- As noted, KENTA returned to Japan this week and gave the impression that he was "Pro Wrestling Noah" for life, meaning he wouldn't be signing with WWE. In an update, KENTA spoke with Japanese media and said his tryout with WWE was not formal and that he just wanted to work out in the WWE environment and learn from he is. He did say he has always wanted to work with WWE and if they offered a deal, he would consider it.
- Attendance for last night's WWE TV tapings in Des Moines, Iowa was surprisingly good despite the blizzard that was going on. We saw on Twitter where a few fans couldn't make the trip but attendance turned out good.
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