- John Fennigan of the North American Wrestling Rankings blog, which has been keeping track of wrestler's televised records and ranking them as of November of 2006, noted that Kofi Kingston suffered his 100th televised singles loss to Bad News Barrett on last night's episode of WWE Main Event. Kingston is only the third wrestler to reach 100 televised losses, with the others being Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler. Other wrestlers closing in on the century losing mark include The Miz (94) and Zack Ryder (90). Please note that the records only count TV and PPV singles matches since November 2006.
- Evan Bourne, who hasn't been in action on WWE television in over two years, posted the behind-the-scenes video below on his Instagram from "one of many projects" he's been working on. Bourne, who last wrestled at an NXT live event last year, is still under WWE contract.
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