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Is Big E the new WWE Champion?

After 12 Years, Big E Finally Wins the WWE Championship: 'It Was a Spiritual Experience' ... BOSTON — It's a new day in WWE. Big E cashed in his Money in the Bank contract Monday night on Raw, then defeated Bobby Lashley to become the new WWE champion. Sports IllustratedAfter 12 Years, Big E Finally Wins the WWE Championship: ‘It Was a Spiritual Experience’

Who did Big E cash in on?

At the close of Monday's show in Boston, Money in the Bank winner Big E came out and successfully cashed in his briefcase on Bobby Lashley to become the new WWE Champion. DraftKings NationBig E WWE Championship video: Money In The Bank winner cashes in on Monday Night Raw, pins Bobby Lashley [VID…

Last night's 2021 Met Gala celebrated the opening of the Costume Institute's exhibit, "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion." 

Among the well-known faces in the crowd, one person in particular stood out and earned massive approval across Twitter — none other than Quannah Chasinghorse, an impressive 19-year-old model who is here to shape the fashion world. 

Quannah Chasinghorse is a Native American model and activist of Hän Gwich’in and Oglala Lakota ancestry. 

Who is this NDN GODDESS at the Met Gala? Quannah Chasing Horse. What does she do? Actor? Model? Angel? Goddess? pic.twitter.com/0GWp01alql

— lulugirl (@Brienja) September 14, 2021

At only 19, Chasinghorse already has an impressive portfolio under her belt. She was first cast in a 2020 Calvin Klein campaign and signed with IMG Models a few months later. 

“I was obsessed with watching runway shows on television—Dior, Chanel, Prada—and I was always posing for pictures,” she said in a Vogue interview. But due to the lack of representation in fashion media, Chasinghorse admitted that, “it was really hard for me to feel like I had the potential to be a model.”

Now, the rising star is in the spotlight and paving the way for Indigenous representation in the industry. 

Before her big modeling break, Chasinghorse gained a massive following on social media thanks to her dedication to activism.

To this day, she continues using her platform to address all causes near and dear to her, particularly climate justice. 

She’s already spoken at the 2019 Alaska Federation of Natives Convention and has spoken at length about the importance of protecting indigenous communities from oil and gas development.

Just last night, social media went wild over her stunning look. Chasinghorse oozed radiance in a golden DUNDAS X REVOLVE gown. 

WHY ISNT ANYONE TALKING ABOUT THIS INDIGENOUS QUEEN WHO SERVED AT THE MET GALA. HER NAME IS QUANNAH CHASINGHORSE AND SHE ATE pic.twitter.com/ODAZn740HN

— ratcatcher 2 and sebastian shady facts (@takahashiputa) September 14, 2021

"quannah chasinghorse looks SO STUNNING i am in awe...she absolutely understood the assignment #MetGala," gushed one user.  

"I WISH MORE PEOPLE WOULD TALK ABOUT HOW QUANNAH CHASINGHORSE SERVEDD AT THE MET GALA??!! INDIGENOUS QUEEN," exclaimed another.  

Chasinghorse proudly represented Navajo culture by sporting authentic turquoise that was reportedly lent to her by Former Miss Navajo Nation '06, Jocelyn Billy Upshaw.  

While Chasinghorse was applauded, many on social media expressed their disappointment with the event's lack of Indigenous American representation. 

One user wrote, "honestly im disappointed at the lack of Native American guests at an event literally themed AMERICA but i guess that fits the theme lol."

Others also pointed out that no Native designers were showcased on the red carpet. 

For an event celebrating the diversity and history of "American fashion," many people were dismayed to see the lack of Indigenous representation beyond Chasinghorse— especially considering how traditional garb and customs are often appropriated by both the fashion industry and non-Native individuals. 

Louise Erdrich, an Indigenous author, penned a heartfelt piece for Vogue earlier this year that highlighted Indigenous exclusion from the fashion industry. 

"Indigenous people create tribally specific clothing for many reasons—to express belonging, enter ceremony, show resistance, and to dance. More important, I think our clothing makes a simple point. We are still here." 

Erdrich added that, "These days, the only way I have to express Indigeneity in public life is to wear jewelry, especially beaded earrings, on Zoom appearances.

Like Erdrich, the young model also makes a point of wearing her cultural jewelry.

She often incorporates it into professional photoshoots as well as her own personal style. Fashion, to Chasinghorse, is an "impactful and eye-catching medium" that lets her share her culture and help educate others. 

