-- WWE has released the synopsis for next month's slate of programming on WWE Classics On Demand: "It's "March Mania" all month on WWE Classics On Demand with classic shows geared towards getting the WWE Universe excited for this year's WrestleMania."
-- The RAW main event from 15 years ago on February 3rd, 1997 was The Undertaker & Ahmed Johnson beating Faarooq (Ron Simmons) & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) in a No Holds Barred match. Simmons still makes occasional cameo appearances for WWE, and Foley recently returned to WWE TV.
-- The RAW main event from 10 years ago on February 4th, 2002 was Chris Jericho and The Undertaker vs. The Rock and Steve Austin. Jericho and Taker have just returned to WWE TV, the Rock is main eventing WrestleMania and Steve Austin hosted WWE Tough Enough this past year.
-- Former WWE Diva Torrie Wilson was spotted with Alex Rodriguez at Saturday's UFC 143 event in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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