-- During this afternoon's WrestleMania press conference, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stated that WrestleMania would bring in $62 million in revenue to New Jersey.
-- NJ.com has an article about New York Giants' left tackle David Diehl being at the WrestleMania presser earlier today. Diehl noted that the wrestlers were asking him about the Super Bowl. "All of them talked about the game and watching it," said Diehl. "It's pretty funny because John [Cena] is a New England fan. Zak [DeOssie] and I were kind of giving him a hard time about that.
"It's great to come out here and support these guys and support Triple H and another unbelievable event that's going to be in our stadium," Diehl admitted. "It's just cool to be a part of it, talk to these guys and stuff like that. It's great to meet guys like that because they're on TV and people are watching them and they're just like us, everyday guys, laughing telling jokes. It's nice to meet other celebrities and people like that that have the same attitude and are humble." You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
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