Fight Size Update: Ronda Rousey To Make Her MSG Debut In July, Daniel Bryan Does Not Have A "Non-Compete Period" In His Contract, Tyler Bate, More

Here's your Fight Size wrestling update for the morning of March 17th, 2018.

- During last night's WWE live event from Madison Square Garden, it was announced that Ronda Rousey will be making her debut in the Garden for WWE on July 7th when the company returns for another house show.

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- Former three-time WWE Champion Daniel Bryan's contract is said to end in September of this year. While being asked a question about Bryan's contract on Twitter, Dave Meltzer revealed that due to Bryan no longer being an active member of the WWE roster that there will not be a no-compete period when the contract expires.


- Nia Jax recently partook in a photo-shoot for The Bella Twins' 'Birdiebee' clothing line and shared photos of herself, alongside the former WWE Divas Champions following the shoot. To see the photos, head over to Nia Jax's Twitter page. 

- WWE has released behind-the-scenes footage from the Women's Royal Rumble photo-shoot which was shot the night before the historic match.


- This upcoming Monday after RAW goes off of the air on the USA Network, a new WWE "24" series will air on the WWE Network which will be focused on WWE's women's division. Here's the synopsis for the special:

"Female Superstars are redefining sports entertainment with groundbreaking matches and the addition of Ronda Rousey to a star-studded roster."

- Although the recent NXT tapings have revealed this information, WWE has confirmed that the reason for 'Mustache Mountain' being removed from the 'Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic' is because of Tyler Bate's tweaked knee, which did not allow the former WWE United Kingdom Champion to partake in the tournament along with his partner Trent Seven.


- 'Glow-Ish' is looking for the fans' vote to get a second shot in the Mixed Match Challenge tournament. Check out Jimmy Uso & Naomi's message as to why they should be voted back in the tournament to face "The Robe Warriors", on WWE's YouTube Channel.

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