- Forbes has an article here looking at the lack of diversity among Money In The Bank winners. It noted that out of the 19 Money In The Bank matches so far, "18 of the winners have been Caucasian, with the exception being Alberto Del Rio in 2011."

- As noted, WWE recently held tryouts at the WWE Performance Center, which included former Impact Wrestling stars "Crazzy Steve" Steve Scott and Cody Deaner as well as former SEC football player Amarlo Herrera, who was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Clayton News-Daily spoke to Herrera, who said the tryouts were "something special."

"The experience was something special," Herrera said. "It was something different for me and something out of my comfort zone. We got coached by their training staff down at NXT and by some WWE legends and some that are in the Hall of Fame.

"I wouldn't say that this could replace my passion for football. I'm not done playing football yet and I'm not a wrestler yet. But this can also be something that I could fall in love with just as much and make a career out of if I'm given the chance to."

- The attendance for last night's SmackDown Live in Dayton, OH was poor. As seen in the photos below, most of the seats on the hard camera side were empty.


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