"It's a lot of DDP Yoga and gym work and eating right and staying in shape. My mind has also been right for the last five-and-a-half years being clean and sober from drugs and alcohol. So I think all those things played a big factor in this. Being able to do stuff that I've never done and wanting to try new things and having the young talent that's actually hungry and help me get through that and make it look good. I've got some new moves in my arsenal, and the people love it. This new attitude and new Goldust they've never seen with new face paint. I couldn't have asked for anything. This run has been great."
- Goldust crediting Diamond Dallas Page and sobriety
Kharma has been focusing much more on her health than she has at any point during her professional wrestling career, as the former TNA knockout is now doing the yoga program created by Diamond Dallas Page. She has lost a considerable amount of weight since leaving WWE.
While Matt Morgan has stated that he is leaving the professional wrestling industry, he is still working a show for the NWA later this month. He is defending the Florida title against former Nexus member and WWE star Michael Tarver in Tampa.
While he was negotiating with both WWE and TNA, Matt Morgan has decided to leave the professional wrestling business for the time being. He is said to be taking on the job of regional manager for a big time medical device company, which supposedly pays more than wrestling.
Through Twitter, Matt Morgan revealed that he and his wife welcomed their first born child into the world earlier today. The former WWE and TNA star also revealed that the baby is named Jackson Morgan.
On the April 21, 2005 episode of Smackdown, Zack Ryder made his debut in a match against Matt Morgan.
Matt Morgan and Ted DiBiase have been booked for a match on December 7 in New York. They're competing in a one night tournament for Family Wrestling Entertainment.
The idea of bringing back Matt Morgan to WWE was brought up recently, but Triple H dismissed the idea because he wants younger performers.