-- The Associated Press has picked up on the shooting death of Chris Long, who was "Solid" in Lucha Libre USA. The story has been a major headline story in Atlandta. The AP said they have "strong leads" but no publicly identified suspects. Long's family spoke publicly today and his wife said, "Whoever did this: I want you know, you didn't just take away some bouncer, you took away somebody who was part of this community." Lucha Libre USA issued the following statement: "Yesterday morning a beloved brother, Chris Long, was tragically taken from us. We would like to extend our most sincere condolences to his wife and children. It is a very sad day for everyone involved with Lucha Libre USA. Solid, you will be sorely missed." Marco Corleone posted the following comments on his twitter account: SOLID Chris you will be missed my friend. Your passion for life, family, and wrestling will be missed. A big guy with an equally big heart.

-- The U.K. version of Bravo shuts down on January 1st. This is the network that airs TNA iMPACT!, and was known to be shutting down, but this is the first official word on a date.

-- As noted late last night here on the website, The Miz is the new WWE Champion after cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase and dethroning Randy Orton for the title. Moments before The Miz cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase, Orton successfully defended the WWE Title against Wade Barrett after John Cena ran into the ring to prevent Barrett from scoring a three count on "The Viper." Prior to the main event, The Nexus jumped Orton and injured his knee. Miz then took advantage of Orton retaining despite the storyline injury by immediately cashing in his briefcase. The near three minute long bout concluded with The Miz countering the RKO into the Skullcrushing Finale for the pinfall victory.

-- Jim Neidhart did an interview on 1360AM in Philadelphia. He said he's in a good place and his recent legal issues are behind him. "Everything is good, and I'm in really good shape right now," he said. "I'm always looking to get back to the ring, and Philly has a lot of great independent promotions." When asked whether he thought Vince McMahon takes care of talent, he said: "It's not his job... It's not his job to tell us how to save our money or monitor what we did after leaving the company. Sure, he ran us into the ground, but no employer is responsible for that."