- KOLD News 13 ran the story above about Titus O'Neil, Sin Cara and Becky Lynch appearing at a Be a STAR rally in Tucson yesterday, which you can watch above. During the rally, Titus spoke about separating entertainment from reality.
- The Orlando Sentinel has an interview with Sasha Banks, who was promoting this Sunday's WWE live event at the Amway Center. During the interview, Banks talked about coming up with her nickname, "The Boss."
"When I was first starting out, I was looking at people like [Snoop], Kanye [West] and Nicki Minaj, then somehow the idea 'I'm the boss' clicked with me," Banks said. "So now I'm 'The Boss.'"
- As noted, Roderick Strong will be leaving ROH soon after 13 years with the company. PWInsider reports that Quinn "Moose" Ojinnaka will also be leaving the company at the end of August. Moose had a WWE tryout last year, and talked to The News Hub about wanting to sign with WWE one day.
"I've had tryouts with them (WWE) actually more than the one but I've had tryouts with them and it was just one of those things where I just felt comfortable with where I was at," Moose said last year. "I'm not saying that WWE is not somewhere I wouldn't want to work at some point in my career because it is. Every wrestler in the world would tell you that. That the WWE is somewhere they would want to work at, at some point in their career."
Moose also seemed to be hinting that his ROH run was ending, tweeting the following earlier this month:
I will always have a special spot in my heart for ROH.— Quinn Moose Ojinnaka (@MooseNation69) June 8, 2016