-- As noted several days ago here on the website, the latest issue of Continental magazine has a feature article on WWE being run by a few women, particularly Donna Goldsmith, chief operating officer; Michelle Wilson, executive vice president of marketing; and Stephanie McMahon, executive vice president of creative development and operation. According to the article, they are "the day-to-day drivers behind this $500 million-plus marketing engine" that is World Wrestling Entertainment. It's also worth nothing that WWE wants everyone to know that what they do is not "wrestling," but rather, "entertainment" — according to the article. Secondly, talent are to be referred to as "Superstars" and "Divas," not wrestlers.

-- WWE.com has posted the latest edition of WWE En Español.

-- The Toronto Sun (TorontoSun.com) has an interview up with Ted DiBiase Jr. discussing his feelings on Bret Hart returning to RAW. DiBiase mentions that Bret gave him a pair or Hitman sunglasses when he was front row at a show, and he still has them.

-- InsideCostaRica.com has an article up about Rosa Mendes returning to her Costa Rican roots with WWE when they tour their in February.

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