We thank Quannah not only for her work, but for also showing us how we can each embrace our own heritage with a fashionable flair. Here's to wishing her the utmost success in her ever-growing career! 

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Possible plans for Bobby Lashley following WWE Championship loss - Reports

Sportskeeda 15 September, 2021 - 02:20am

Bobby Lashley lost the WWE Championship to Big E on the latest episode of RAW. Lashley defended the title against Randy Orton in the main event but Big E cashed in his MITB contract. As per reports, Lashley might be getting his old crew back as a Hurt Business reunion might be in the works.

With Big E becoming a member of the RAW roster, The New Day has effectively been reunited. If Lashley wants to take on the WWE Champion Big E in the future, it would be wise for him to have some people watching his back. And who better to do that than his former stablemates Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander?

As per Cageside seats, there is speculation that The Hurt Business could be reuniting soon after Bobby Lashley's fall from the top of RAW's food chain. It was Benjamin and Alexander who had helped Lashley become the WWE Champion.

Considering their careers have gone nowhere since being removed from The Hurt Business, it would be a good option for all four men to get back together again and help each other.

There had been a lot of uproar when WWE decided to disband The Hurt Business despite it proving to be one of the most successful stables of recent times.

The group broke up after Alexander and Benjamin lost the RAW tag team championships and could not live up to the expectations of MVP and Bobby Lashley. It will be interesting to see how MVP tries to get the two men back on his side after having shunned them.

If the crew does get back together, it would be wise to add a few new members to the group. One name that even Lashley himself wants in The Hurt Business is Keith Lee.

Vince Russo makes an offer to Vince McMahon himself right here. Check it out, bro!

Possible plans for Bobby Lashley following WWE Championship loss - Reports

Wrestling Inc. 15 September, 2021 - 02:20am

Bobby Lashley lost the WWE Championship to Big E on the latest episode of RAW. Lashley defended the title against Randy Orton in the main event but Big E cashed in his MITB contract. As per reports, Lashley might be getting his old crew back as a Hurt Business reunion might be in the works.

With Big E becoming a member of the RAW roster, The New Day has effectively been reunited. If Lashley wants to take on the WWE Champion Big E in the future, it would be wise for him to have some people watching his back. And who better to do that than his former stablemates Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander?

As per Cageside seats, there is speculation that The Hurt Business could be reuniting soon after Bobby Lashley's fall from the top of RAW's food chain. It was Benjamin and Alexander who had helped Lashley become the WWE Champion.

Considering their careers have gone nowhere since being removed from The Hurt Business, it would be a good option for all four men to get back together again and help each other.

There had been a lot of uproar when WWE decided to disband The Hurt Business despite it proving to be one of the most successful stables of recent times.

The group broke up after Alexander and Benjamin lost the RAW tag team championships and could not live up to the expectations of MVP and Bobby Lashley. It will be interesting to see how MVP tries to get the two men back on his side after having shunned them.

If the crew does get back together, it would be wise to add a few new members to the group. One name that even Lashley himself wants in The Hurt Business is Keith Lee.

Vince Russo makes an offer to Vince McMahon himself right here. Check it out, bro!

MVP Teases Reuniting The Hurt Business On WWE RAW - Wrestling Inc.

Wrestling Inc. 15 September, 2021 - 01:48am

In the aftermath of Bobby Lashley losing the WWE Championship to Big E on this week’s WWE RAW, MVP took to Instagram to post a picture of him sitting alongside Shelton Benjamin.

MVP wrote that he was “discussing business with an old acquaintance,” leading fans to speculate on a possible reunion of The Hurt Business.

Meanwhile, Cedric Alexander apparently mocked Lashley by tweeting, “If only you had some backup” immediately after Big E cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase on RAW.

There has also been some chatter lately of Keith Lee getting reintroduced on RAW as a member of MVP’s stable.

The Hurt Business was split up in late March when Lashley dismissed Benjamin and Alexander from the group in an in-ring segment. The split led to a lot of criticism, with the likes of Dave Batista speaking out against WWE’s creative decision.

There were also reports of Lashley and MVP trying to convince Vince McMahon to not break up the faction.

MVP’s Instagram post can be seen below:

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Indigenous Model Quannah Chasinghorse Was The Epitome Of American Fashion At The Met Gala

Cageside Seats 14 September, 2021 - 07:15pm

Last night's 2021 Met Gala celebrated the opening of the Costume Institute's exhibit, "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion." 

Among the well-known faces in the crowd, one person in particular stood out and earned massive approval across Twitter — none other than Quannah Chasinghorse, an impressive 19-year-old model who is here to shape the fashion world. 

