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Week ending September 3rd, 2017

Each week, The Backpage will wrap up some of the smaller news stories, rumors, editorials and gossip making the rounds in women’s wrestling. Got a tip for next week? Send it in.

* Current plans, which could all change if Vince McMahon decides otherwise, call for Asuka to win the Raw Women’s Championship upon debuting on Raw, and continue her historic win streak on the main roster. (Wrestle Zone)

* WWE releases a new Natalya “Paws Out, Claws Out” T-Shirt. (Shop.WWE.com)

* While GFW has not announced anything, they have signed an agreement to remain on Pop TV in 2018. (PWInsider)

* Miami Herald profiles Mae Young Classic participants Sage Beckett, Rachel Evers and Santana Garrett. (Miami Herald)

* WrestleCade, a convention scheduled for November 24th-26th, announced that Sexy Star would no longer be appearing due to the TripleMania incident with GFW star Rosemary. (Twitter)

* Maria Kanellis took to Instagram to explain her husband Mike Bennett‘s personal battle with prescription medicine. (Instagram)

* Cageside Seats looks at some of the fan dissatisfaction with Bayley and how it can be fixed. (Cageside Seats)

* Since GFW is building to a GFW vs. AAA storyline, it will be covering the Rosemary and Sexy Star Triplemania incident, as it was such a big talking point among fans, but it is not part of a storyline leading to a match or anything of that nature involving Star vs. Rosemary. (PWInsider)

* WWE Network will air an Alundra Blayze Documentary titled Trailblazer later this month. (Squared Circle Sirens)

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