WWE Diva Alicia Fox and Ronda Rousey's husband got into a heated argument ahead of WrestleMania 34, and it was caught on camera. "It was a chaotic scene involving the husband of one of Wrestlemania's main eventers so it could result in repercussions for Fox".
After realizing she was being filmed, Fox swatted the camera away and the video ends at that point. You can see video below of Fox getting in the spat with Browne at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Orleans. There were also a few beeps heard to censor out Fox's swearing.
"When I tried to record the incident, she slapped my phone out of my hand".
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No word at this time on what spawned the argument. Fox has appeared on the E! series Total Divas from 2013 through 2017 and it's likely that there will be a bunch of footage being shot from WrestleMania weekend.
However, the latest report suggests Fox was kept out of the match because she wasn't medically cleared.
Until her recent controversy with Browne, the Raw Women's wrestler has been mostly active via Instagram with no information regarding her status for the match.
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Two other sources have indicated that Fox was never scheduled to return at tonight's WrestleMania to be apart of the Women's Battle Royal.
Fox has been out of action since January when she injured her tailbone during rehearsals for the women's Royal Rumble match. Most likely, Travis Browne will be in the audience rooting her on, but probably not anywhere near Alicia Fox.
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