Since The March 4th WWE Live Event in White Plains, New York, SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos have not worked a non-televised show. They would defeat The Bar that night. At The WWE Elimination Chamber PPV Event, The Usos would win The SmackDown Tag Team Titles from The Miz & Shane McMahon. They would then defend The SmackDown Tag Team Titles against the same team at The WWE Fastlane PPV Event. The Usos’ last SmackDown LIVE TV Match came on January 29th, winning a Fatal 4-Way Match over The New Day, The Bar & Heavy Machinery, which earned them the title shot. The Usos did appear in brief backstage segments on The March 12th & March 19th episodes of SmackDown LIVE. It is believed that they will be defending their SmackDown Tag Team Titles in a Multi-Team Match at WrestleMania 35, but that has not yet been confirmed.
For the past several weeks, UFC Star Cris Cyborg has been taking shots at RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey in an effort to get in a WWE ring with her sometime in the future. Just recently, Cyborg took to Twitter once again and commented on the announcement that the women will be main-eventing WrestleMania 35. Cyborg Wrote, “Make Wrestling Real Again”.
Below are some of Cyborg’s recent tweets at Rousey:
Make Wrestling Real Again #WrestleMania35 #CyborgNationhttps://t.co/LDW6VxBi3l pic.twitter.com/qWBYRBjExG
— Cris Cyborg (@criscyborg) March 25, 2019
Be careful she might refuse to go to work and retire. pic.twitter.com/KjkG6HVbIA
— Cris Cyborg (@criscyborg) March 22, 2019
Let me make wrestling real again Ronnie! #FreeCyborg @wwe pic.twitter.com/JlsoBjA40P
— Cris Cyborg (@criscyborg) March 14, 2019
As previously reported, The Hart Foundation (Bret “The Hitman” Hart & Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart) were recently announced for The WWE Hall Of Fame Class Of 2019. It was previously reported that Natalya, Jim Neidhart’s daughter, took to Twitter and commented on the announcement. Bret Hart would also take to Twitter to celebrate the induction.
Bret wrote, “On March 1985 in Brantford, Ontario, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart and I officially became the Hart Foundation. On April 6, 2019, we take our place in the WWE Hall of Fame. I wish Jim was still with us to celebrate this moment, but I know he’ll be on stage with me in spirit.”
On March 1985 in Brantford, Ontario, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart and I officially became the Hart Foundation. On April 6, 2019, we take our place in the WWE Hall of Fame. I wish Jim was still with us to celebrate this moment, but I know he’ll be on stage with me in spirit. pic.twitter.com/hFasuj385Q
— Bret Hart (@BretHart) March 25, 2019