PWInsider.com is reporting that they have confirmed "through multiple sources" that both Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows are scheduled to be at next week's WWE television tapings. Furthermore, the two are scheduled to be at Sunday's WrestleMania 32 event, at least in a backstage capacity. As previously reported, the overall belief is that the tandem will be using the name "Balor Club," though this has not yet been officially confirmed.
Dana Warrior, the widow of WWE Hall of Famer Ultimate Warrior, has posted the following on her official Twitter page regarding Joan Lunden being the recipient of the 2016 Warrior Award at this coming Saturday night's WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Dallas, Texas:
"@JoanLunden is not only a survivor, she is a Warrior. Sharing her story publicly & now advocating 4 women w breast cancer. Warrior would have respected and admired her. He would be so proud to have her receive the award that was named in his honor. I am so privileged to induct Joan Lunden into the #WWEHOF"
As previously reported, rumors began swirling Wednesday regarding WWE possibly rebranding the Divas division into the Women's division following Sunday's WrestleMania 32 event. One of those rumors involved WWE essentially scrapping the Divas Championship belt in favor of a newly-designed Women's Championship belt, which would look similar in nature to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, yet smaller in size and with a white strap. The latest update from multiple sources is that this rebranding will, in fact, be happening on the post-WrestleMania edition of Raw and that the winner of the Triple Threat Match between Charlotte, Becky Lynch, and Sasha Banks at WrestleMania will be presented with the new Women's Championship belt that is said to have already been made.