"I knew AJ Lee from developmental a year before she was on NXT. I didn't know Dolph Ziggler at all. But when we started working together and traveling to different shows we realized that we shared a similar sense of humor. It didn't take us long to realize that it was kind of an odd pairing but it worked. We had a lot of fun and it is something that I'll always remember. I learned a lot from Dolph when I was ringside for all of the John Cena matches at house shows. It was a positive way for me to start my career."
- Big E Langston
The WWE Divas Championship is being viewed as a backup plan at Royal Rumble 2014 right now. If there is enough time on the show, then the match between AJ Lee and Naomi Knight will take place. If not, then management will wait until the following Monday Night Raw.
Maryse Ouellet held the WWE Divas Championship for 216 days straight, but she is about to be surpassed on that list by AJ Lee, who has now held the belt for 212 days straight. No word yet on whether or not WWE will make a big storyline out of that.
While the incident between Michelle Beadle and AJ Lee received a lot of coverage on the internet, Access Hollywood has released an article about Tribute to the Troops without mentioning a thing about the backstage situation that took place.
In order to prevent the story from escalating, WWE is not planning to punish AJ Lee on screen, as fans will add to on speculations of backstage heat if she were to go on a losing streak. This increases her chances of holding on to the championship.
In order to prevent the incident with AJ Lee from blowing up any further, WWE contacted Michelle Beadle and asked the Access Hollywood host to post a statement on Twitter. The hope is that it would convince fans that it was a misunderstanding.