- In this WWE.com video, John "Bradshaw" Layfield reveals that he has a major announcement planned for when he reaches the summit of Mount Blanc—which he begins climbing on Sunday.
"The Seven Summits quest continues," said Layfield. "This Sunday, I'm going to Switzerland to climb Mount Blanc, the highest mountain in the Alps, not actually the highest mountain in Europe, so I'm using this as practice for the big one coming up in few years, Mount Everest. All money raised goes to help at-risk kids at SevenSummitsForKids.com. Thanks to WWE, 100% of that money will go to help those kids."
He continues, "I'm not only going to planting a WWE flag at the Summit, I also have quite the announcement I plan to make at the top of the Alps."
- The official WWE website currently has a poll asking fans which former Diva they would most like to see return to the company. Not listed among the choices is Maria Kanellis, who has claimed in recent weeks through Twitter that the Bella Twins blocked her from returning to the organization earlier this year. Despite not being listed in the poll, she acknowledged it on Twitter with the following message, "Awesome!! Haha... @WWE I'm with @ringofhonor now!! #ROH." She then stated that she voted for Victoria in the poll.
Meanwhile, Kanellis will be live-tweeting during the series premiere of Total Divas tonight at 10:00 p.m. on E!. In reference to a video that surfaced online of Nikki Bella asking John Cena about marriage on the reality show, Kanellis stated on Friday, "I love watching women beg for a ring. Haha..."
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