AJ Styles On Attacking John Cena, Netflix Orders GLOW Episodes, Fans Receive Pulled Cena T-Shirts

– We noted earlier this month that GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) owner Ursula Hayden had announced a deal for a full new season of GLOW TV on Netflix, to be executive produced by Jenji Kohan, creator of Netflix’s “Orange Is The New Black” series. The Wrap reports that Netflix has ordered 10 episodes of GLOW, which will focus on a 1980s female wrestling promotion

The show, which was co-created by Liv Flahive of Homeland and Carly Mensch of OINTB, is inspired by the real story of GLOW and will be set in Los Angeles. The fictionalized story features an out-of-work actress who finds one last attempt to live out her dreams in the form of a weekly series about female pro wrestlers.

AJ Styles tweeted the following on The Club attacking John Cena last night:

Did the #TheClub make you mad last night on #RAW? Good!
— AJStyles.Org (@AJStylesOrg) May 31, 2016

– As seen below, the Pabst Blue Ribbon-inspired John Cena gear that was pulled over the weekend has shipped to customers who ordered before the item was removed, apparently due to a complaint from PBR.

Una foto pubblicata da 😜 (@wwelectricsmurf) in data: 31 Mag 2016 alle ore 05:55 PDT


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