Here is your Fight Size Update for the evening of February 18th, 2018.
- Ahead of the two men meeting inside the men's Elimination Chamber match this upcoming Sunday, the WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz, took a shot a Finn Balor via Twitter. The Miz basically mentioned how Balor has not made any impact since having to relinquish his WWE Universal Title the night after winning it at the 2016 'SummerSlam' PPV.
- The "Extraordinary" man is not phased by Miz's comments; as he has one goal on his mind and that is to head to WrestleMania and become the first ever two-time WWE Universal Champion.
- As noted here on Fightful, Mae Young Classic competitor Zeda, returned to in-ring action for the first time since suffering an elbow injury in October of 2017.
- Curt Hawkins, has hit another milestone in his career; as the RAW talent has reached an outlandish record of 0 wins and 175 losses. Hawkins took to Twitter to "celebrate" his new achievement.
- The 'Four Horsemen': Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard & Barry Windham, with manager J.J. Dillon were a part of the meet and greet session at Maryland Championship Wrestling's 'Horsemen Anniversary' event.
- Two former multi-time WWE Women's Champions and pioneers of the Women's division, Trish Stratus and Lita were reunited at Planet Comic-Con. Trish uploaded a boomerang of the two enjoying themselves at their meet and greet sessions.
- The first ever WCPW Women's Champion, Nixon Newell, who is currently signed to WWE has been sidelined with a torn ACL injury that kept her out of competing in the Mae Young Classic. Yesterday, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer noted on Twitter that Newell is nearing a return to the ring.
- In WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley's latest blog, the former 3-time WWE Champion praised one of NXT's newest signees, Ricochet. To read more into Foley's blog and his praising of Ricochet, click here.
- An interesting note on Brock Lesnar's Universal Title reign. Coming up on April 3rd, it will have been a full year since Lesnar captured the title from Goldberg at WrestleMania 33. The title has only been in existence for two years and Lesnar has held the title for 58% of that time.