Each week, The Backpage will wrap up some of the smaller news stories, rumors, editorials and gossip making the rounds in women’s wrestling. Got a tip for next week? Send it in.

* Allie announces the launch of a new YouTube series titled ‘Kicking it up a Notch’, which will focus on professional wrestlers as athletes, what they do to take it to the next level and be the best performers they can be. (YouTube)

* There is a belief there will be a surprise sixth wrestler added to the women’s Money in the Bank match, possibly Maria Kanellis. (Cageside Seats)

* Taya shares her story of being rear ended by a drunk driver but thankfully was only “shaken up” by the incident. (Twitter)

* Asuka has surpassed CM Punk‘s record of 434 days as champion. (Sportskeeda)

* Renee Young reveals she will mostly likely never wrestle as she never aspired to be a wrestler, just a TV host. (Twitter)

* There are some whispers Triple H is frustrated with Vince McMahon over how some NXT talents are being handled on the main roster, as he is said to feel their hard work is being squandered. (Cageside Seats)

* Charlotte Flair speaks with Muscle & Fitness to discuss staying in shape while on the road and writing a book with her father Ric Flair. (Muscle & Fitness)

* Stephanie McMahon will be receiving the Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award at the Sports Humanitarian of the Year Awards, presented by ESPN on Tuesday, July 11. She is receiving this through WWE’s partnership with organizations like Make-A-Wish, Special Olympics, and others (Wrestling INC)

* There is new speculation that Ronda Rousey may be bound for the WWE again after she followed several WWE Superstar accounts on Twitter. (What Culture)

* Natalya honors her father Jim Neidhart in her latest Calgary Sun blog. (Calgary Sun)