- A stipulation in Mauro Ranallo's contract prevents him from giving any unauthorized interviews on WWE and the assumption is that WWE is also trying to come to a further settlement that would include a mutual agreement that he not publicly talk about the issue now or when his contract expires on 8/12.
- WWE and their affilates in the anti-bullying campaign "Be a Star" received a number of inquiries from media mainly related to JBL. This was fueled by not only the Ranallo situation but also by the release of Justin Roberts' book that was released two weeks ago, where he gave specific examples of bullying.
- As of this time, neither WWE nor any of its partners have made any public comments pertaining to the allegations but the company is completely aware of everything that is happening. On air during the latest Smackdown, JBL portrayed an extremely different character - smiling away, saying nothing to bury his broadcast partners or insult any of the babyfaces.
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