— In terms of the original All In footage, it appears that based on the contracts that were signed at that time, Ring of Honor would own all the broadcast rights to the show rather than the individual wrestlers involved.
— The XFL is currently negotiating and interviewing for people who will run the eight franchises, including the coaches. They also are looking to sign “star quarterbacks” to each team by paying the players up to $300,000 with the goal that by March, the league can begin marketing the coaches and quarterbacks in each of the eight local markets.
— Despite reports suggesting he is ready to go, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter notes that Luke Harper has not yet been officially given the green light to return from his hand/wrist injury. They also note that WWE has been freezing contracts of wrestlers who are injured, meaning that for each day they are out of action, their contracts are being extended for a day as well.
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