-- Mark Henry will be on tomorrow's edition of The Daily Line, which airs on The Versus network.
-- WWE is stating that the SmackDown! crew arrived home early today, when they actually got back into the country yesterday.
-- The Times & Transcript has an interview up with Ted DiBiase, which you can read at timestranscript.canadaeast.com Here are some highlights… "Hulk Hogan is a good guy. Ric Flair ... I've known these guys for a long time. I consider them friends, but I'm 56 years old. I'm the same age as Hulk Hogan. And he's still trying to (wrestle). Ric Flair is over 60. I think he's 61 or 62, and he's still trying to go out there. Both those guys had tremendous careers, and to me, what they're doing now, it just tarnishes what they had."
-- In a recent interview with The Arizona Republic, former WWE star Luther Reigns discussed drugs in wrestling and recovering from his 2009 stroke…
On The "Need" To Take Drugs: "We wrestled every night, damn near every night," Wiese said. "We were beat to hell. So we needed pain pills to do our job."
On The Pressure To Take Steroids: "Guys would say, 'You need to get bigger,' " Wiese said. "The bigger guys were the ones getting (TV appearances)."
On The Wellness Policy: "It's been hugely successful," Maroon said. "There's been at least a 90 percent drop in the detection of (banned) substances."
On The Stroke He Suffered: "This had to happen," he said. "This (stroke) was a gift from God."
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