- WWE issued a casting call last week seeking women to apply to become female talent for the sports-entertainment organization as “Divas.”
WWE is looking for woman between the ages of 18 and 30 “with charismatic personalities, beautiful faces and great bodies.” Resumes as well as headshots and bikini body shots, are being requested.
Wrestling experience was not mentioned in the casting breakdown, with it being noted that WWE Divas “instantly gain a huge fan base”, travel the world and appear on television in “600 million homes worldwide,” and take part in multimedia shoots and charities.
- John Laurinaitis, who is currently recovering from shoulder surgery, is not expected to return to the road as WWE’s head producer until the end of the year.
- Big Show is featured in today’s “Superstar Spotlight” on WWE.com.
- Independent wrestler Smith James was among those evaluated by WWE officials at this week’s television tapings.