- Kurt Angle is offering to follow fans on Twitter if they donate $15 or more to help get his first starring role in a feature film, Singlet: The Dana Kelly Story, made. Angle plays Dana Kelly in the film, which takes a look at the world of Olympic Weightlifting. You can get more details or donate by clicking here.

- Joey Ryan and Al Snow have been involved in a little Twitter bickering today. After Ryan complained about Josh Hamilton "whining about everything," Snow replied, "You complaining about someone else whining is #tremendous considering how much sand is in your v----a lol." Ryan responded, "I'm not looking for sympathy. I'm looking for justice!" Snow then wrote, "You should look for a wet nap and get that sand out"

Ryan then tweeted, "You should continue to rely on name calling when you can't intelligently back your argument with facts. 87% of the TNA fan base said I was good enough. They don't count though, right? You just continue to ignore them." Snow quipped back, "the fact is you were not good enough and so now you are hiding behind the fans and whining about a false injustice"

- In an interview on Aftermath Radio with Arda Ocal, former WWE Superstar Bobby Lashley spoke about the morale and recovery in Aurora, CO after the tragic theater shootings that occurred weeks ago. Lashley owns a gym in the city and also lives nearby, and is taking part in charitable efforts to raise funds and boost spirits in the city. You can watch the interview below:

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