- Above are the top 10 moments from last night's WWE SmackDown.

- Wrestling legends "Classy" Freddie Blassie, The Destroyer, Jim Londos and promoter Lou Daro will be the first members of the new Los Angeles Wrestling Hall of Fame when it launches. Some of the leading wrestling historians from around the country are behind the new project so it will have legitimate voters. After this year, their rule is that they will induct one non-wrestler and three wrestlers each year, according to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

- Sting turns 56 years old today while former WWE talent KC James turns 33, former TNA star Homicide turns 38 and former WCW star Scott "Sick Boy" Vick turns 42.

- It appears Paul Heyman's Heyman Hustle brand will be busy with interviews during WrestleMania 31 Week in California. Heyman posted the following video today:

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