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SKFabe- Hottest WWE News of the Week (3 Feb, 2018)

Riju Dasgupta
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This was an explosive week, in more ways than one
This was an explosive week, in more ways than one

For us at Sportskeeda Wrestling, who brought you constant WWE coverage as it happened through the week, this was a tiring seven days of action. So much happened through this week, that it's impossible to encapsulate everything into just one SKFabe feature.

However, we shall bring you all the highlights that we found interesting in this edition of SKFabe. All of them have been collected for your reading pleasure. Let us know in the comments below, if we missed out on some highlights.

So put on your reading glasses. Welcome to the latest edition of SKFabe, reader.

Counting down to this week's edition in three, two, one...

#1 Some WWE Superstars are excited about Ronda Rousey's arrival...

Some WWE superstars spoke out in favour of Rousey in WWE
Some WWE superstars spoke out in favour of Rousey in WWE

Perhaps the biggest news this week was the arrival of Ronda Rousey. She's seemingly signed a full-time contract with the company, and will be furthering the legacy of Roddy Piper, in her own way.

Jinder Mahal spoke out favourably about her arrival in an interview with MMAJunkie:

She’s a wrestling fan and I know she has a passion for the business, which is sometimes the hardest thing because sometimes people just come from the outside and they don’t have the passion for it. It’s just a one-time deal — oh, WrestleMania — and it’s a big paycheck—that’s awesome that she’s signed full-time, (and) just like she dominated the UFC, she’s going to dominate pro wrestling.

As did one of Rousey's best friends in the locker room- Natalya, in an interview with 'The Trend':

With Ronda, yes, she absolutely does has to prove herself, but I know Ronda personally, I'm friends with her. Ronda has expressed that she more than anything wants to prove herself and she really wants to bring even more attention to the women of WWE, and I think it's going to be incredible for all of us.

Unfortunately, not everyone in the locker room was nearly as thrilled.

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Riju Dasgupta
Riju Dasgupta is the bassist of heavy metal bands Albatross and Primitiv. He's also a former guest columnist for Rolling Stone India. His primary passion remains watching and reviewing the art of professional wrestling for Sportskeeda. In the world of heavy metal, he goes by the moniker- Dr. Hex.
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