— Nikki & Brie (@BellaTwins) December 4, 2018
The Bella Twins will be at the Jingle Ball this Friday at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The Bellas presented a cheque for $1,200,000 to the V Foundation on behalf of WWE & Connor’s Cure.
Thanks to @BellaTwins for representing our friends from @WWE tonight! Their efforts to raise funds for pediatric cancer research via @ConnorsCure have been sensational! #DontEverGiveUp pic.twitter.com/FMV0z0vaAe
— The V Foundation (@TheVFoundation) December 5, 2018
Today at the Jimmy V Classic, @WWE presented @TheVFoundation with a check for over $1.2M on behalf of @ConnorsCure, the biggest check to date bringing the total contribution since 2014 to nearly $3M! Thank you @WWEUniverse for your help in the fight against pediatric cancer! pic.twitter.com/QLUtkqWEBv
— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) December 5, 2018
Filmed around the last days of Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, the Total Divas Season 8 Finale is both a farewell and a retrospective for the legendary Superstar and father of longtime castmember Natalya.
Anvil appears early in the episode, when it’s revealed he is suffering from a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s the family has chosen withhold so he can enjoy his final years without worrying about what’s happening. He’s starting to show some signs of decline, which is causing the Neidharts some stress (one bright spot comes when Natalya tests negative for the genetic marker), but he passes suddenly before the illness can progress further. The loss is abrupt and devastating, but Natalya retains a measure of peace knowing her father was still himself at the end. The funeral is a perfectly-organized celebration of his life, at the end of which Natalya is encouraged by her sister to compete at SummerSlam in his memory — a charge she ultimately accepts, wearing his jacket to the ring.
Elsewhere, Naomi and Jimmy Uso have their biggest fight yet after her wedding ring is stolen and Jimmy accuses her of being overly careless, if not outright negligent, of a symbol of their relationship. So, to make it up to him, they replace the ring with something that can’t be stolen: Matching tattoos.
Also, Money in the Bank is coming up and the Total Divas’ various pursuits this season all come to a head. Lana showcases her improvement in the ring; Nia Jax holds her own against Ronda Rousey and, pointedly, The Bella Twins watch from home and begin to realize they miss the ring more than they were initially willing to admit. Brie is even nurturing the idea of a proper comeback … but that’s a story for Total Bellas Season 4 on E! in January.
So I guess it’s actually a week earlier on Jan. 13th.
The Bella Twins and Daniel Bryan are back with an all-new season of Total Bellas, premiering Sunday, Jan. 13, at 9/8 C on E!.
The new season of Total Bellas will follow Nikki Bella as she moves forward with her new life as a single woman and dips her toe back in the dating pool for the first time in almost a decade, allowing Brie to play matchmaker and set her up on dates. The Superstar twins return to the ring with renewed focus and fervor to begin the road to WWE’s first-ever all women’s pay-per-view event, WWE Evolution. Brie and Bryan discuss expanding their family, but with both of them back to in-ring competition and away from Birdie, they must decide if now is the right time to add another baby into the mix.
Season 4 of Total Bellas gets underway as Nikki, seeking a change, spontaneously decides she wants to move to Los Angeles, but these plans are put on hold when WWE asks Brie and Nikki to compete at Evolution. Nikki decides to plant her roots in San Diego where she can train with Brie for WWE’s historic event. Meanwhile, Brie and Bryan talk about trying for baby number two, but Brie has reservations she isn’t sharing with her husband.
Tune in to the Season 4 premiere Sunday, Jan. 13 at 9/8 C on E!.