When Lana and Tamina were paired up on SmackDown Live a lot of people were wondering how that alliance would turn out. There was some major intrigue about Lana as she jumped to the top of the SmackDown Women’s Division to lose three straight times to Naomi but she pushed on.
For a bit it looked as though Tamina was putting Lana under her wing and looked to be possibly guiding her along the way as some kind of wrestling sage. Other fans noticed a distinctive and curious “Orange Is The New Black” feel to the blossoming partnership. But on the go-home SmackDown Live for SummerSlam this union took another turn.
Lana hyped Tamina up saying she would teach her how to be a champion, and if Snuka followed the Ravishing Russian’s guidance she would learn how to crush. That is very curious verbiage seeing how Lana’s husband Rusev is still on the same brand and crushing on his own as he prepares to face Randy Orton at the Biggest Party Of The Summer.
With Lana seemingly taking a manager spot on the roster once more some fans might be under the assumption the “Lana experiment” in the ring is over. But Lana put all of those rumors to rest as she tweeted out saying she will never stop wrestling because she loves it. She sounds pretty sure of herself too as she said she will continue to work on her wrestling because nobody will kill her dream.
I WILL never stop wrestling because I love wrestling. Think what you want but no one will kill my dream & ambition to work on my wrestling
— CJ (Lana) Perry (@LanaWWE) August 16, 2017
There’s been a ton of news in the last 48 hours. Click on the links below if you’d like to catch up on some of the top stories:
- Get all the updates about Ric Flair’s current health situation here
- GFW strips Alberto El Patron of World Championship
- Bayley’s injury may force WWE to delay plans for a major angle
- WWE star might be getting repackaged soon
- Enzo Amore’s deleted post may have gotten him more heat in WWE
- More incidents involving Alberto El Patron that have not been reported, Alberto’s lawyer sends letter to GFW