Wrestling Roundup: July 11, 2019

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WWE Creating New Unscripted Women’s Show

A new show centered around WWE’s female performers is coming to Quibi. The show is called Fight Like A Girl and is produced by WWE Studios. A statement on the show (h/t WrestlingInc) reads:

“According to a press release sent to Wrestling Inc., each episode will feature WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon pairing a WWE female Superstar with a young woman struggling with a personal issue that has been holding her back. The WWE stars will draw from their own life experiences to help their trainees overcome obstacles and become tougher, stronger and healthier versions of their former selves inside and out.”

No release date has been set for the new series.

Enzo & Joey Janela Almost Fight at Concert.

Wrestling in 2019 continues to be a weird place. Enzo Amore, formerly of WWE, was close to a fist fight at a Blink-182 concert with Joey Janela. Both Enzo and Janela commented on the fight on their social media. The video of both men squaring up was posted on Enzo’s Twitter account.

Enzo has continued to talk trash at Janela on Twitter. Janela also went on Twitter to explain what happened.

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WWE Espy Winner Announced

The first-ever WWE Moment of the Year ESPY Award was announced last night. Roman Reigns’ return from his cancer diagnosis won the inaugural award. 

Reigns battled back from a leukemia diagnosis to return to the ring in February. He also presented an award on the evening. Reigns presented the “Best Coach” award to men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun.

The other nominees were Becky Lynch winning both Women’s Championships at Wrestlemania 35, Kofi Kingston winning his first WWE Championship at Wrestlemania 35, and Ronda Rousey winning the Raw Women’s Championship at Summerslam.

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