- Above are the top 10 moments from Monday's RAW in London.
- As noted, former WWE talents Luther Reigns and Ryan Sakoda are among those that have recently filed a lawsuit against WWE, claiming that the company has known for years their talents suffer brutal and debilitating injuries but they are just interested in "selling violence."
On Steve Austin's latest podcast, he spoke with Mark and Chris Bell, who is the man behind the popular documentary "Bigger, Stronger, Faster" and owns the Super Training Gym in Sacramento, California. Chris has a new movie coming out called "Prescription Thug" that has Reigns and Sakoda in it. Chris told Austin he doesn't know about the lawsuit against WWE but did claim that Luther has a real drug problem and at one point was taking 90 pills per day including a Cialis and a Viagra just to get out of bed in the morning.
- Special Olympics of Great Britain athletes were in attendance for today's WWE SmackDown tapings in London. Here they are with The Miz and Bad News Barrett: