|By Marc Middleton | July 31, 2012 | Comments|
Source: PWInsider- Mick Foley continues to give big props to World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus. Foley wrote the following after RAW last night where Sheamus faced Daniel Bryan in a Street Fight:
"Really enjoyed @WWESheamus & @WWEDanielBryan - hard-hitting, creative street-fight. Sheamus continues to build credibility as champion."
- As noted before, John Laurinaitis has resigned from his position as Senior Vice President of Talent Operations with WWE. Laurinaitis will stick around as a producer. TNA's Eric Bischoff wrote the following about Laurinaitis:
"Tip of the hat to John Laurinaitis for 8 years in an amazingly tough job. Kind of like dog years. Equal to 56 years in any other job!"
- As noted on Monday, Ric Flair's daughter Ashley reported to WWE developmental last week and was spotted at live events over the weekend. Since signing with WWE a few months ago, she has been in Charlotte, North Carolina training under George South. South previously worked with Richie Steamboat before he went to WWE developmental.
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