– As previously reported, El Generico made his WWE NXT debut at a recent live event and appeared in his signature lucha libre mask, cape and ring gear. While many fans were relieved to see that it appeared WWE had not altered his beloved gimmick, it’s unlikely that he’ll get to use the El Generico name in WWE. WWE likes to own the names of their characters and typically does not allow wrestlers to bring their established names to the company unless they’re willing to sign over those rights.
– Following WWE’s recent statement that they will no longer be paying to send Tammy “Sunny” Sytch to rehab, the former Diva wrote company officials an apology letter. Sunny reportedly took responsibility for the negative comments she made about WWE during a recent shoot interview with Kayfabe Commentaries, but said that her comments were made out of anger and frustration and when she was not taking her prescribed medication. She said instead of accepting her own shortcomings, she projected her anger onto WWE.
The Hall of Famer also admitted that the real reason WWE switched her to a different treatment facility was because the first facility recommended the move. The second facility was very different and as comfortable, which made her very angry.
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter