- This week’s episode of WWE Raw Supershow drew a 3.44 cable rating on the USA Network, with an average viewing audience of 4,879,000 viewers.
- WWE have won a lawsuit against Italian based Interactive S.P.A. for breach of contract. The company owed money to WWE for licensing WWE programming to Italian cable networks Sportitalia Channel and SI Live. Money was also owed for the rights to an Italian language version of the WWE website.
WWE were awarded $580,839.20 by default because Interactive did not respond to the lawsuit by the required date.
- Stephanie McMahon hinted that she’ll be at next week’s 1000th episode of Raw during a Q&A for TheOnlineMom.com website on Twitter. She said she’d “see everyone at the show.”
On working with her husband Triple H, Steph noted: “Truthfully I hardly see him at the office.”
- The Ultimate Warrior has been accused of fraud by a sports memorabilia dealer, who claims he paid Warrior $28,000 for personal items that Warrior never delivered.
Christopher Elias filed the fraud report asking the Santa Fe Sheriff to bring criminal charges against Warrior. He also vows to sue the wrestling great if he doesn’t get back his money and memorabilia ASAP.
- TMZ.com is reporting that actress Halle Berry was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday night after falling and hitting her head on concrete while filming for WWE Studios’ The Hive. It’s not thought to be a serious injury.