- The Associated Press has picked up the story on former WWE performer Tammy Sytch, famously known as Sunny, being arrested in Connecticut three times this week on domestic violence complaints. The article includes reaction from WWE, who noted that she has not been under contract to them since 1998. The organization says it's paid for three rehabilitation stints for her and will continue to provide assistance should she want to take advantage of it.
According to Branford police, Sytch was arrested Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday on charges including disorderly conduct and violating a protective order.
Sytch addressed the domestic incidents on Facebook Friday night, writing, "Lesson to men: Cheat on a good woman, You get choked out."
- Twitter disabled Jerome "New Jack" Young's account Friday after the former ECW star posted a series of racially-charged messages earlier in the week blasting WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler. Shortly after news surfaced that the wrestling legend had suffered a heart attack on Raw Monday, Young told his followers to let him know if Lawler died so he can "piss on his grave."
- According to WrestlingFigs.com, WWE Hall of Famer Jesse Ventura will be signing copies of his new book, Democrips and Rebloodicans, on Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at Barnes & Noble Utopia Center 176-60 Union Turnpike Fresh Meadows, New York. Call 718-380-4340 for more information.