-- Two former WWE stars blasted WWE Diva Aksana for her match against Nikki and Brie Bella on this week's RAW. Gregory "Hurricane" Helms tweeted the following: "Geez, Askana is .... not good." Lance Storm replied to Helms' tweet with the following: "Understatement of the Century." Ouch!

-- Jim Ross tweeted the following about the Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania 28 … Do the research and see what two men have competed in more Hell in a Cell matches than anyone in history. Exactly, HHH & Undertaker! 4/1/12!

-- THQ sent the following press release today:

THQ Expands WWE Videogame Portfolio with Release of WWE WrestleFest for iPhone and iPad

Iconic Arcade Game Returns to Deliver Classic WWE Action in 2-D Format for Popular Handheld Systems -- Available Now on the App Store

AGOURA HILLS, Calif., Feb 21, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- THQ Inc. today announced the release of WWE WrestleFest, a faithfully recreated 2-D experience for iPhone and iPad based on the well-known WWE arcade game made popular in the 1990s. Complete with current-day WWE Superstars, prominent WWE Legends, an extensive downloadable content program, Road to WrestleMania progression play and multiplayer functionality, WWE WrestleFest is available now through Apple's App Store for the suggested retail prices of US $2.99 (iPhone) and US $3.99 (iPad).

In addition today, THQ also announced WWE WrestleFest is in development for additional platforms, including Xbox LIVE Arcade for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, Android and PC, with a currently scheduled release window of calendar year 2012.

"WWE WrestleFest greatly complements our WWE videogames portfolio by delivering a unique and captivating way for fans to connect with the virtual WWE experience," said Danny Bilson, Executive Vice President, Core Games, THQ. "The game's arcade-style play, combined with present day WWE content and hints of nostalgia, is a perfect fit for handheld platforms like the iPhone and iPad."