WWE Superstars exchange heated words on social media


Things got heated on social media recently.

Although Emma had some success early in her WWE career, she has been demoted after suffering a string of injuries that have had a setback in her career. The latest push that she received was back in May, but that ended shortly due to her suffering a shoulder injury at a live event in Liverpool, England in May. However, that injury didn’t put her out of action for long as she returned on June 12th.

Since then, she has not done much on television, and this has not sat well with her. Two weeks marked her five year anniversary with the company, and instead of working, she was sitting backstage in the locker room.

She let her voice known on her Twitter account by voicing her frustration. Since then, WWE has slowly but surely started pushing her. Emma wrote the following, “@NiaJaxWWE should be thanking ME for getting her a match she doesn't deserve. This is about me. @ #WWENoMercy it'll be #EmmaNewWomensChamp.”

Jax fired back by writing, “did you thank Vince for the 6 month vignette push you had but never capitalized on? How much MORE do you deserve?”

As seen on this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw, Emma and Nia Jax teamed up to defeat the team of Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks. As a stipulation that was put in place by Raw GM Kurt Angle, with Jax and Emma winning the match, they will be added to the Raw Women’s Title match at No Mercy.

Bliss will now defend the title against Banks, Emma, and Jax in a Fatal 4-Way match at the event.

The No Mercy pay-per-view event takes place in Los Angeles, CA at the Staples Center on Sunday, September 24th and will air on the WWE Network and some traditional pay-per-view outlets. This will be an exclusive RAW brand event.

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