WWE Producer Gives Props To NXT Divas, Former WWE Superstar Has Been Staying Busy, Evolution Video

- As seen above, the latest "This Week In WWE History" video with Corey Graves and Kyle Edwards looks at Evolution winning all the gold at WWE Armageddon 2003.

- WWE producer "Road Dogg" BG James tweeted these props for Nia Jax vs. WWE NXT Women's Champion Bayley at "Takeover: London" yesterday:


- WWE's latest "Where Are They Now?" piece catches up with former Spirit Squad member Kenny Dykstra (Ken Doane). It was noted that Doane enrolled at Nichols College in 2012 and is getting MBA and MSOL dual Master's degrees, where he's a Dean's High Honors student. Doane also is a two-season varsity football player for Nichols and originally planned on one season but he blew his knee out at the end of the first and wanted to come back for a second so he could have a more dignified exit. It was noted that Ken was a recipient of the WWE Scholarship award program.

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Doane also published an anti-bullying book for kids in 2013 titled Billy's Bully. This led to him touring K-12 schools across the country as a guest speaker at anti-bullying seminars. Today, he works as the Lead Behavior Technician at the Autism Behavioral Center and is a national fitness competitor, recently launching a website at KennDoaneFit.com. Doane is toying with the idea of writing a kids book on Andre the Giant. Regarding an autobiography, he commented:

"I'm only 29. I have so much more to accomplish that I don't know that I'm ready to even think about that yet. But maybe as I get older. Maybe in 10, 20 years I'll do that."

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