– In an update on WWE’s Saturday Morning Slam show debuting on the CW Network on August 25th, it was the CW Network who approached the WWE about doing the show that will run for 30 minutes and feature one new match per week as well as profiles on wrestlers to get younger kids up to date with who the wrestlers are. The show is scheduled for a 10am airtime. The programme description for the show reads, “WWE Saturday Morning Slam packs the riveting in-ring action, the larger-than-life WWE Superstars, and WWE’s kid-friendly entertainment into the fastest, most energy-filled half-hour on television. WWE Superstar profiles, behind-the-scenes footage and an exclusive WWE match every week will all combine to make WWE Saturday Morning Slam the perfect destination for the youngest viewers in the WWE Universe.”

– Luke Robinson, who was the runner-up in the revamped series of WWE Tough Enough, has told friends that he is moving on from professional wrestling and focusing on building up his fitness business.

– Former WWE and ECW superstar Justin Credible (Peter Polaco) noted via his Facebook and Twitter accounts that he was recently contacted by the WWE to work on the WWE Network. “I come home and see WWE on my call id. Things are really starting to look up, mark carrano called for work on wwe network. Im super exicited. it just makes me happy to be thought of and to be a part of the company on any capacity.”

– New WWE developmental Diva Buggy Nova, who was previously working under the name of Natalie, has now been rebranded by the company under the name of Skylar Moon.

– There are a lot of unconfirmed reports circulating that Johnny Gargano, who recently signed a two-year contract extension with Dragon Gate USA, has a clause in his contract that would allow him to talk to TNA Wrestling or WWE officials, should either company show an interest in the highly-rated independent star.

– In an interesting note, BushiRoad, the owners of New Japan Pro Wrestling, were the main sponsors of Thursday’s and Friday’s WWE live events in Tokyo, Japan. We’ll have results from today’s WWE and New Japan Pro Wrestling events in Japan on the site shortly.

– Former WWE Diva Maryse has now launched her new jewelry line at HouseOfMaryse.com which includes necklaces, rings and earrings. Speaking of former Divas, former WWE Diva Maxine is #2 in FHM’s contest to send a female model to Los Angeles to be featured in a set of posters plus a FHM test shoot. The former WWE Diva also comments on her departure noting that after 4 years with the WWE, she left to pursue other interests. “I have just retired as a entertainer in the WWE after 4yrs to pursue other goals. Have experience working in front of a live audience internationally. Experience with scripts and promo skills on a weekly basis, and was able to grow strength in improvisation skills, was used in the WWE for my promo and character skills. I also was very lucky to grow a large fan base internationally. Being Spanish, Cuban, Italian and Hawaiian I’m able to play a lot of different looks.”

– Billy Gunn was at last night’s WWE NXT tapings at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida evaluating the talent. There are many within the company that believe that he will be working with them shortly. Gunn impressed WWE officials at RAW 1000 and there’s speculation that he may wrestle a few matches with the company before working behind the scenes.

– In wrestling birthdays today, Wade Barrett turns 32, Fredd Ottman (Tugboat/Typhoon) turns 56, Amish Roadkill turns 36, Jim Crockett Jr. turns 68, Savio Vega turns 48 and Lizzy Valentine turns 29.