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.

* Triple H takes a moment to honor WWE’s Performance Center assistant head coach Sara Amato during the Mae Young Classic. (Twitter, Instagram)

* WWE have compiled bios for all 32 competitors of the Mae Young Classic. (WWE.com)

* There is a lot of talk that Nikki Bella will be returning to action soon and appearing come SummerSlam. (PW Insider)

* Sports Illustrated reports that Talking Smack has been canceled as a weekly series due to Vince McMahon feeling that the show’s unscripted style was not in the company’s best interests. (Sports Illustrated)

* AJ Brooks opens up about her mental health journey. (NAMI)

* There is speculation that former TNA President Dixie Carter will appear on Raw being revealed as the mysterious person behind the Kurt Angle texting storyline. (Sportskeeda)

* The finish of Sasha Banks and Alexa Bliss’ match at Great Balls of Fire was changed at the last minute because WWE wants to use the reports the two women dislike each other in real life to extend their feud. (Cageside Seats)

* Brie Bella will make her first major public appearance since Birdie’s birth at San Diego Comic-Con International. (WWE.com)

* According to The Wrestling Observer, WWE have changed their mind and gave Kairi Sane permission to use her elbow drop finisher despite originally being told that she couldn’t do it because it was ‘Bayley‘s move’. (Wrestling INC)

* Mick Foley shares an incredible story about how Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch created a great moment for dying WWE fan. (IWNerd)