-- Triple H's Wikipedia page was updated following SummerSlam and had the following: "Paul Michael Levesque (born July 27, 1969), better known by his ring name Triple H (an abbreviation of his character's full name, Hunter Hearst Helmsley), is an American professional wrestler, business executive, actor, former bodybuilder and F**king R*arded Massive Stupid C*nt. Levesque currently works in the front office of WWE as the Executive Vice President of Talent and Live Events; he appears as Triple H on television as the chief operating officer and part-time wrestler."
-- As noted yesterday here on the website, Primo and Epico are reportedly set to be repackaged in a matador-style tag-team for a return to television in the near future.
-- As noted earlier, the reason Alberto Del Rio was sporting a black eye heading into his match with Christian at the SummerSlam pay-per-view on Sunday night was because of a physical altercation that took place either late Saturday night, or early into Sunday.
While there isn't a lot of specifics that can be provided at this point, it is known that the World Heavyweight Champion was involved in a real-life brawl with fellow WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre. Apparently the two got into a scuffle at some point, and the fight resulted in noticeable physical damage to both men.
WWE explained the black eye during the pay-per-view by saying it was the result of Christian hitting the Killswitch on Del Rio during Friday's edition of SmackDown. However, the black eye, as well as a lot of the bruises on Del Rio's face were the direct result of the fight with McIntyre.
We should have an update on this situation early Monday morning.