- WWE is planning to hire more coaches for the Performance Center in Orlando. The company is floating a late summer start date for the job, but it could be "much earlier" depending on how quickly construction of the facility is completed.

- Several new developmental wrestlers will be starting when the Performance Center opens. There are also some rumblings that a round of cuts might occur.

- WWE.com has posted photos of Triple H giving the "Superstars for Sandy Relief" auction winners a tour of NXT at this link.

- WWE has completely done away with their old NXT site at fcwwrestling.info. The site now forwards to wwe.com/shows/wwenxt, and is in the same format of WWE.com. (Thanks to Raymo Nation)

- NXT wrestlers Richie Steamboat (Rich Youngblood) and James Bronson (Phil Friedman) remain out of action indefinitely due to severe back-related injuries. While there is hope that Richie can return at 100%, Friedman, who is nearing 40, is less than likely.

- WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair's daughter, NXT Diva Charlotte, made her in-ring debut at last night's NXT tapings. You can get full results for the next four episodes of NXT here. Flair tweeted this photo with his daughter at the taping:

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