- WWE creative writers are considering giving "Mr. Money in the Bank" Damien Sandow a run with the World Heavyweight Championship in large part due to Rob Van Dam's questionable future with the organization.
It has been reported that RVD has not agreed to a new contract with WWE. However, other organization sources claim he signed a deal where he continuously works three months and then takes three months off. Nonetheless, he is expected to disappear from WWE programming shortly after Sunday's Battleground pay-per-view event.
The reason the belt may wind up in the arms of Sandow is because it would instantly lead to a feud with Del Rio and creative wants the Mexican wrestler to be continuously featured in a top program. Another idea batted around is Van Dam winning the strap from Del Rio, with Sandow immediately cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase to claim the gold. However, some people in WWE feel this idea is unlikely to occur since it happened just two months ago at SummerSlam.
- E!'s Total Divas, which is currently on hiatus, will resume on November 17, 2013 with six additional episodes. Regarding the possibility of episodes beyond the next batch, many people within WWE expect the reality series to be renewed for a second season beginning shortly after WrestleMania XXX.
- Former WWE announcer and Raw General Manager Mike Adamle turns 64-years-old on Friday. He currently works as a sports anchor and reporter at WMAQ-TV in Chicago, Illinois.
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