Here's your Fight Size wrestling update for the morning of March 18th, 2018.
- The closing of the latest edition of SmackDown Live saw Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn take out their rival, SmackDown Live commissioner Shane McMahon. What further irritated the issues between the three men is that Shane McMahon announced that he would indefinitely be stepping down as the figurehead of the blue brand. But before he did so, he made a match official for WrestleMania 34 and that match was Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens. Owens and Zayn were obviously not too keen on the match as seen in the video above.
- At WWE's live event at Madison Square Garden over the weekend, a number of special moments for fans in attendance took place and one of those moments occurred when Sasha Banks payed homage to Rey Mysterio by taking it coast-to-coast with a "619".
- WWE.com recently shared another top-ten list which ranked the ten greatest women's matches in the history of the company. To check out their list, click here.
- While Rusev was on Instagram Live chatting with fans, former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback came into Rusev's chat and asked was he part of the steroid scandal that has been in the news over the past month. Because of Ryback's question, Rusev ended the stream and told viewers to blame "The Big Guy" for the fun being over.
- The "Woken One" is ready for the 'Ultimate Deletion' match this Monday night on RAW. Prior to the brawl at the Hardy compound, Matt had his "Woken Warriors" send a message to Bray Wyatt before "The Great War".
- Center for the New York Knicks Enes Kanter was present at the Garden for WWE's 'Road To WrestleMania' live event tour. He was able to grab a few photos with WWE superstars, and even one with the man who has "shown interest" in managing him, Paul Heyman. To view the photos, head over to Enes Kanter's Twitter.
- Lars Sullivan sent out an interesting tweet that related back to the NXT North American Championship that has yet to be officially announced on NXT TV. For those who are not aware, at NXT TakeOver: New Orleans, a new championship will be introduced to the brand and to determine a winner of said championship, there will be Ladder match featuring: EC3, Ricochet, Velveteen Dream, Adam Cole, Kilian Dane & Lars Sullivan.