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WWE gossip column: WWE working with Netflix, Elimination Chamber spoilers and all of today’s top news

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WWE Elimination Chamber is this Sunday and tickets for All Elite Wrestling’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view go on presale tomorrow (Tuesday, February 12).

With a big week in wrestling ahead, let’s dive into the rumours:

Vince McMahon & Triple H with Stephanie McMahon all run WWE

Elimination Chamber spoilers

There is guaranteed to be some new champions at the Elimination Chamber with the new Women’s Tag Team titles being introduced and the tandem of Bayley and Sasha Banks are the favourites to walk away with the belts.

However, according to Cageside Seats, that’s the only title change expected for the pay-per-view. The likes of Daniel Bryan, Ronda Rousey and Bobby Lashley will retain.

WWE and Netflix?

PW Insider is reporting that WWE studios are working on producing family-friendly movies in conjunction with Netflix and the films will be released by the streaming kings.

Netflix has 139 million subscribers globally and continues to grow with 9 million new subscribers in the final three months of 2018.


Tye Dillinger tried to return to NXT

Tye Dillinger finally made his return to action on Saturday night after a long injury layoff, but the Perfect 10 hasn’t been used much on SmackDown Live TV over the last 12 months regardless.

A fan asked Dillinger why he didn’t go back to NXT where he was at the height of his popularity, and the Canadian revealed he has tried that.

Dean Ambrose Vs Nia Jax off

Heads turned over the weekend when Dean Ambrose and Nia Jax were advertised as having a match on February 22 at a WWE live event in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

POSTwrestling.com say they have spoken to a WWE official who has told them the leaked ad is old and in actual fact, that match is not happening.

Dean Ambrose facing off with Nia Jax on RAW

Kenny Omega’s New Japan plans had he stayed

Kenny Omega has now taken up his position as an executive with All Elite Wrestling, but if he had stayed with the company he would have defeated Tanahashi at Wrestle Kingdom 13.

However, he would have lost the title to Okada at the Madison Square Garden show during WrestleMania weekend.

Kenny Omega was announced as AEW’s latest signing in Las Vegas




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