As previously mentioned, The Bella Twins (Nikki Bella
& Brie Bella) were advertised to appear on the 30th anniversary of WWE Raw, but WWE ended up removing them from the updated RAW 30 graphic leaving all the fans wondering.
Later, a report suggested that The Bellas actually did fly into the Northeast part of the country over the weekend, but they did not attend RAW. They ended up attending a matinee performance of Broadway musical performance “Wicked” at 2pm ET on Monday.
While going live on Instagram from their hotel room, The Bellas picked up some issues stating that WWE was not going to acknowledge the Women’s Revolution, mentioning Saraya
(fka Paige) and Mercedes Moné (fka Sasha Banks) as stars WWE did not want acknowledged.
Now, Nikki Bella
has talked in brief about what happened with WWE.
"So I want to take a second to get on and talk about a few things first about maybe a few wrestling headlines, I saw because as you're gonna see the narrative will try to get changed. So some people look good and others look bad and this is what's so amazing about this platform as we get to actually talk about truth, right? So, um this week from Monday till Thursday, Brie, and I and Artem Chigvintsev have been booked on crazy media because the premiere of Nikki Bella says I do is Thursday night WWE own show too, by the way, so why you see trailers of it on Monday Night Raw Etc?.
We were hoping I think it was weeks ago. There was talks about going to Monday Night Raw. They said they had nothing for us. So we were booked on media Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, then there was possibly maybe an idea but our whole team including WWE and everyone else had already booked this for Monday being in, New York. So whatever you see of stuff, you know all of a sudden stories change and whatever that's to try to clean up and make things look better and throw it on people. Nope. We had already all these commitments by the way per the company work for and everyone else. So, I know people like to throw it on people, but I'm not gonna let that happen."
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