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.
It looks like Maxim magazine will be attempting to set up a photo shoot with AJ Lee, so that the WWE diva can be featured on the cover of an upcoming issue. They recently conducted a poll, and she managed to beat out more known female celebrities.
It looks like Emma has now emerged as a strong candidate to be the next NXT developmental diva to be called up to the main roster by WWE. She worked the live event tour this week. Emma teamed with Natalya to defeat AJ Lee and Tamina Snuka.
Through Twitter, AJ Lee revealed to her fans that she recently lost a tooth during a match. The belief is that she is being kept off screen by WWE while that happens. She has missed a couple of appearances on Monday Night Raw since the incident.
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.
The backstage incident with AJ Lee is drawing media attention, as Michelle Beadle, the Access Hollywood host that was involved in the situation, was a top trending topic on Yahoo! throughout the weekend.
Despite her backstage incident this week, AJ Lee managed to retain the WWE Divas Championship during her match against Natalya Neidhart at TLC. AJ got the pin fall victory after reversing a Sharp Shooter attempt from Natalya.
"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