– WWE recently signed Alisha Ceraso, a Connecticut-based fitness competitor and model, to a developmental contract.
Ceraso is currently training at the sports-entertainment organization’s developmental facility in Tampa, Florida, Diva-Dirt.com reports.
Ceraso, who is in her early 20s, was involved in an automobile accident when she was 16-years-old that left her paralyzed and killed a fellow passenger, her best friend. She revealed in an interview to Status Fitness Magazine, “I broke my jaw, my ribs, and was in intensive care for a few weeks. I had to basically learn how to walk again, since being bedridden for so long.”
– The official WWE website is officially advertising Jerry “The King” Lawler for Tuesday’s SmackDown taping at the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee. He is listed among the roster of talent scheduled to appear at the show.
The WWE Hall of Famer is expected to address the hometown crowd one month after suffering a heart attack during a televised Raw event in Montreal.
– WWE has launched a Twitter feed for SummerSlam at twitter.com/SummerSlam. The account will provide details on next year’s event.