-- The Miami Herald has an interview with SmackDown Superstar Fit Finlay. In the interview he talks about his lengthy journey in professional wrestling, the WWE Hall of Fame, how hard it is to be away from family when on the road, the WWE Divas, seeing himself in video games and more. On Ric Flair, Finlay said, "I would love to go out on a higher note than Ric Flair because I think Ric held on too long. My opinion." Finlay then praises Ashley Massaro. "Ashley's got the guts. I've seen her go through a lot of stuff, a lot of injuries, but she picks herself up and keeps going, and that's what it's all about. Keep going."

-- ECW.com has added a profile on Chavo Guerrero's bodyguard Bam Neely.

-- WWE stock was hit pretty hard yesterday. It opened at $18.26 per share and plummeted all the way down to $16.92 for a near 8 percent drop at closing. What happened is that WWE released their first quarter financial report yesterday, and the expected earnings were pretty much in line with analyst predictions, which led to a sell-off from a number of shareholders.

-- PTINews.com out of India has an interview with The Great Khali. Regarding WWE matches, he said, "Everything whatever you see out there is real." Khali also added, "Sometimes wrestlers receive serious injuries, and even die in the ring. There is no way of manipulation by the media." You can read "WWE bouts are real, not manipulated, says Khali" at PTINews.com.

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