This year’s 30-Woman Royal Rumble Match will kick off The Road to WrestleMania for one lucky Superstar, and there’s a special wrinkle added to the bout this year courtesy of Charlotte Flair.
The match begins with just two women in the ring. Every 90 seconds, a new Superstar enters the fray. Elimination only occurs when a Superstar has gone over the top rope and both feet have touched the floor. This continues until there is just one woman left standing as the winner of the Royal Rumble Match.
Normally, the prize at the end of the match would be a title opportunity against the champion of the winner’s choosing, but with the SmackDown Women’s Champion entering herself into this year’s match, it seems Flair wants to win it all and be able to choose who gets to challenge her in one of the main events of WrestleMania 38, the most stupendous two-night WrestleMania in history, at AT&T Stadium in Dallas!
The field of competitors thus far includes current Superstars and multiple WWE Hall of Famers such as the following:
Will Charlotte make history as the first active Women’s Champion to win the Royal Rumble Match? If not, who will punch her ticket to one of WrestleMania 38’s biggest matches?
Find out at Royal Rumble, live from The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri, on Saturday, Jan. 29, at 8 ET/5 PT, streaming exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else!
Spend Alabama Stakes day at Saratoga Race Course with Danielle Moinet and her mother, Glynis, as even the remnants of Hurricane Henri could not dampen a wonderful day at the racetrack. The former WWE wrestler known as Summer Rae, Danielle Moinet gave her mom the VIP tour of the historic racetrack in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., while Glynis provided plenty of laughs.
The newly upcoming N.Y.C fashion company, Flying Solo, made the ultimate debut at Miami Swim Week. Which took place at La Sombra Garden in Miami Beach, FL on July 08, 2021. This event was the first ever time that Flying Solo made an appearance at Miami Swim Week. Flying Solo is a company that endorses other fashion brands to have a place to prosper and grow. These fashion brands then go through a lineup of having a position at retail stores, PR showrooms and eventually make it to highly acclaimed shows just like Miami Swim Week.
For Miami Swim Week, about 65 brands from all across the world put together pieces to go along with the show’s swimwear theme. This Flying Solo’s debut can be considered their company’s first ever largest show event. To make the show even more exciting, many well known models and influencers were invited to partake in the show.
Some of the key participants were influencers Danielle Moinet and Jeana Turner. As well as America’s Next Top Model star, Khrystyana. These stars made their appearances on the runaway – to showcase brand new exciting swimwear pieces that are perfect for the summer season.
For Miami Swim Week, the brands invited to participate collaborated amongst each other to create the ultimate swimwear look. The brands were all a combination of swim, resort and accessories companies. The model pictured here is wearing a two-piece bikini in a holographic silver color. She also has a multicolored handbag with pink, blue and aqua color accents. There are also key pieces of jewelry such as large hoop earrings and a bracelet. This look is on behalf of the brand, AGAPE by Simona, an Italian inspired fashion line.
The Kansas based brand, NYLA Couture shared this shimmering white colored look at Miami Swim Week. The model is seen wearing a bikini top that is detailed with beautiful diamond accents. Some silver chains also follow below the model’s bust. There is a mesh like white bottom cover up with detailed flowers imprinted. The model is also carrying a white fabric that is resting on her shoulder.
The U.S. based brand, Le’Foreign presented this stylish swimwear look. The model is seen wearing a long sleeved swim top with high waisted bottoms. Throughout the piece, the company logo is imprinted all over both the top and bottoms. The swim top also creates a v-neck style to add a stylish touch.
Men’s swimwear was also a key part of Flying Solo’s debut at Miami Swim Week. Several brands also came together to put a lineup of great men swimwear pieces for the summer. This model is seen wearing a swim short created by U.S. fashion brand, Cottonmouth Swim. The swim short resembles a type of dark snake skin like pattern. To top off the look, the model pairs his shorts with black sunglasses.
Another male model is seen wearing a chill like style summer look. The model is wearing a black colored short sleeved shirt with white accents. To match his top, he is wearing dark black shorts. The shoes shown on the model are simple white casual sneakers with a black bottom. This entire look was made by the fashion brand, APD by Amy Page DeBlasio.
In a Flying Solo press release, Elizabeth Solomeina, the co-founder and managing director of Flying Solo, expressed her feelings about the Flying Solo show. “We are very excited to showcase in Miami for the first time. It is one of the best places to present swim and resort collection.” The entire show also had the help of talented members of the Makeup Academy for both hair and makeup. The known head stylist of Miami Swim Week was Stasi Berezovskaya. All of the brands that showcased in the Flying Solo show can be accessed via the Flying Solo official website.
WWE veteran Danielle Moinet, who is better known as Summer Rae, recently did a Reddit Q&A with fans. During the discussion, she opened up on a lot of subjects including who she enjoys working with, if she wants to return to WWE, and who the funniest person backstage is.
Check out some of her answers below.
On who she enjoys working with:
This shocked some people [because] it’s an odd pairing but I became very close with Zeb Colter! He’s the best. We are still friends. We would travel together & sit on the plane together. Every European tour I would sit at the front of the bus with him & Kane, [and] play Gin Rummy. They taught me. Zeb would say, “Hang out with me & you’ll stay out of trouble kid…” So, I did & I learned so much from him.
I work in an organization where differences are celebrated and representation is important. The ladies of WWE represent a wide array of women with different heights, sizes, nationalities, and ages. We are ambitious and resilient. I’m proud to be part of such an amazing group of females who are confident in their own skin. But as a child of the ’80s, I remember growing up when runways and magazines were flooded with the same type of woman—a woman that was very tall, very thin, and most often blonde. I remember wanting so badly to be like those girls. They were the faces I looked up to, the body types I admired, the women I constantly compared myself to.
I first started getting into working out in college. I lifted weights and did endless hours of cardio to make myself look like one of those “perfect,” extremely thin girls. After two years of working out for hours every day, I got so fed up. I wasn’t getting as small as I wanted.
Danielle Moinet aka Summer Rae attends PrettyLittleThing X Olivia Culpo Launch at Liaison Lounge on August 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California