- As seen above, Nikki Bella was once again attacked by Carmella on last night's "Talking Smack" SmackDown post-show. Carmella came out after Nikki called her the "bootleg Nikki Bella." Nikki also mentioned that some of the SmackDown women feel threatened because she's back.

- Last night's live WWE SmackDown ranked #2 among series & specials for the night in Nielsen's social media TV ratings, behind Pretty Little Liars. SmackDown 95,000 interactions on Twitter with 24,000 unique authors, up from last week's 78,000 interactions with 18,000 unique authors. SmackDown also had 138,000 Facebook interactions with 75,000 unique authors last night, up from last week's 117,000 Facebook interactions with 69,000 unique authors.

- Former WWE star George Gray, known to fans as Akeem and The One Man Gang, has created a GoFundMe page as his home was devastated by the recent flooding in Louisiana. The page can be found at this link and as of this writing, has raised $2,215 of a $20,000 goal by 63 people in 14 hours. Gang wrote on the GoFundMe page:

"Hi, i'm The One Man Gang aka Akeem aka George Gray. Recently, as many of you know, The Great Flood of '16 came and smashed into Southern Louisiana where our family home for 25 years in Central, LA received 4' of water inside it. Unfortunately I wasn't there to do a 747 Splash and send that water back up the street crying for its momma. Thankfully though our son was house sitting while I was in Georgia doing a meet n greet signing & was able to save all 8 cats, 2 dogs & a lizard. However almost everything my wife & I ever owned was ruined. All the beds, couches, appliances, electronics, clothes, basically everything in the entire house was destroyed while submerged for 3 days. A lifetime of wrestling memorabilia, wrestling videos & family albums were among the most irreplaceable. Like most in our area FEMA had declared our neighborhood a no flood zone and like most we didn't have flood insurance. Our home insurance said they cover zero zip nada of the damages. Any help you can give to get us back on our feet & our home livable again would be most appreciated. Thanks for your support."


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