Titus O’Neil has been working hard to establish the Titus Brand on Monday Night Raw for quite some time now, and so far he’s recruited Apollo Crews and Akira Tozawa. It looks like Titus could potentially have another client on his hands at some point, as Ricochet recently took to Twitter to say the he might have to join the Titus Brand soon.
— King Ricochet (@KingRicochet) June 13, 2017
Sunday night Charlotte Flair will compete in the first ever women’s Money in the Bank ladder match, and she has high hopes that she’ll become the first ever Miss Money in the Bank.
Women’s wrestling has come a long way over the past few years, and this summer WWE will hold an all women’s tournament called the Mae Young Classic. Charlotte Flair recently spoke to USA Today about Money in the Bank and more, and she says that she’s excited about the buzz that the tournament is going to generate.
“It adds more depth and provides more exposure. It will be an opportunity to talk about Mae Young’s history and what she accomplished a bit more. It will get the main roster girls down to NXT to feel the excitement of the tournament. The women have been so busy in the last year that the girls who came from NXT haven’t had the chance to get back to Orlando and see all the buzz about Asuka and what’s happening. I’m excited to just watch the tournament and I hope I can get down there in person. I think it will be awesome.”
Roxy Astor and Sunny The California Girl from GLOW joined this week’s episode of Still Real Radio to talk about what’s going on with the GLOW girls, their AfterGLOW cruise and more. Jeff Timmons from the band 98 Degrees also randomly makes an appearance, and we run down our predictions for the Money in the Bank pay-per-view. You can subscribe to Still Real Radio on iTunes and you can also check out the latest episode below.