Raquel Rodriguez was one of the highlights of NXT television where she went on to become the NXT Women’s Champion. She was eventually called up to the main roster on Friday Night SmackDown. WWE also seems to have changed the name of her finisher for a good reason.

As seen on this week’s episode of Friday Night Smackdown, Raquel Rodriguez’s move was called “The Texana” instead of the “Chingona Bomb.” Fans were slightly confused by this sudden change as well.

The finishing move was called the Chingona Bomb last week by the announcers, but it was muted due to a 7-second delay. By the looks of it, the company came to know the meaning of Chingona while they were on the air.

To many people, the word Chingona means a “badass woman” but the word is also a form of Ch*ngar, which means “f*ck.” Naturally, WWE doesn’t want something like that being said on live television. We’ll have to see how Rodriguez will be booked in the coming weeks.


We’ll have to see what’s next for Raquel, but she’ll be doing it with a bit of a PG upgrade.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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