Greetings, comrades! It is I, your El Presidente, stopping by once again to bring you the hottest wrestling gossip making the rounds on the internet. Today's big scoops about Zelina Vega and Bea Priestley come from Fightful Select and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, but your El Presidente is here to redistribute this wealth of wrestling knowledge from behind the paywalls of the capitalist scum who control the means of rumor production, giving it to the people instead! And so what if your El Presidente skims a little bit off the top? Do I not deserve to prosper too, comrades? Haw haw haw haw!
First up is a rumor from Fightful Select, which claims that Zelina Vega is on her way back to WWE. The hero of labor was unceremoniously fired from WWE last November after tweeting in support of a wrestler's union. Vega was one of many WWE wrestlers affected by WWE's policy shift that claimed control of the money-making social media accounts of its talents. Vega operates lucrative Twitch and OnlyFans accounts and refused to give up the money, which for some wrestlers could be more lucrative than their actual contracts. You go, girl comrade! Unfortunately, it looks like Vega may have surrendered to the capitalist pigs, as Fightful reports that she was at the WWE Performance Center to film a project with Simone Johnson and, though nothing is official, she is expected to return to the company.
In other WWE News, Bea Priestley is headed to NXT UK, according to the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Dave Meltzer took time out of his busy schedule of angering the wrestling social media world by hosting a podcast interview with Bruce Mitchell to complain about cancel culture after Mitchell parted ways with PW Torch for publishing a column demanding to know why AEW and Brodie Lee's wife were lying about the cause of his death (plot twitst: they weren't lying, and he was just being a moron). Bryan Alvarez deleted the podcast and Meltzer apologized the next day. Wait, what was this about again, comrades? Oh yeah. Bea Priestley. So take it with a grain of salt.
Until next time, amigos: socialism or death!