– Monday’s Raw saw AJ Lee unleash a scathing “pipe bomb” towards her fellow Divas as she passionately complained they were handed opportunities she had to sacrifice for. “You’re all worthless excuses for women, and you will never be able to touch me,” said Lee in her promo. “And that’s reality.” The official WWE website has issued a poll asking fans which person did she burn the worst during her tirade—The Bella Twins, The Funkadactyls, Natalya, Eva Marie, JoJo, or Tyson Kidd.
Though The Bella Twins were not specifically referenced in Lee’s tirade, they are currently leading the poll at 40%. They are trailed by Natalya, and Tyson Kidd, who she labeled as “not much of a man” based on his dealings with Natalya on Sunday’s episode of Total Divas.
– TVTechnology.com has published an article on WWE recently completing a major upgrade of it technical operations center in Stamford, Connecticut that included “HD ingest and edit rooms, QC and transmission, core router replacement and upgrade, and Audio Post 3, the newest 5.1 surround sound audio suite in the facility.”
WWE commissioned a company in Mahopac, New York to upgrade the center.
“WWE brought me in to do my thing, within the budget, not to give them more than they needed, but not undershoot either,” said Francis Manzella of Design Limited. “They gave me complete freedom in the design of the new room. I was told not to duplicate the old room [that Audio 3 replaced] nor the other audio post rooms in the facility.”
For additional details on the upgrade, click here.
– John “Bradshaw” Layfield revealed on Twitter that this week’s episode of The JBL & Cole Show was filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, the site of last night’s SmackDown taping.