Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella knew that they wanted to become parents practically from the moment that they met. The two WWE Superstars are now the parents of a girl named Birdie Joe Danielson, who celebrated her 1st birthday recently. The Danielsons are still new to the world of parenting, but they appear to be eager for another child already. People just released a clip wherein Brie Bella revealed that her husband has been pushing for a second child lately. Brie is also onboard with having another baby, but she stated that they will likely not be having another child for at least one more year. Either way, it certainly sounds like another member will be added to the Danielson family very soon.
Lana returned to the ring on Smackdown last week and actually managed to score a rare win for herself in a match against Billie Kay. As a result of her victory, Lana has earned a spot in the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match at the upcoming WWE pay-per-view of the same name. According to a report from PWInsider, Lana has been visiting Orlando, Florida to receive some more extensive training in the Performance Center lately. This is likely to prepare her for her the Money in the Bank match, which will be the first ladder match in Lana’s young career as an active competitor. “The Ravishing Russian” returns to the ring during the pay-per-view in Chicago, Illinois on June 17th
Right before tickets for Cody Rhodes’ All In show went on sale, it was announced that reigning NWA Champion Nick Aldis will be putting his title on the line in a match against Rhodes at the show this September. Rhodes decided to raise the stakes recently when he vowed to win the ROH World Championship and then defend it against Aldis in a title unification match. During Ring of Honor’s recent Honor United tour, Aldis appeared and agreed to put his title on the line if Rhodes captures the ROH title from current titleholder Dalton Castle. The potential ‘ROH vs. NWA’ title match will be taking place at the huge All In independent wrestling event in Chicago, Illinois on September 1st.