-- During Sunday night's TNA No Surrender 2009 PPV, Mick Foley and Taz made a couple cracks at their former boss Vince McMahon's expense on commentary. They joked about being yelled at through their headsets, and Foley said he can also call a title belt a "title belt" if he wants to. The story behind this is that Vince prefers the term "championship" rather than "title belt" or "strap", and yells at his announcers over the headsets if they don't comply.

-- WWE broke a record in Tulsa, Oklahoma for the most fans attending a WWE show in that town, with over 10,000 at the SmackDown/ECW tapings on Tuesday night at the BOK Center.

-- WWE and Score Media announced today they will continue their current TV partnership to air RAW, SmackDown, WWE Experience and The Vintage Collection in Canada. The deal has been renewed for another three years.

- has an article about Quinton "Rampage" Jackson responding to recent comments by Dana White and Rashad Evans regarding his quitting the UFC. White had said that Rampage was acting like a baby, to which Rampage replied, "I'm a grown man & I'll be damned if anybody disrespects me. I'm not having it, it's not happening!". For Rampage's full statement, including him ripping Rashad Evans, check out for all the latest UFC news by clicking here.

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