Vaughan Today is featuring a new interview with former WWE diva Trish Stratus. Trish’s new Stratusphere yoga studio opened this week and the buzz is undeniable. â<80><9c>The response has been fantastic. I just want to spread the word about yoga.â<80> A back injury forced her to leave wrestling back in 2005. After growing frustrated with the slow pace of traditional physical therapy, the former WWE womenâ<80><99>s champion decided to try yoga. â<80><9c>As soon as I started doing the yoga, I could feel that I was getting better. I could just feel a difference. No back pain since. Knock on wood. Nothing has come back.â<80> Not only is Trish the owner of the new yoga studio – she is currently working on her Ashtanga yoga instructor certification so she can be hands on with the students. Trish says â<80><9c>Iâ<80><99>m sure Iâ<80><99>ll be here quite a lot. The only thing taking me away is my new travel show â<80>” I may be out in Dubai or Bali. I was paragliding in the Himalayas last week.â<80> The travel show (also called Stratusphere) debuts on Discovery HD and the Travel Channel this summer.
WWE.com has an exclusive post-SmackDown video in which Deuce & Domino dump Cherry. Deuce & Domino appear to be aligned with SmackDown Diva Maryse now, as she is seen with them. After Deuce & Domino leave, Maryse gloats to Cherry on how she has everything and Cherry has nothing. Cherry responds to Maryse this time around though.
Last night’s edition of SmackDown drew a 2.3 rating, tied for its lowest rating this year. The first hour drew a 2.1 and the second hour drew a 2.5. Despite the low rating, SmackDown still placed ahead of Fox, finishing in fourth place for the night.