Found August 17, 2012 on Ring Side News:
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- Matt Hardy says he would do a run with WWE different this time. A fan asked on Twitter why he left WWE and Hardy replied:

"I was physically beat up, rundown, stressed & burnout-would do it different now"

- Sheamus, Hornswoggle, Alicia Fox and Eve Torres visited kids and their families at the Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA on Thursday afternoon. The Superstars were handing out Mattel toys to kids who are at the hospital.

- Some fans wondered about WWE not including two of their biggest stars - CM Punk and Sheamus - in the new Scooby Doo movie that they are releasing in 2014. PWInsider speculates that this may be a sign neither Punk or Sheamus is signed to a contract through that year. In the past, WWE has been against putting talents in projects that would come out after their deals are up.

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