-- Chris Jericho has an interview up on Pro Wrestling Illustrated's blog where he says that he doesn't see himself returning to WWE any time soon, and says that it is good for the company when top guys leave because it forces them to make changes. Jericho noted that the company could have made the changes they needed to a long time ago but now they have to. He also talks about TNA and says that "Just because a certain somebody had name value in 1999 when wrestling was quote-unquote hot, doesn't mean they necessarily should be on top in 2010." You can check the whole interview out at prowrestlingillustrated.blogspot.com
-- ESPN won the cable ratings again with a 3.1 prime time average. Disney was #2 with a 2.2 and USA was #3 with 2.0. Syfy was #13 at 1.1 and Spike was not in the top 25. Raw's two hours ranked #13 and #16.
-- The BBC in the UK has an article up on the debut of Mason Ryan, which you can read at bbc.co.uk
-- Just to clarify, Jim Ross' appearance at the SmackDown! tapings was for the live crowd and will not air on the show. The reason was to make sure the crowd didn't cheer hometown hero Jack Swagger in his match against Kofi Kingston.
-- WWE recently signed Mexican wrestler El Hijo de Medico Asesino. He'll head to FCW in the coming weeks.
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