-- The New York Times has an article up today featuring NBC Universal executive Bonnie Hammer. The report features several quotes from WWE CEO Vince McMahon. When Vince was asked about working alongside Hammer, he said: "She just came in and rolled up her sleeves. She taught us a lot about network quality writing, story arcs, character development. She really helped the overall brand." Hammer told The Times that she thought WWE should be a male soap opera and decided that a heavy sports emphasis of WWE's programming limited its audience.

-- WWE ring announcer Justin Roberts has launched a new business at HandsToGo.com. The website is a site that sells portable massage devices. The $98 package includes the massager, 2 wires, 4 pads and free shipping.

-- We noted earlier here on the website that Beth Phoenix mentioned Awesome "Kharma" Kong in a tweet last night. Natalya has since chimed in with the following: "@TheBethPhoenix Not even @kharma can break us. Pinup strong forever."

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