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Nia Jax: Nobody is safe in WWE

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Former WWE Superstar Nia Jax recently discussed the ‘release’ of Shane McMahon from the company following the disastrous 30-man Royal Rumble event.

According to the rumour mill, McMahon tried to make the match completely about him, and he did end up entering the bout and going toe-to-toe with former UFC fighter Matt Riddle.

In reaction to the release, Nia Jax tweeted: ’Damnnn’¦nobody is safe. So I guess the narrative that you only have a job because you’re related to so & so, doesn’t really fit now does it.’

Ringside News recently reported that Shane McMahon was no longer going to be factoring in to creative ideas.

Ringside News wrote: ‘A tenured member of the creative team informed us that writers were told in a ’˜semi-quiet way’ that ’˜there will be no more creative discussions about Shane McMahon.’ They have now ’˜moved on to other creative discussions.’

The source for RN noted that there was a lot of issues with Shane backstage. ‘Vince had no choice. Shane created chaos, had everyone in an uproar, pissed off everyone in the Rumble, openly buried other producers, and was changing things that Vince wanted. Vince had no other choice but to send him home.’

Nia Jax on Shane McMahon

RAW is broadcast each and every Monday night, and fans in the United Kingdom can watch the show with a monthly BT Sport subscription.

SmackDown is also available on BT Sport every Friday; again for fans who are subscribed to the monthly service that can sometimes be bundled with BT Broadband.

NXT 2.0 and WWE NXT UK are available to watch on Tuesdays and Thursdays respectively on WWE Network in the United Kingdom. The shows are also available on Peacock in the United States.

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