- WWE and The Creative Coalition has launched a nationwide anti-bullying alliance called “be a STAR” in conjunction with the National Education Association Health Information Network, GLAAD, True Educator, Ad Council, Island Def Jam and others.
From WWE’s release: “The mission of “be a STAR” – which stands for “Show Tolerance And Respect” – is to ensure a positive and equitable social environment for everyone regardless of age, race, religion or sexual orientation through grassroots efforts beginning with education and awareness. “be a STAR” will promote positive methods of social interaction and encourage people to treat others as equals and with respect because everyone is a star in their own right. “
Stephanie McMahon commented: “WWE is honored and thrilled to partner with The Creative Coalition, the National Education Association Health Information Network and our other partners, in an effort to change the way people interact and treat others. Through the joint efforts of the ‘be a STAR Alliance’ organizations, we hope to reach millions encouraging them to stop bullying and ‘be a STAR.’”
- Kevin Nash is asking fans on Twitter if he should go back to TNA or not, after it appears WWE has nothing for him. Nash wrote: “WWE going young.your my fan base,sit on my ass or watch my buddys Sting ass?”
- The former Awesome Kong has changed her Twitter name to @kharma. Her former account, @awesomekong, has all of the tweets deleted from it, only follows @kharma and features a shot of The Bella Twins as the profile picture.
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