The NXT women’s division just got a major boost thanks to the announcement that Candice LeRae has signed with WWE. However, another talented name is also rumored to be joining WWE again very soon. It was reported that Serena Deeb was recently in the process of getting medical clearance from WWE doctors not too long ago. PWInsider has since updated their original story be reporting that Deeb is now in the WWE Performance Center. Deeb briefly worked for WWE as a member of CM Punk’s Straight Edge Society, but she returned to the company during last year’s Mae Young Classic tournament. She will likely be rejoining the company very soon.
During the most recent set of Impact Wrestling tapings, fans noticed that the company appeared to be setting up a possible relationship with streaming service Twitch. Indeed, Impact announced earlier today that a channel will be opening up at ‘Twitch.tv/impactwrestling’ very soon. The channel will officially launch tomorrow and it will featured a 24-hour stream of Impact Wrestling content. The announcement has also promised that fans will be able to see live event and house show footage in the future. In addition to past and present Impact footage, fans will also be able to view Live Audio Wrestling hosted by Jeremy Borash every Monday night; Nuff Said hosted by Tyrus on Wednesdays; and Matthews’ Megacast every Thursday night.
IMPACT Wrestling are launching a 24/7 channel on @Twitch that will have exclusive original content, monthly live events and house shows as well footage from the extensive IMPACT archive.
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— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) January 16, 2018
The wrestling world was sent into a frenzy last year when it was revealed that there is currently a film biopic based on the life of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon in the works. The film will reportedly be called Pandemonium and will star Bradley Cooper as McMahon. PWInsider updated fans on the status of the film recently. The report claims that an updated screenplay will be sent to Cooper for approval very soon. Now that WWE Studios has officially joined the project, the belief is that the script has undergone heavy rewrites to remove parts detailing McMahon’s life that the company would not be pleased with revealing.