5 intergender wrestling matches that must happen in WWE
One of the biggest talking points of the 2019 Royal Rumble was Nia Jax's physical altercation with the male superstars in the men's Royal Rumble. Not only did Jax attack R-Truth to replace him in the Royal Rumble match, she even went on to eliminate Mustafa Ali. However, the biggest surprise of the evening was Nia Jax receiving three finishers courtesy of Dolph Ziggler, Randy Orton, and Rey Mysterio.
This particular incident reignited talks of intergender matches in WWE. While some may have thought that it was a one-time thing, WWE recently advertised Nia Jax vs Dean Ambrose for a house show.
Hence, it seems WWE might finally take some big steps towards intergender matches. If intergender matches were to become a reality in WWE, the fans already have a list for the matches they cannot wait to see. Here are 5 such matches which will probably be part of everyone's checklist!
#5 Asuka vs Shinsuke Nakamura
There couldn't be a better match-up for either of these two wrestlers in an intergender wrestling match. Both 'The Princess Of Tomorrow' Asuka and 'The Artist' Shinsuke Nakamura hail from Japan and are part of SmackDown Live. What could be a better sight than the hardest striker in the women's division going toe to toe with the King of Strong Style himself?
Due to their strong striking abilities and extremely good submissions skills, Nakamura and Asuka are the perfect opponents for each other. However, as good as the fight seems, it is equally unpredictable. While it is a different story about who should win, it is evident that their match will be full of hard-hitting and ruthless submissions.