-- WWE Hall of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch was paroled yesterday from the Carbon County Correctional Facility in Pennsylvania, after having been held there since late March due to multiple parole violations. She posted the following message on her Facebook page and also seems to have set up a site on a third party host where she charges $29.99 for some sort of content that she doesn't specify.
“I’m home. From now on, my personal life will be kept private, and both of these pages will be taken down. I will eventually start a new PERSONAL page reserved for real friends and family only, and a business page for fans and bookings. Please respect my privacy, and only add the new personal page if you are, in fact, a real friend or family. Fans are welcome and encouraged to follow the fan/business page. Thank you all for your continued support in the recent months and in those to come. — Tam.”
-- Former WWE wrestler Michelle McCool is set to appear on this Tuesday's Smackdown 1000 celebration show, even though WWE has yet to publicly promote her. Her husband, Undertaker, has some pull in WWE circles which is why McCool has been called upon at multiple WWE shows as of late and she is also rumored and teasing that she will be at Evolution too:
-- Along with a ton of other stock in what was a down day for the markets, the WWE stock fell to $82.68 per share after dipping as low as $78.53 around Wednesday mid-day. WWE's market capitalization still stands at $6.45 billion, though it has lost almost $1 billion over the last week.