Fight Size Update: New Details On 'Something Else To Wrestle With', Paul Ellering-Authors Of Pain, Cody Considering Flip For 'All In', More

Here's your Fight Size wrestling Update for the evening of April 15th, 2018.

- Bruce Prichard's 'Something [Else] To Wrestle With' podcast is coming to the WWE Network. The host of the podcast Conrad Thompson shared via Twitter that the show on the WWE Network is scheduled for thirteen weeks and they will begin taping tomorrow.

- Former WWE talent and Mae Young Classic competitor Kay Lee Ray spoke on an incident that happened during WrestleMania 34. Kay Lee Ray who was in attendance for Ronda Rousey's debut match could not focus on the bout due an intoxicated fan who apparently yelled out some disrespectful things towards Ronda Rousey. Kay Lee Ray shared her thoughts on the situation stating that fans can do whatever they please seeing as how they purchased a ticket, but that does not mean that they can disrespect the in-ring performers.

- Former NXT Tag Team Champions The Authors Of Pain made their main roster debut his past Monday on RAW. Following their quick and easy beat down of Heath Slater & Rhyno the duo left their manager, WWE Hall Of Famer Paul Ellering in the rear view mirror. The general belief was that Ellering, being 65 years old did not want to travel up and down the roads to manage A.O.P. now that they are on the main roster. Ellering's daughter, Rachel Ellering responded to a Twitter user and vaguely denied that the general belief regarding Paul Ellering being left behind was true. "Precious" Paul Ellering then tweeted out that he loves traveling and has seen this road before.

- After months of attempts and trying to get himself on the card, Flip Gordon is being considered to be a part of 'All In' as announced by Cody, but Cody soon deleted the tweet.

- NXT ring announcer Kayla Braxton shared a photo on Instagram of herself alongside Sarah Schreiber who was hired by WWE last week as an announcer. Schreiber made her debut at an NXT Live event yesterday.

- Former WWE Tag Team Champion Damien Sandow shared via social media that he did not tune into WrestleMania and has zero desire of going back to the company. Head over to Sandow's official Twitter account to view the rest of comments.

- "The Twisted Sister Of SAnitY" Nikki Cross has officially created an Instagram page and is looking to bring the chaos to the social media platform. 

- Two former multi-time WWE Women's Champions Beth Phoenix & Mickie James had an exchange that included Mickie thanking Beth for the match that they two had ten years ago which culminated with James winning the WWE Women's Championship.

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