-- A new women's group, Female Fight League, was announced this past week at the Cauliflower Alley Club reunion in Las Vegas. The group is spearheaded by ChickFight founder Jason Deadrich and Melissa Anderson, better known as Alissa Flash in TNA or Cheerleader Melissa and Stephane Bruyere, co-founder of Canada's NCW Femme Fatales. A press release reads: "The FFL is a collaborate organization dedicated to bring respect back to women's professional wrestling. By providing support and resources to pro wrestling's top promotions for their respective womens divisions, we vow to bring women's wrestling to a new plateau. The FFL consists of some of the greatest wrestlers and promoters in women's wrestling, working together to better the future of our industry. The FFL is currently represented by promotions in the United States, Canada, and Europe." More info at femalefightleague.com.

-- Dixie Carter was said to be irate when she heard the audio of Bubba The Love Sponge calling out Awesome Kong during a recent interview. Bubba was notified by Dixie Carter of his release earlier today. Good riddance.

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