– WWE recently made a change in developmental, an “old school element” which was put forward by Triple H, according to a report from The Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Possibly starting with tonight’s tapings, the company will be doing away with word for word scripts and will be teaching the talents how to work with bullet points, to allow each talent to speak as their own character and rely on themselves and their creative ability, instead of what someone wrote for them.

– Speaking of Triple H, the decision to make his match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 29 a No Holds Barred match with his career on the line was made over the weekend, prior to Monday’s RAW. Other ideas that were discussed were a Hell in a Cell match or having Shawn Michaels in Triple H’s corner, with Paul Heyman in Lesnar’s corner and a stipulation for the match.

– Chris Jericho will be appearing at tonight’s WWE NXT tapings at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. Also advertised to appear are William Regal, Wade Barrett and the WWE Divas.

– WWE officials are contemplating turning Kofi Kingston heel after WrestleMania 29, feeling that due to the way he has been booked for the past few years, he’s unable to get himself over as a top babyface and that a heel run could work wonders for his character.

– As announced previously, WWE are currently looking for a new VP of WWE Kids Entertainment as the company wants to promote their product harder towards kids and families, specifically looking for new ideas and initiatives to push the product strong to mothers and their children. WWE are looking for someone with at least 10 years of experience in kid programming to fill the position, while the person must be very in tune with pop culture and the current trends.

– There were a lot of people within the WWE expecting Bruno Sammartino to appear on Monday’s WWE RAW in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, however he wasn’t even backstage at the show, as the WWE made the decision for Bruno not to appear on television until the WWE Hall of Fame and didn’t want talent taking photos of him backstage until that night and WrestleMania weekend.

– In a recent media interview in Mexico, former TNA Knockout Ayako Hamada stated that she would be interested in wrestling for the WWE if the opportunity presented itself.

– The Miz will be hosting the WWE Money in the Bank Anthology DVD, which is scheduled for release in October.