The evolution of the struggle for the Women's Unprocessed Championship in the first Pay-Per-View for women in the WWE, "Evolution" has been inflamed in social networks.
It's the whole story, right? – but Ronda Rousey and Nikki Bella and her twin Brie unleashed some hay makers on Twitter and Instagram during the weekend.
The special event, which will take place at the Nassau Coliseum on Long Island on October 28, will make Rousey put her championship and immaculate brand on the line against Nikki Bella.
Rousey tweeted a story from the tape on Sunday:
The response of the Bellas was quite toxic.
That led to a total verbal assault by the former UFC star on Instagram.
You know someone writing the title
"Producer" next to your name in the credits does not make you a kind of god. The degree of your participation in @totalbellas and @totaldivas is that you let them film you, act like idiots when they wish and, in return, give you extravagant titles in the credits.
And if having a "successful" YouTube channel reaches your short list of achievements, you're not doing as well as you imagine.
I'm not even going to find out that boasting about your own fame is possibly one of the most narcissistic things you could do … Because I'm busy and I'm touring the northeast with Wwe at this very moment. What are you doing? Take another picture with a wet shirt while trying to sell wine? See you in # Evolution # DoNothingBellas # Oct28 # RondaVsBella # DontbeaDNB
The problems started recently on Raw, when the Bellas gave Rousey a "heel" after a game.
And the later explanation:
The disputes are better than the ones that Nikki Bella faced with his ex-girlfriend John Cena during his long separation after he was proposed in the ring at WrestleMania 33.
This marks the first incursion of the WWE into a female PPV. From what it looks like on Ticketmaster.com, tickets are still available but they seem to go fast.