— SmackDown ring announcer Lilian Garcia spoke to WWE.com over her personal battle with black mold.
“I have aligned myself with wanting to let people know and educate them about mold allergies,” Garcia told WWE.com of her personal crusade against the little-known ailment. “bout 17 years ago, I lived in a house that we found out had mold in it. I had never had an allergy in my life, and when I was living in that house I started getting sick. I started getting nauseous, headaches, respiratory and sinus infections, and I didn’t know what was going on.”
Though no official cause exists to combat the effects of a black mold, the WWE Diva is aligning herself with various companies who test for mold in homes. She thinks it’s only a matter of time before the condition becomes mainstream.
— RingBellesOnline.com conducted an interview with former WWE writer Alex Greenfield regarding his role as producer of the memorable storyline between Trish Stratus and Mickie James.
The synopsis reads: “From October 2005 through April 2006, Alex Greenfield was the producer of all the angles/promos in the feud, and in this unique episode of the Podcast, he guides us through the twists, turns, shrines and kisses of the angle from conception to (injury hastened) completion. Find out the inspiration for the feud and how it changed organically as it got over, who came up with various parts of the angle, and personal opinions on all the major story beats of the story.”
— This week’s WWE Classics On Demand updates are as follows: Extreme Championship Wrestling (January 20, 1998), WWF Mania (January 9, 1993), World Class Championship Wrestling (February 18, 1984).
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