WWE Smackdown Star Rates Naruto Best Over the Best of All Time Dragon Ball

What Is Popular WWE Smackdown Star’s Take On Naruto?: WWE SmackDown star, Zelina Vega rated popular anime Naruto’s “character development” better than…

WWE Smackdown Star Rates Naruto Best Over the Best of All Time Dragon Ball
WWE Smackdown Star Rates Naruto Best Over the Best of All Time Dragon Ball

What Is Popular WWE Smackdown Star’s Take On Naruto?: WWE SmackDown star, Zelina Vega rated popular anime Naruto’s “character development” better than Dragon Ball. Check Out. Follow WWE News and Updates with InsideSport.IN 

Zelina Vega’s love for Naruto is known to all, fans have often seen her getting dressed up inspired from Naruto, also her tweets on the popular anime. Recently, she again took her twitter handle to express her views on two popular anime. See below:

This is also not the first time she expressed her opinion on the popular anime. As she has mentioned in her post, her last post “got so many people passionately involved”. So what was her last anime hot take? Check Out.

See how fans reacted to her latest update on Naruto.

In her latest tweet she also mentioned that there is a reason behind her popular anime hot takes, “You’ll all see why I’m gathering them soon”. So, there must be something that is cooking inside.

WWE Smackdown Star Zelina Vega’s Appearances Inspired From Naruto

This is not the first time the famous WWE SmackDown star has expressed her views on Naruto. Fans have often seen her tweets related to the famous anime and even her appearances!

Remember when Zelina Vega entered The Royal Rumble in Madara Uchiha gear?

Her Itachi Uchiha inspired gear!

And how can one forget her famous Tattoo?

With the Royal Rumble 2023 knocking at the door, Zelina Vega is rumored to enter the match. If she comes, let us see how the queen makes her entry.

Also Read: WWE Royal Rumble: Watch 5 Most Bizarre Moments

WWE Smackdown Star Rates Naruto Best Over the Best of All Time Dragon Ball

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