Categories Merchandise

New Bellas Shirts

The ROOK brand has new t-shirts from The Bella Twins. The shirts are available exclusively at Tilly’s stores.

Categories Bella Twins Interviews

AZ Central Interview With Brie Bella

When WWE Live returns to Phoenix on Saturday, March 21, it also will be a homecoming for the pro-wrestling outfit’s twin Divas, Brie and Nikki Bella, who grew up in Scottsdale.

The Bella Twins will be in the ring to take on their rival Paige — who’s their co-star on the E! reality series “Total Divas,” which just wrapped up its third season. Also on the marquee for WWE Live are “Superstars” John Cena, Roman Reigns and Rusev, who will be moving their story lines along for World Wrestling Entertainment’s annual climax of WrestleMania on March 29 in Santa Clara, Calif.

The Republic caught up with Brie Bella recently by phone.

Question: You and Nikki got your start in athletics playing club soccer. How did you discover wrestling?

Answer: We played with Sereno Soccer Club, which means we traveled throughout the United States. When I graduated from Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, I made my way back to San Diego, which is where I was born. And I saw WWE Divas on television, and I thought to myself, “Oh my goodness, that is our calling.” We love to be athletic, but at the same time we love to entertain. So my sister was actually looking to play pro soccer in Italy, and I convinced her. I said, “Please, there’s this thing called WWE Diva Search. I really want to go. I think we can do this.” And sure enough they gave my sister and me a shot. We got in the ring, fell in love, and the rest is history. Continue reading AZ Central Interview With Brie Bella

Categories Miscellaneous

Superstars For Hope

WWE recently launched the Superstars For Hope campaign:

“WWE is dedicated to using the power of our brand to give back to the community in as many ways as we can. This year, our annual Superstars for Hope campaign will be dedicated to raising funds for Special Olympics celebrating acceptance and inclusion, and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford in support of finding a cure for pediatric cancer. Please join us in supporting these worthwhile causes.”