-- SITE NOTE: Hopefully you have enjoyed our WrestleMania 26 coverage thus far. I told you guys it was going to get busy and boy has it ever! It'll continue tomorrow and well into this coming week. We're going to try extremely hard to keep the website up tonight. Traffic is already through the roof and we're not even close to peak hours yet. We'll be here all night monitoring traffic and covering the PPV. Keep in mind that if the website does go down it'll come back up shortly thereafter. We're just going be slammed with traffic and it takes a toll on our servers.

-- In an interview with the Ottawa Sun, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin admits he "has one last match" in him. "I appeared (as a celebrity guest host) on Monday Night Raw to push the movie (Damage)," says Austin. "WWE has changed. It's a different climate, more of a PG image. They've cleaned it up a bit. For me to go back, I have to watch my Ps and Qs. It's another day and age. They've got young superstars to sell. Do I have a match left in me? Absolutely. Do I want to do one more? I don't know. I'm very content with leaving well enough alone. I don't want to be 90% of what Stone Cold was."

-- In today's wrestling birthdays, One Man Gang turns 50 years old while The Warlord turns 48. Today would have also marked as Umaga's 37th birthday and Curt Hennig's 52nd birthday.

-- While they weren't shown on TV last night, Ted DiBiase Jr. and his brother Brett did induct their father Ted Sr. into the WWE Hall of Fame.

-- As of this morning, there are still floor seats available for tonight's WrestleMania show.

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