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Lana Upset over Stanley Cup Finals, claims Pittsburgh Penguins cheated

The Pittsburgh Penguins are the new holders of the Stanley Cup. It was a brutal series and a nail biter at times. The WWE Universe is full of fans and superstars alike who were more than happy to see the Penguins win. But not everybody can be totally happy.

As it turns out Lana and her husband Handsome Rusev are residents of Nashville. Rusev is actually a big fan of country music because of that fact. If you remember that Snickers commercial with Rusev dancing around the gym sporting a cowboy hat, that was probably his actual hat and dance moves. He’s not only a huge personality but also a big fan of the Nashville Predators.

Lana and Rusev have been known to frequent as many Nashville Predators games as they can. In fact, the reason Rusev didn’t show up on night he was supposed to be on SmackDown Live a couple of weeks ago to challenge for the WWE Championship at Money In The Bank was because he was at a Preds game. It could be said that The Bulgarian Brute and The Ravishing Russian might enjoy the Nashville Predators more than they do crushing.

The Nashville Predators gave it all they had, but Lana is speaking up to say she doesn’t think her team’s loss was all their fault. Lana would like to claim the game was fixed. Of course we’re not sure exactly how she’s claiming the game was rigged, but Lana says the Penguins had the referees in their pocket the whole time. Cheaters or not, the Pittsburgh Penguins are still the owners of the Stanley Cup and there’s nothing Lana can do about it.

Lana needs to get her head on straight and learn how to redirect this anger to focus on her very important match at Money In The Bank. After all, she has found herself in a match for Naomi’s SmackDown Women’s Championship. At least one of the two has a title match in St Louis.






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