- As noted, WWE invited Tim Wiese, the 6-foot-4 former German national goalkeeper, to join the WWE Performance Center for an extended training period. In the video above, Triple H talks about Wiese's signing.

"If he wants it that bad, we'll see what he's got," Triple H said. "It's a lot easier to say that you want to do this than to do it. It's the old Tyson saying, 'everybody's got a plan until they get punched in the mouth.' We'll see what Tim's got."

Triple H added that they're working on dates to get Wiese in the Performance Center, and that while November may seem like a while away, it's really just around the corner.

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- As noted, WWE today announced an exclusive multi-year content distribution agreement with PPTV in China, the return of a WWE live event to Shanghai this September, and Bin Wang as the first-ever Chinese talent signed to a developmental contract. Vince McMahon took to Twitter to comment on the deal, writing:

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