aj lee

AJ Lee had a great career with WWE and at one point she was the longest reigning Divas Champion of all time. But AJ has since moved on to pursue other opportunities in life, and she recently released her book “Crazy Is My Superpower.”

During her run with WWE, AJ Lee was aligned with Big E for a while, and the two remain friends to this very day. Big E recently stopped by one of AJ’s book signings and she posted the following on Instagram:

“Tour Week 3. You just never know what’s gonna happen at these book signings. Last night as I signed my brain baby birthed from my brain womb, I was delighted by the sight of my ACTUAL BABY BOY birthed from my wrestling womb! I was sure he was just going to break my sternum again while demanding the months in child support I owe, but he actually just came to surprise and support me! Like the goddamn marshmallow he is. Thanks @wwebige, I’m the proudest Momma.”

You can check out a photo of AJ and Big E embracing below.

Charlotte Flair is now a member of the SmackDown Live roster, and next week she will face Naomi when she challenges her for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship.

The former Women’s Champion spent most of her time feuding with Sasha Banks in 2016, but now that she’s on SmackDown Live she’ll get the chance to feud with another familiar face in the form of Becky Lynch.

Charlotte recently spoke to Sporting News and noted that she couldn’t be happier to be reunited with her friend.

“In this line of work, you have a ton of friends and you’re all family but Becky was basically my rock,” explained Charlotte. “With the heel transition and then we ended up having the match at Royal Rumble (in 2016), we pretty much grew together as talent and came into our own. Then all of a sudden the draft happened. Not only am I excited to be back with my travel partner but to see how much we’ve grown as talent and to have the opportunity to face each other again as polished talent. We were just scratching the surface when we had that match at Royal Rumble and then we had the three-way (at WrestleMania 32 in Dallas) and then it was over.”