– WWE.com has an article looking at ECW newcomer Tyson Kidd and his unique hairstyle. Regarding the hairstyle, Kidd said, “It reminds me that I’m always wearing a crown. If this haircut doesn’t scream Extreme, what does?”
While he appears to be a babyface for now, it looks like WWE has plans to turn Kidd heel in the near future as he acts rather heelish towards the end of the interview by cutting off the person conducting it and making some rather disparaging remarks regarding ECW. “Why don’t you just watch my match highlights on WWE.com,” Kidd said, “as I erase the legacy of your beloved Original ECW?” He also proclaims himself as the “future king of Extreme” and says his hairstyle is the way it is because he refuses to follow “the rest of the sheep” in ECW.
– The Stanford Advocate reports that a federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed against World Wrestling Entertainment by former wrestlers Scott “Raven” Levy, Chris “Kanyon” Klucsaritis and Mike Sanders. The wrestlers claimed WWE cheated them out of health care and other benefits and that the terms of their WWE contracts should qualify them as full-time employees. To read the full story, visit StamfordAdvocate.com. The judge ruling in favor of Raven, Kanyon and Sanders would have had a tremendous change on the wrestling industry and in the end could have cost WWE a great deal of money.