- The Great Khali is tentatively scheduled to return to WWE's squared circle in approximately a month.
In late July, Khali, whose real name is Dalip Singh, underwent surgery to remove a pituitary gland tumor that's the cause of his tremendous size. The tumor was discovered through WWE's Talent Wellness Program, according to a report by ABC News. It was noted that he would be healthy enough to return to the ring within months.
- Promoting the third season of Haven on Syfy, former WWE talent Adam "Edge" Copeland discussed making the transition from professional wrestling to acting during an interview with SciFiAndTvTalk.
"Once I became a wrestler and then as the years progressed I came to the realization that, well, I've done everything there is to do in wrestling, and now I can't get cleared physically to do it any more, so what can I do? Anytime I'd done any acting I really enjoyed it, and it's something creative," Copeland said. "No matter what it is, I have to do something creative. That's just the way I'm wired. I don't do well in offices, so I need be doing something, whether it's writing a book, painting, drawing, the theatrics of the WWE or acting, I need this. So I guess it [acting] is somewhat of a natural extension of the wrestling, but it was a happy accident, for sure."