– Virgil recently appeared on comedy show The Special Without Brett Davis, which you can see above (this episode contains strong language). During the show, the former WWE Superstar was asked how he makes money these days, and said by selling autographs. The host asked him about “Lonely Virgil,” but Virgil quickly blew it off. He also said that he plans to become a millionaire from fan donations.
– Former SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long turned 68-years-old on Tuesday.
– At Tuesday’s WWE television tapings in Little Rock, Arkansas, Adam Rose appeared with a gimmick he’s been trying out at recent live events. The WWE Superstar is spinning the character off his previous character, but he’s a downer instead of a partier, and is a heel.
Here is a shot of how Rose appears.
— Aldo Rose (@Aegis_Rose) September 14, 2015
Wrestling between the tapings for Main Event and SmackDown, Rose lost to Damien Sandow.