– This past Monday on Raw, “Woken” Matt Hardy invited Bray Wyatt to his compound in Cameron, North Carolina for “The Ultimate Deletion.”
There is a belief that this match may air during WrestleMania 34, but PWInsider.com reports that word is the match will likely take place before the big event in New Orleans on Apr. 8, not as a part of WrestleMania.
While the footage from the Compound used in the video appeared to come from Impact Wrestling, Matt Hardy’s wife Reby noted on Twitter that she filmed it last week.
I filmed this last Tuesday… https://t.co/iBSmt4sNe6
— Reby Hardy (@RebyHardy) March 6, 2018
Insane seeing something that was filmed during Matt’s time in Impact being used on an episode of #RAW. What a time to be alive!
— Nick Hausman (@WZRebel) March 6, 2018
– NXT wrestler Big Boa revealed on Twitter that he is unable to train after suffering an injury to his AC joint (a joint at the top of the shoulder). However, he hopes to be back soon.
ACjoint Injured for 3 weeks without training。I will back training ASAP. pic.twitter.com/msQX3Gfebi
— Yanbo Wang (@Bigboawwe) March 5, 2018
Big Boa, whose also identifies himself as Yanbo Wang, was part of a group of seven recruits from China that WWE signed to developmental contracts following a four-day tryout in Shangai in June 2016. He began training at the WWE Performance Center in February 2017 and wrestled his first match in July. He’s wrestled about 10 matches since then, all at non-televised NXT live events in Florida, with his most notable victories coming against Chad Lail and Marcel Barthel. His last match took place on Feb. 10 in a loss to Barthel.
– In this video, Dakota Kai hypes WWE programming on Maori Television in her native New Zealand.
— WWE New Zealand (@WWENZ) March 5, 2018