- Christian will return to TNA at the Bound For Glory PPV to induct Sting in to the Hall of Fame. This is an extension of the deal that allowed Ric Flair to appear at this year’s WWE Hall of Fame.
- One of the Olympians scouted at the London Games was Texas born Tae Kwon Do star Diana Lopez. The 125 pound athlete won a bronze medal back in 2008 but didn’t place this year.
- Ric Flair recently turned down a $15,000 offer to wrestle legend the Great Muta in All Japan Pro Wrestling, because it wasn’t enough money.
- WWE has targeted Linda McMahon‘s opponent Chris Murphy with a tongue in cheek statement, after Murphy bought political ads during Raw:
“It is apparent that the same people who have consistently denigrated and mischaracterized WWE and our family-friendly entertainment for political gain have officially changed their point of view about our content. For the second week in a row, Mr. Murphy’s campaign continues to run advertising in our programming with his new ad airing yesterday at 10:30 p.m. on USA during Monday Night Raw. While the past political rhetoric has been unjust, it pleases us to know that Mr. Murphy recognizes that WWE’s TV programming is a highly effective way to reach families and voters in Connecticut.”
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