- As noted, the new Twitter accounts created for WWE Hall of Famer Bobby Heenan and his wife Cynthia were fakes, even though Heenan's account had a verified badge. Both accounts have been deleted.

Heenan has had many health issues over the years, and was hospitalized for several days in May after suffering a fall in his home.

- Tammy "Sunny" Sytch is scheduled to be sentenced this Tuesday at Carbon County Court in Pennsylvania at 1:15pm for three DUI arrests in 2015. She is on the court docket on page 20, which you can view here.

As noted, Sytch recently revealed on her Facebook that she completed a 95 day stint in rehab. WWE covered the final two months at $40,000 / month. She also told TMZ Sports that she plans to "get back to work ... in front of a webcam."

- WWE Hall of Famer Ted Dibiase Sr. was recently interviewed by BBC, as seen in the video below. During the interview, the "Million Dollar Man" discussed Roman Reigns' recent 30 day suspension for his first violation of the WWE Wellness Policy.

"Everybody knows there's been some controversy recently with Roman Reigns getting a 30-day suspension," said Dibiase (h/t to The Inquisitr for the transcription). Everybody makes mistakes. Everybody deserves forgiveness and a second chance and certainly I think this young man does as well. From what I know of him, and I don't know him well, but what I have seen of him and as I've been around him and what I've heard from other people, is that he's a really great kid. He's not a dope addict, he's not addicted to anything. He's just a kid who, you know, hey, we all have… I wrote a book about it! Everybody deserves a second chance and I hope that he gets his as well. I think he still has an extremely bright future in the WWE."

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