Shortly after Alba Fyre defeated Jacy Jayne during this week’s episode of NXT TV, someone sitting in the crowd attacked her wearing all black. It was definitely not a fan going rogue for more content.
WWE‘s SmackDown live star, Zach Ryder, been losts in recent months on the main roster. But he may be moving to the developmental brand to align with Toxic Attraction. When he arrived at Tuesday night’s edition of NXT, he demonstrated his support for Jayne Dolin and Gigi Dolin by helping them put Fyre through a table with his finisher, Rough Ryder.
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She made it very clear to the interviewer backstage at the show:
“Mandy and I have had our differences but she’s still my best friend. And if Jacy and Gigi are her girls then in turn they’re my girls, does that make sense? I don’t know what Alba Fyre is thinking with her burning, flaming bat or whatever it’s called but I think she might have burned off a couple of her brain cells. You can’t just abduct the greatest women’s champion in the history of NXT and expect to get away with it consequence free. You get that. You get that. That’s why I’m here.”
In a file photo, Ronda Rousey shows spearing Alicia Fox during an April 20 WrestleMania 31 pay-per-view. That night she would go on to say that if she chooses to show up next week to face Fyre that she won’t make it to Halloween Havoc, where the champ Rose will be waiting with the NXT women’s title on the line.