– Triple H is featured in an interview with STLToday.com discussing WWE’s PG programming amongst other subjects. In regards to the move to PG, he had the following to say, “There are comics who can be great and never use a bad word. I never have had a fan come up and say to me, ‘Ah man, my all-time favorite moment in “Raw” was when this guy used this dirty word.’ What they remember are the story lines. The movies that do the biggest box office aren’t the ones with the most blood and swearing.”

– As things stand, all signs are pointing to Kharma’s release from the WWE being true. Thus far, she has declined to comment on the matter and is not accepting independent bookings. Her last WWE appearance came at the 2012 WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view.

– Vince McMahon is featured in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter promoting this Monday’s WWE RAW at this link.

– Recently signed WWE developmental Diva Natalie, the former Buggy Nova, is getting rave reviews from trainers in Florida Championship Wrestling for her week, just a few weeks after linking up with the company. Many in the company are genuinely excited at the new batch of Divas coming through, as well as the incoming addition of Sara del Rey.

– WWE seem to be ready for the incoming Windows 8, as the company have already launched an app. More details are available here.

– WWE are currently considering whether or not to add a 30 minute or 60 minute preview show prior to RAW and SmackDown each week on the WWE Network when it debuts, as well as moving the YouTube shows to the network in a half-hour format.

– In an update on former WWE Tough Enough winner Andy Leavine, he will begin work for the World Wrestling Council promotion in Puerto Rico shortly.

– Former WWE Diva Maria Kanellis was in attendance at last night’s Pro Wrestling Guerilla event in Reseda, California.