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Nikki Bella Comments On Why The Bella Twins Weren’t At Raw XXX – Diva Dirt


For those that followed the first announcement of the Raw XXX event that took place on Jan. 23, The Bella Twins were originally confirmed for the show. A graphic with the WWE Legends included The Bella Twins. Just a few days before RAW XXX to place, the graphic changed. The Bella Twins were removed and Alundra Blayze was added. There was a response on Twitter by The Bella Twins to a fan that they weren’t able to make the event as they already had a prior engagement. Now, Nikki Bella explains in more detail on Instagram Live.

“I want to take a second to get on and talk about a few things. First about, maybe a few wrestling headlines I saw. As you will see, the narrative will try to get changed so some people look good and others look bad. This is what is so amazing about this platform, we get to talk about truth. This week, from Monday until Thursday, Brie, I, and Artem have been booked on crazy media because the premiere of Nikki Bella Says I Do is Thursday night. WWE-owned show, which is why you see trailers on Monday Night Raw. We were hoping, I think it was weeks ago, we were talking about going to Raw. They said they had nothing for us. We were booked on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and then there was maybe an idea. Our whole team, including WWE and everyone else, had booked us for Monday in New York. Whatever you see of stuff, all of a sudden stories change, that’s to clean up and throw it on people, nope. We had all these commitments per the company we work for and everyone else. I know people like to throw it on people, but I’m not going to let that happen.” (Fightful)

Just after Raw XXX, both Nikki and Brie Bella spoke on Instagram live and noted the lack of women’s content. There was no talk about the women’s revolution and it was because they also don’t want to mention names such as Sasha Banks and Saraya among others.

Nikki continued on her Instagram live, “I also love the fans for sticking up for women. There are so many crybabies, ‘Oh they just wine.’ Let me tell you why people get upset. This is speaking on behalf of the majority of women. ‘Oh, they always make it about them.’ No, just because we speak up, we’re not making it about ourselves. It’s about the women from the very beginning to the ones that are there. I understand why so many people are upset, especially our fans, when it’s something like Raw 30. I remember when I first started watching Raw, as you all know, some of you like to give me shit that I wasn’t a fan the day I was born. I was obsessed with the matches with Beth Phoenix, Candice Michelle, Melina, and Mickie James. That, for me and my era of wrestling when I became a fan, was Raw to me. People have all their own memories, and that’s why it’s so important to have women represent because, for so many of the fans, they have their different eras of Chyna, Lita, and Trish, Melina, Mickie, Michelle (McCool), Beth, Candice (Michelle), those incredible women of that era. Then, our era with AJ (lee), Paige, Brie and I, and so on. I love that you’re doing the hashtag and you’re going to see a lot of narratives play because people have to protect themselves and you’re going to get a lot of women blamed and people calling them crybabies. No, we put in just as much effort and work. All those women do, all of them, from every era. Not just women, men too.”

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