Quannah Chasinghorse is a Native American model and activist of Hän Gwich’in and Oglala Lakota ancestry. 

Who is this NDN GODDESS at the Met Gala? Quannah Chasing Horse. What does she do? Actor? Model? Angel? Goddess? pic.twitter.com/0GWp01alql

— lulugirl (@Brienja) September 14, 2021

At only 19, Chasinghorse already has an impressive portfolio under her belt. She was first cast in a 2020 Calvin Klein campaign and signed with IMG Models a few months later. 

“I was obsessed with watching runway shows on television—Dior, Chanel, Prada—and I was always posing for pictures,” she said in a Vogue interview. But due to the lack of representation in fashion media, Chasinghorse admitted that, “it was really hard for me to feel like I had the potential to be a model.”

Now, the rising star is in the spotlight and paving the way for Indigenous representation in the industry. 

Before her big modeling break, Chasinghorse gained a massive following on social media thanks to her dedication to activism.

To this day, she continues using her platform to address all causes near and dear to her, particularly climate justice. 

She’s already spoken at the 2019 Alaska Federation of Natives Convention and has spoken at length about the importance of protecting indigenous communities from oil and gas development.

Just last night, social media went wild over her stunning look. Chasinghorse oozed radiance in a golden DUNDAS X REVOLVE gown. 

WHY ISNT ANYONE TALKING ABOUT THIS INDIGENOUS QUEEN WHO SERVED AT THE MET GALA. HER NAME IS QUANNAH CHASINGHORSE AND SHE ATE pic.twitter.com/ODAZn740HN

— ratcatcher 2 and sebastian shady facts (@takahashiputa) September 14, 2021

"quannah chasinghorse looks SO STUNNING i am in awe...she absolutely understood the assignment #MetGala," gushed one user.  

"I WISH MORE PEOPLE WOULD TALK ABOUT HOW QUANNAH CHASINGHORSE SERVEDD AT THE MET GALA??!! INDIGENOUS QUEEN," exclaimed another.  

Chasinghorse proudly represented Navajo culture by sporting authentic turquoise that was reportedly lent to her by Former Miss Navajo Nation '06, Jocelyn Billy Upshaw.  

While Chasinghorse was applauded, many on social media expressed their disappointment with the event's lack of Indigenous American representation. 

One user wrote, "honestly im disappointed at the lack of Native American guests at an event literally themed AMERICA but i guess that fits the theme lol."

Others also pointed out that no Native designers were showcased on the red carpet. 

For an event celebrating the diversity and history of "American fashion," many people were dismayed to see the lack of Indigenous representation beyond Chasinghorse— especially considering how traditional garb and customs are often appropriated by both the fashion industry and non-Native individuals. 

Louise Erdrich, an Indigenous author, penned a heartfelt piece for Vogue earlier this year that highlighted Indigenous exclusion from the fashion industry. 

"Indigenous people create tribally specific clothing for many reasons—to express belonging, enter ceremony, show resistance, and to dance. More important, I think our clothing makes a simple point. We are still here." 

Erdrich added that, "These days, the only way I have to express Indigeneity in public life is to wear jewelry, especially beaded earrings, on Zoom appearances.

Like Erdrich, the young model also makes a point of wearing her cultural jewelry.

She often incorporates it into professional photoshoots as well as her own personal style. Fashion, to Chasinghorse, is an "impactful and eye-catching medium" that lets her share her culture and help educate others. 

We thank Quannah not only for her work, but for also showing us how we can each embrace our own heritage with a fashionable flair. Here's to wishing her the utmost success in her ever-growing career! 

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WWE RAW Audience Sees Big Drop From Last Week Against Monday Night Football - Wrestling Inc.

Wrestling Inc. 14 September, 2021 - 03:35pm

Monday’s live edition of WWE RAW drew an average of 1.670 million viewers on the USA Network, according to Nielsen via Wrestlenomics.

This is down 9.68% from last week’s 1.849 million viewers for the Labor Day episode.

RAW drew a 0.43 rating in the 18-49 key demographic this week. This is down 17.30% from last week’s 0.52 key demo rating. That 0.43 rating represents 556,000 viewers in the 18-49 range, which is down 17.01% from the 670,000 18-49 viewers that last week’s 0.52 rating drew, according to Wrestlenomics.

We will update this article with details on the hourly breakdown and the Cable Top 150 rankings shortly.

