Partial source: PWInsider
– Former WWE star Gene Snitsky was involved in a car accident over the weekend. As a result, he was forced pull out of his scheduled independent bookings. No word yet on his condition.
– It’s been nine years since he was last ranked number one on Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s annual PWI 500 list, but Triple H sits atop this year’s list, making him a repeat winner. The magazine officially hits newsstands on August 18th. He is trailed by Chris Jericho, John Cena, Edge, Randy Orton, Nigel McGuinness, Hiroshi Tanahashi, CM Punk, Sting and Ultimo Guerrero.
– Below is a group photo of the WWE developmental Divas of Florida Championship Wrestling — Angela Fong, Beverly Mullins, April Jeanette, Serena Deeb and Candy Girl. April is girl in the middle who not only looks strikingly similar to Melina, but is wearing a ring outfit similar to her’s as well. She was signed to a developmental contract this past May following a talent evaluation session. Candy Girl is a girl by the name of Carly and is a product of the developmental promotion’s wrestling school. She is also managing Sweet Papi Sanchez, who throws candy out to fans during his ring entrance.
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