- WWE has apparently dropped the Network series Bring It To The Table, according to PWInsider. While there has been no official word on it being cancelled, Mike Johnson noted that the set was put in storage and there are no plans for future episodes. The series usually featured JBL, Corey Graves and Peter Rosenberg, although Paul Heyman filled in for Graves on a couple of occasions. It hasn't aired since JBL announced his WWE departure in September, with the last episode airing in late July.
- PWInsider is also reporting that a number of SmackDown stars are expected to be backstage at RAW tonight. It was noted that there was no word on if they will be appearing on-camera. SmackDown talents are in Houston tonight anyway as both RAW and SmackDown Live are taking place at the Toyota Center.
- The Georgia Dome was imploded today a little over 25 years after it opened. The stadium was home to WrestleMania 27 (headlined by John Cena vs. WWE Champion The Miz) and Goldberg's historic WCW Championship victory over Hulk Hogan on Monday Nitro in July of 1998. Hogan, The Miz and Cody Rhodes commented on the stadium being demolished, as seen below:
Had the privilege of competing in front of 71,000 people in The Georgia Dome.— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) November 20, 2017
Sad to see it go. Great memories. pic.twitter.com/VJQjiKUQeX
Eric Robinson contributed to this article.