Randy Orton Mocks Edge, The Five Count Gives Big E Goosebumps, The Miz Ready For ‘Cannonball’ (WZ Roundup)
Check out today’s edition of the Wrestlezone Roundup, taking a look at all of the latest and greatest social media offerings.
Randy Orton posted the following image of his RKO to Beth Phoenix on RAW, taunting Edge with the caption “Never send a woman to do a man’s…….ahhh, you get it.”
— Randy Orton (@RandyOrton) March 3, 2020
One of the other top events from last night’s show saw the Street Profits win tag team gold. Triple H took time to pose with, and praise, the duo on their latest win:
— Triple H (@TripleH) March 3, 2020
Matt Hardy eased Bray Wyatt’s mind after the Firefly Fun House leader asked the Broken one not to leave…
— The UNKILLABLE Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) March 3, 2020
The Miz shared the following preview of his new game show “Cannonball” which is set to premiere on USA this summer:
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You know me as a @WWE Superstar. You’ve seen me as an incredible son, husband and father on @mizandmrs. But now, see me as you’ve never seen me before – hosting the biggest, wettest, slippery-est water sports competition ever created. Between watching fearless competitors performing extreme obstacles or laughing at the uncanny chemistry from @rocsidiaz @simeygibson and myself. The fun never stops Cannonball premieres on @usa_network Summer 2020. #Cannonball
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Mandy Leon and Tasha Steelz have been added to the Ring Of Honor Women’s World Championship tournament bracket. The tournament will kick off in Philadelphia on April 24.
Big E was featured in a new preview for the “A Future WWE: The FCW Story” documentary on the WWE Network.
In this clip, Big E talks about how his infamous five count (Three ain’t enough man I NEED FIVE!) put him on the map. The documentary will start streaming on-demand this Sunday.