- The US Airways Center website posted a photo gallery at this link taking a look back at the 2003 SummerSlam, which was hosted at the arena, and the impromptu Vince McMahon birthday celebration which took place after the PPV went off the air.
- WWE.com has a Q&A at this link with WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels, who discussed training Daniel Bryan in 2000. During the interview, Michaels was asked if he thought Bryan's career would turn out the way it had due to his size and style.
"I always tried to be honest with him," Michaels replied. "I knew he was talented. And I knew he was going to face the same uphill battle that every guy his size does, myself included, and it was simply a matter of if he had the patience and the ability to adjust in areas where other people thought he needed to adjust — as far as personality, character, things of that nature.
- Speaking of HBK, you can meet him and his MRA team at the Field and Stream Shop Grand Opening in Cranberry Township, PA this Friday from 3-5pm. He will be signing autographs and taking pictures, and will participate in a Q&A session. You could also win a dinner with him and his MRA, co-host Keith Mark.
- Michaels will also be appearing at Cabela's Retail Store at 100 Cabela Drive in Hamburg, PA, this Saturday from 10am - 12pm. He will then head over to SummerSlam Axxess this Sunday from 1pm - 3pm in Los Angeles.
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