-- Nelson "Big Daddy V" Frazier is currently overseas working for the All Japan promotion. He's using the name "Big Daddy".
-- The WWE Night of Champions pay-per-view has officially been released on DVD in North America.
-- WWE Hall of Famer Greg "The Hammer" Valentine is advertised to appear for Pro Wrestling Destination at the Neil Road Recreation Center in Reno, Nevada on Saturday, November 5, 2011.
-- Hugo Savinovich, color commentator for WWE's Spanish language television and pay-per-view broadcasts since 1997, announced Wednesday on YouTube that he is parting ways with the organization.
Savinovich says organization officials informed him a few days that his services would no longer be required. He thanks his colleagues, as well as Vince McMahon for giving him the opportunity to work for WWE. This is a pretty big deal to be honest and we hope to have more soon. You can view the video in spanish at youtube.com/watch?v=FHuXhicmVXA
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