– It was reported Thursday that WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar was being advertised in Kansas for WWE’s SmackDown taping at the INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita on Oct. 21 — the final television taping before Hell in a Cell. Later in the day, Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com noted that WWE officials said that reports of Lesnar appearing on SmackDown “are incorrect.” If the reports are incorrect, it is due to WWE.

Courtesy of WWE, the official YouTube account of the INTRUST Bank Arena released the above video on Aug. 15 advertising Lesnar for SmackDown on Oct. 21.

“Talent relations knows nothing of such a booking for Lesnar,” Meltzer wrote on the F4WOnline.com message board in response to the video. “There are obviously issues between talent relations and advertising these days.”

– It was announced this week on Raw that episodes of WCW Monday Nitro would be available to watch on-demand beginning next week on the WWE Network. The first episode has been released, which features Hulk Hogan putting the WCW World Heavyweight Championship on the line against “The Total Package” Lex Luger. The episode, which took place on Sept. 11, 1995, is mislabeled as “Nitro 80;” it is actually the second episode in the series.

– There are two versions of this week’s two new episodes of The Monday Night War, the WWE Network series reliving the Monday night battle between WWE and WCW. Although both episodes are rated TV-14, one of each is labeled “Viewer Discretion Advised.” One noticeable difference between the versions highlighting the “Attitude Era” is that “Stone Cold” Austin’s middle finger gesture is pixelated in the unlabeled version.