-- Ricky Steamboat spoke with the Miami Herald and had an update on his physical condition following his aneurysm a couple years ago. He said he's physically at about 80% of what he was before and said his doctors don't want him getting physical in the ring, meaning that his teaching at FCW is more psychology-based now.

-- Variety reports that WWE will begin promoting The Marine - Homefront this weekend at WrestleMania Axxess. Fans will be able to read for a walk-on part in the movie with the tryouts posted to YouTube.

-- There is an article on WWE.com about Big Show and how he can make history this weekend at WrestleMania. The article notes that if he beats Cody Rhodes and wins the Intercontinental Championship, he will have won every active title in WWE.

-- WWE Tough Enough winner Andy Leavine spoke with the Miami Herald about his progress since the season ended. Leavine noted he's still in FCW, saying, "A lot of these guys [Tough Enough trainers, FCW trainers, FCW talent] came up the hard way. They didn't have the same opportunity I got, so I have to come here to pay my dues and pay my respects to these guys and work hard every day. I have to earn my keep like everybody else."