-- World Wrestling Entertainment has confirmed to Yahoo! Sports that they will not be holding their annual Tribute to the Troops event this year.

While there are no plans to hold the special event this year from an overseas base, company officials have discussed the possibility of visiting a base in the United States and doing a similar-style event.

-- Next month on WWE Classics on Demand, WWE "gives thanks" with shows celebrating legends, announcers and matches. The synopsis reads: "All November on WWE Classics On Demand, we feature all the Superstars, matches and moments that the WWE Universe should be thankful for."

-- WWE Hall of Famer Jesse Ventura was a guest on Good Morning America today and said that he would vote to send Linda McMahon to the United States Senate next month.

Ventura, who is very outspoken about politics and is the former Governor of Minnesota, told host George Stephanopoulos:

"I don't vote for Democrats or Republicans. If she ran as an independent she could possibly get my endorsement, but I refuse."

Ventura also ranted about 9/11, claiming the United States government knew it was going to happen and did nothing to stop the terror attacks. Ventura was there to promote the second season of his Conspiracy Theory show. Check out the interview below, courtesy of ABCNews.com:

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