1. Apart from all controversy, It seems like RAW women’s champion Ronda Rousey will face Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair for the RAW women’s title match at the WrestleMania 35 but before that, it seems like they are right now main eventing Twitter feud as both are on the top on the Twitter list.

Ronda Rousey has stepped up (or down) to Lynch’s level with fourth-wall-breaking barbs. Rousey has denounced both Lynch’s storyline arrest and finisher as fake, which seem to have struck a chord with Becky Lynch (she referred to fake as “the f-word”) who advised Rousey to “[get] better at this business instead of trying to remain above it.”

The feud took an even uglier turn when Lynch used a picture of Rousey’s real-life husband Travis Browne to respond to an NSFW tweet from Rousey, comparing Lynch’s Dis-Arm-Her maneuver to a phallic symbol.

Related: WWE News: Who was Becky Lynch Ex-BoyFriend? And Why They Broke Up? (Photos and Video)

2. In an update, Ambrose was being advertised for the May 13th WWE RAW in London but was then pulled from advertising.

WWE has allegedly been doing everything possible to keep Ambrose around including turning him back into a babyface and teasing another Shield reunion.

3. WWE WrestleMania 35 storyline is already started. But before you engage yourself in back-to-back matches, ever wondered, how much money your favorite WWE stars make.

Yeah, you have seen them wrestling basically in every country. To be honest, the moolah they earn would blow your mind.

Here’s a full breakdown of how many dollars each WWE star nets:

WWE Male Superstars Basic Salaries:

Brock Lesnar $12million
John Cena $8.5million
Roman Reigns $5million
Randy Orton $4.5million
AJ Styles $3.5million
Seth Rollins $3million
The Miz $2.5million
Triple H $2.5million
Undertaker $2.5million
Dean Ambrose $2million
Kevin Owens $2million
Dolph Ziggler $1.5million
Sheamus $1million
Jeff Hardy $1million
Bray Wyatt $1million
Finn Balor $1million
Jinder Mahal $900,000
Kane $900,000
Big Show $850,000
Samoa Joe $800,000
Rusev $800,000
Chris Jericho $750,000
Sin Cara $700,000
Matt Hardy $650,000
Luke Harper $550,000
Erick Rowan $550,000
R-Truth $550,000
Kofi Kingston $500,000
Xavier Woods $500,000
Big E $500,000
Rhyno $500,000
Cesaro $500,000
Sami Zayn $500,000
Goldust $400,000
Heath Slater $400,000
Fandango $400,000
Kalisto $350,000
Titus O’Neill $300,000
Bo Dallas $300,000
Braun Strowman $300,000
Apollo Crews $300,000
Scott Dawson $250,000
Luke Gallows $250,000
Big Cass $250,000
Jey USO $250,000
Jimmy USO $250,000
Curtis Axel $250,000
Curt Hawkins $200,000
Epico Colon $200,000
Mike Kanellis $200,000

WWE Female Superstars Basic Salaries:
Ronda Rousey $1.5million
Charlotte Flair $550,000
Nikki Bella $350,000
Alexa Bliss $350,000
Mickie James $300,000
Brie Bella $300,000
Natalya $300,000
Asuka $250,000
Becky Lynch $250,000
Dana Brooke $200,000
Bayley $200,000
Lana $200,000
Naomi $180,000
Carmella $120,000
Nia Jax 100,000
Sonya Deville $100,000
Mandy Rose $80,000
Rubby Riott $80,000
Sarah Logan $80,000
Tamina $80,000
Liv Morgan $80,000.
4. NXT Live Event Results Tampa 2/28
– Raul Mendoza defeated Luke Menzies
– Chelsea Green defeated Jessie Elaban
– Shadia Bseiso came to the ring to announce that she’s now promoting Superstars. She introduced her first acquisition or fighter and out came Mansoor Al-Shehail. Major heat for Bseiso and Mansoor here
– Brennan Williams defeated Mansoor Al-Shehail
– Kona Reeves defeated Eric Bugenhagen
– Montez Ford defeated Marcel Barthel
– 7 foot 3 former Nigerian basketball player Jordan Omogbehi came to the ring for an interview. He’s now using the name Tomu
– Babatunde Aiyegbusi defeated Denzel DeJournette
– Vanessa Borne and Aliyah defeated Lacey Lane and the debuting Karen Q. Karen attacked Lacey after the loss
– Matt Riddle defeated Riddick Moss by submission to win the main event.
5. PW Insider wrote, “WWE NXT Champion Tomasso Ciampa has a neck injury that has forced him out of action, resulting in a rewrite of this past Monday’s episode of Raw, PWInsider.com has confirmed with multiple sources.
Originally, Ciampa and Johnny Gargano were slated to compete in a four-way tag match that would have also featured Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins as well as Aleister Black & Ricochet and another team PWInsider.com has not confirmed. Raw Tag Team Champions the Revival was slated to be ringside for the match but once it was confirmed Ciampa would not be cleared to wrestle, it was changed to the Revival vs. Black and Ricochet. Ciampa and Gargano instead appeared in a non-wrestling role on the show.
Ciampa is not on the road this weekend.
We are told the neck issue has been a lingering thing for at least 4-5 weeks, possibly longer. Depending on if and when Ciampa is cleared to return, WWE will have to be creative regarding the NXT Championship and the 2019 Dusty Rhodes Tag Classic, which Ciampa is competing in. We are told all options are on the table, depending on what the final determination is regarding his injury, but as of Monday he was not cleared to wrestle medically.”