This week’s RAW went up against Week 1 of the NFL’s Monday Night Football on ESPN and ABC. The game between the was watched by 7.6 million viewers on ESPN, 800,000 viewers on ESPN2, and 6.5 million viewers on ABC. RAW on Monday night drew the lowest audience since the July 12 show, which was the final ThunderDome show. RAW also tied with the July 12 show with the lowest key demo rating since July 5, and the third-lowest key demo rating of the year. This week’s viewership was down 9.68% from last week, while this week’s key demo rating was down 17.30% from last week.

Monday’s RAW viewership was down 1.12% from the same week in 2020, while the 18-49 key demo rating was down 14% from the same week in 2020. The 2020 episode was the special In Your Face edition, which also went head-to-head with the Monday Night Football opener.

Monday’s RAW from the TD Garden in Boston had a few happenings advertised ahead of time – Jeff Hardy vs. WWE United States Champion Damian Priest, WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Natalya vs. Rhea Ripley, RAW Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair vs. Shayna Baszler in a non-title bout, The New Day, Mansoor and Mustafa Ali vs. AJ Styles, Omos, T-BAR and MACE, plus Bobby Lashley defending the WWE Title against RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton in the main event, which ended with Big E cashing in his Money In the Bank contract to win the title. Big E had announced on Monday morning that he would be cashing in, and he appeared throughout the show.

Below is our 2021 RAW Viewership Tracker, along with the WWE Top 10 video for Monday’s show:

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WWE RAW Audience Sees Big Drop From Last Week Against Monday Night Football - Wrestling Inc.

Bleacher Report 14 September, 2021 - 03:35pm

Monday’s live edition of WWE RAW drew an average of 1.670 million viewers on the USA Network, according to Nielsen via Wrestlenomics.

This is down 9.68% from last week’s 1.849 million viewers for the Labor Day episode.

RAW drew a 0.43 rating in the 18-49 key demographic this week. This is down 17.30% from last week’s 0.52 key demo rating. That 0.43 rating represents 556,000 viewers in the 18-49 range, which is down 17.01% from the 670,000 18-49 viewers that last week’s 0.52 rating drew, according to Wrestlenomics.

We will update this article with details on the hourly breakdown and the Cable Top 150 rankings shortly.

This week’s RAW went up against Week 1 of the NFL’s Monday Night Football on ESPN and ABC. The game between the was watched by 7.6 million viewers on ESPN, 800,000 viewers on ESPN2, and 6.5 million viewers on ABC. RAW on Monday night drew the lowest audience since the July 12 show, which was the final ThunderDome show. RAW also tied with the July 12 show with the lowest key demo rating since July 5, and the third-lowest key demo rating of the year. This week’s viewership was down 9.68% from last week, while this week’s key demo rating was down 17.30% from last week.

Monday’s RAW viewership was down 1.12% from the same week in 2020, while the 18-49 key demo rating was down 14% from the same week in 2020. The 2020 episode was the special In Your Face edition, which also went head-to-head with the Monday Night Football opener.

Monday’s RAW from the TD Garden in Boston had a few happenings advertised ahead of time – Jeff Hardy vs. WWE United States Champion Damian Priest, WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Natalya vs. Rhea Ripley, RAW Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair vs. Shayna Baszler in a non-title bout, The New Day, Mansoor and Mustafa Ali vs. AJ Styles, Omos, T-BAR and MACE, plus Bobby Lashley defending the WWE Title against RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton in the main event, which ended with Big E cashing in his Money In the Bank contract to win the title. Big E had announced on Monday morning that he would be cashing in, and he appeared throughout the show.

Below is our 2021 RAW Viewership Tracker, along with the WWE Top 10 video for Monday’s show:

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A reunion of a popular WWE stable in the works?

Wrestling News 14 September, 2021 - 02:13pm

Following Bobby Lashley’s WWE Championship loss last night on Monday Night Raw, MVP seems to be working to get things back on track and it looks like there are plans to reunite a stable.

MVP posted a photo of himself on the plane ride home (they both live in Houston) sitting next to Shelton Benjamin. He also included the caption, “Discussing business with an old acquaintance…”

Last night after Raw, Cedric Alexander tweeted, “If only you had some backup.”

So it looks like perhaps there is a chance that The Hurt Business will reunite. When the group was disbanded by Vince McMahon earlier this year, many fans and people inside of the company wondered why that decision was made since they worked well together.

A feud between The Hurt Business and The New Day might be what Raw needs right now.

If only you had some backup pic.twitter.com/WmdFlq6f7E

— PRIME Alexander (@CedricAlexander) September 14, 2021

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