://t.co/7icXsGp8Bq

— Kevin (@FightOwensFight) March 9, 2020

The following is the official trailer for The Legend of Baron To’a, a film about a man that “learns the warrior ways of his old Dad, so he can secure the return of his family’s treasured pro-wrestling title belt from local gangsters.”

Described as “The Karate Kid meets South Auckland”, the title character is loosely based on wrestling legend King Haku / Meng. The action/comedy film marks the directorial debut for Kiel McNaughton, and it features a Pasifika/Māori cast, including Jay Laga’aia and Shavaughn Ruakere.

The Legend of Baron To’a opens in Australia this Thursday, March 12th.

Ricky Starks gets painted like one of your French girls:

Sorry everyone I had to delete my post because it was too freaky this early in the morning. Here's me being painted like a French girl:https://t.co/Vb5Ziga5Zu pic.twitter.com/4EPUK3tIaD

— Ricky Starks (@starkmanjones) March 9, 2020