— The Mike Knox situation appears to have blown over. His name wasn’t on any of the steroids or GH bottles found in the Georgia residence, so it’s going to be difficult for authorities to prove they were his, especially considering that three other wrestlers were living in the place at the time as well. The only real evidence they have against him is that documents with his name on them were next to the bottles of drugs found, which doesn’t really prove anything unless one of the documents relates to drugs. Knox insists that the drugs weren’t his and WWE believes him.
— Drew McIntyre, who is still listed on the Raw section on WWE.com, is appearing on Florida Championship Wrestling shows these days. He is in a tag team with fellow developmental wrestler Stu Sanders called “The Empire.” McIntyre last appeared in a WWE ring in early January, but was pulled off the road for reasons unknown.
— WWE’s latest international tour may end up being the most profitable in company history. WWE has been running two shows everyday throughout the tour and ticket prices for those shows are expensive to say the least as WWE always marks them up. The Raw & SmackDown/ECW tapings both drew $1 million apiece, which is more than WCW ever drew at the gate for a single show. Merchandise is selling really well too.
— Dusty Rhodes, who now heads up the creative side of Florida Championship Wrestling, is getting rave reviews for his work in the promotion. Rhodes is said to very personable and comes off as if he wants to be there. Most everyone in FCW loves working with Rhodes.
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