-- Maxine, who was eliminated from NXT on Tuesday's show, commented on why she believes she was expelled from the contest in an interview with nxt.wwe.com. "The WWE Universe doesn't always warm up to the bad girl. I think it's much easier to really like somebody that's overly perky and nice," she stated. "I feel like I'm more of a leader, I'm not a follower. I make my own path and I think that's the way to go."
-- Besides a few people who viewed the script for Monday's RAW, former talent Lita's surprise appearance was kept a secret until she walked into the Nassau Coliseum as we noted earlier here on the website. As of now, it was a one-shot deal but they've talked to her about returning to the company. WrestleMania is a possibility. More shortly.
-- The current Diva-exclusive season of NXT — coupled with an ongoing recruitment drive by WWE officials to hire more models, which it can train as professional wrestlers — indicate that cuts will be made to the female roster in due time.
According to the UK based wrestling magazine, Power Slam, the list of females whose jobs are considered safe in the company is limited to Michelle McCool, Beth Phoenix, Kelly Kelly, Melina, and "possibly" Natalya and Eve Torres.
Those not listed are considered expendable by officials.
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