- WWE Hall of Famer Edge recently spoke with ESPN about life after pro wrestling. The full interview is at this link. Edge, who declined to answer whether he would ever return to WWE as an announcer or on-screen general manager, said the aspect he misses the most from his WWE days is the connection he built with other talents backstage and the in-ring performance. Edge commented on his career and not having a problem with being unable to keep his focus professionally on what's still to come:

"I had a long career that started when I was 17. I wrestled for 20 years, so people forget how long I actually wrestled for. It leaves some good time to accomplish other goals, which I feel like I'm on my way to doing. And then I'll reset my goals."

- Below are videos with Dolph Ziggler urging peopleto vote and talking Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and the US Presidential Election. During his riff, he discussed how people might relate to both candidates.

"You can relate to these two candidates," Ziggler said. "Donald Trump tweets in the middle of the night like a spoiled millennial that might have just lost his trust fund. Hillary Clinton chuckles on cue like an animatronic robot that you don't trust, but still fund."

- As noted, Renee Young was set to be a presenter at the Reality TV Awards in Hollywood last night. WWE did not win any awards for Total Divas or Total Bellas. Renee posted this photo from the red carpet.

Such a fun night out with my cuz!! Thanks for having us @realityawardstv !! @theamandamackay #TotalDivas

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