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WWE: Why having Shayna Baszler is essential for the women’s division

Shayna Baszler should be a pillar of the WWE women’s division. When people think about the WWE women’s division, it’s how every competitor brings something different to the group. Those different styles and personalities were all instrumental in the evolution of women’s wrestling. Along the way,...
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Shayna Baszler Reveals Best WWE Talent Roster She Has Been Part Of Since 2017

Shayna Baszler recently appeared as a guest on the Out Of Character with Ryan Satin podcast for an in-depth interview covering her MMA and pro wrestling career. During the discussion on the popular pro wrestling program, “The Queen of Spades” commented on which female talent roster she feels has been the best since joining WWE.
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Natalya and Shayna Baszler Talk About Injuries in Wrestling (Video)

Natalya discussed dealing with injuries in wrestling while having Naprapthy treatment in a video uploaded to Dr. Beau Hightower’s YouTube page. “I do believe in prehab, not rehab. If we stay on top of our injuries and we keep [working on them]. With what we do it’s so physical. People often say like what we do is fake. It’s like, it’s so hard, Even just hitting the ropes will leave you with bruises. Hitting the mat’s hard, the ropes are hard, the turnbuckles are hard. It’s hard.”
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Sasha Banks and Naomi Defeat Natalya and Shayna Baszler to Retain WWE Women's Tag Team Championships on SmackDown

After weeks of back and forth, it was time for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship match between Champions Naomi and Sasha Banks vs Natalya and Shayna Baszler. Naomi and Baszler were in the ring first, and Baszler got Naomi down to the ground and targeted the injured arm first. Naomi ducked under a kick and then tagged Banks in, and they teamed up and sent Baszler to the ground after pulling Baszlers arms to the mat. Natalya tagged in and immediately went after Banks, stomping on Banks in the corner. Natalya ended up in the corner and Banks countered a move and slammed her face into the turnbuckle and then sent Natalya reeling and followed it up with a Meteora, but Natalya kicked out of the pin.
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Becky Lynch Says She Pitched To Lose To Shayna Baszler At WrestleMania 36, Comments On Awkward Title Exchange With Charlotte Flair From Last Year

The latest guest on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions was current Raw women’s champion Becky Lynch, who spoke about a number of different topics, including how she pitched to lose at WrestleMania 36 against Shayna Baszler, as well as her thoughts on that awkward title exchange with Charlotte Flair from a SmackDown last year. Highlights are below.
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Shayna Baszler On Why She Moved From MMA to Pro Wrestling

In an interview with Argus Leader, Shayna Baszler spoke about making the transition from an MMA fighter to a professional wrestler. Here are highlights:. On why she changed careers from MMA to wrestling: “I think my coach had recognized and I think, you know, in hindsight, I can admit it, I think I was falling out of love with MMA, I started losing fights I shouldn’t have. I didn’t feel scared anymore. You know what I mean? Like I just didn’t care as much as I did before, when I was younger in the sport. So we asked the UFC, hey, could she do some pro wrestling in between? Just to keep her busy and in shape and keep doing stuff, earn some money and they were like, ‘no.’ And so my coach sat me down and was like, ‘Listen, how about we step away and do this pro wrestling thing and see just a reset?'”
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Shayna Baszler Reveals The Differences She Feels Between Pro-Wrestling And MMA

During a recent interview with Argus Leader, Shayna Baszler revealed some details about transitioning from pro-wrestling to MMA. Not being allowed to do some pro-wrestling by UFC was the definitive reason behind her MMA retirement: “I think my coach had recognized and I think, you know, in hindsight, I can admit it, I think I was falling out of love with MMA, I started losing fights I shouldn’t have. I didn’t feel scared anymore. You know what I mean? Like I just didn’t care as much as I did before, when I was younger in the sport. So we asked the UFC, hey, could she do some pro wrestling in between? Just to keep her busy and in shape and keep doing stuff, earn some money and they were like, ‘no.’ And so my coach sat me down and was like, ‘Listen, how about we step away and do this pro wrestling thing and see just a reset?’”
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