By Ryan Clark | May 21, 2009
WWE held a press conference last night about the Pepsi Center fiasco. Shane McMahon said that WWE would not pursue legal actions against Kroenke Sports and The Pepsi Center.
The reason WWE had to move Tuesday's Smackdown taping from Colorado Springs to LA is because with RAW now being moved to LA, it would be too difficult and expensive to move the production trucks, ramps, etc. from LA to Denver in 24 hours.
World Wrestling Council announced at a press conference yesterday that some WWE Divas would be appearing at their July Anniversario weekend, but no names were mentioned. However, it was announced that Carlito, Primo, MVP and Umaga would be working the weekend.
As noted earlier, Ohio Valley Wrestling women's wrestler Serena Deeb was briefly shown during Tuesday's episode of ECW as Finlay was making his way backstage for his match with David Hart Smith. As it turns out, she was also used in an "After the Bell" segment on WWE.com in which Mark Henry attempts to flirt with her, but he's interrupted by Tony Atlas. You can see the segment at WWE.com.
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