-- Newark Patch has published an article on Big Time Wrestling's BTW SuperShow 2012 event last Saturday featuring former WWE Superstars Bobby Lashley, Chris Masters, Daivari and Matt Hardy. Lashley, who defeated Masters in the main event, explained why he competes at independent wrestling events.
"I was an amateur wrestler and I wrestled for several years so I still paid my dues with amateur wrestling for 20 years before getting into the pro wrestling... [WWE] saw me. They thought that I had a good look, which I do!" Lashley said. "If [independent wrestling groups] need a little boost and bring in some names so be it. I think it's a great idea, an awesome opportunity, and I'm going to try to do as many [independent shows] as I can."
-- The New York Post has published an article on Stacy Keibler skipping the wedding of longtime friend Gail Kim and the Food Network's Robert Irvine to attend George Clooney's fund-raiser for United States President Obama.
The former WWE Diva missed out on the nuptials at the Charles Krug Wintery in Napa, California, on Thursday to instead be at Clooney's big $40,000-a-head Obama gig also attended by Tobey Maguire, Robert Downey, Jr. and Jack Black.
-- Paul Heyman is in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for tonight's RAW SuperShow broadcast as he is scripted to appear in a segment.
Heyman returned to WWE on last week's RAW SuperShow as Brock Lesnar's legal adviser. He announced that his client had quit the company and was "never coming back."