- Former WWE developmental talent Teddy Hart turns 34 years old today.
- WrestleNewz.com reports that Carl DeMarco, the former President Global Business Development of World Wrestling Entertainment has a wrestling related announcement that will be unveiled over the next few weeks. DeMarco is tight lipped about the new venture but the Toronto native has made a major impact in the wrestling community and we can only assume this new project will be big. DeMarco ran WWE Canada from 1997 to 2007 and served Canada, China and the Latin markets until 2009. Prior to this Carl was the business partner and manager for Bret "The Hitman" Hart and served as President of Hitman Productions Inc. DeMarco is also the Chairman and CEO of Camillion Corp, which invests in Entertainment and Technologies companies.
- WWE's website has an article at this link about The Bella Twins participating in the Celebrity Sweat flag football game for charity yesterday.
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