Have the WWE Women Been Paid for Greatest Royal Rumble?, WWE Reportedly Signs Impressive Olympic Gymnast

Following the WWE Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia, there had been conflicting information regarding the women of WWE being paid for the show despite them not being allowed to compete at the event.

PWInsider.com reported that WWE intended to pay the women for the event, but according to the most recent edition of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the women of WWE have yet to be paid for the Greatest Royal Rumble, and furthermore, they are not expecting to be paid for the event.

Read Also: Jim Ross Does Not Think the WWE Women Should Be Paid for Greatest Royal Rumble

WWE Reportedly Signs Impressive Olympic Gymnast

According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE has signed 24 year-old Olympic gymnast Stacey Ervin, Jr. Ervin placed third in the 2015 NCAA Championships in the floor exercises when he was a Senior at the University of Michigan.

Ervin was said to have impressed at his WWE tryout several months ago, as he was “immediately” able to do the type of acrobatic offensive maneuvers done by talent such as Ricochet.

You can check out a photo of Ervin below, and back in February of this year, WWE released footage of Ervin at his tryout, and you can check out his impressive skill set below:

24 year old Gymnast Stacey Ervin Jr (Simone Biles bf) has signed with WWE.

He is currently in Orlando undergoing medicals and setting up his housing. pic.twitter.com/GdQyAAG2Ou

— casey michael (@ifyouseekcasey) May 15, 2018

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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter