The Rock Bought The XFL
Former WWE star Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is buying the bankrupt XFL football league from WWE mogul Vince McMahon, just days before it was set to go to auction. The price was $15 million, which was split evenly between Johnson and his investment partner RedBird Capital. But the Old XFL Committee has significant concerns that the Sale to the Proposed Buyer does not satisfy the sound business purpose test, and is not in the best interests of the Debtor’s estate. So they need to revalue all the XFL assets.
President Trump Gives TikTok Until Sept. 15 To Be Sold Or He’s Banning It
Some Cardinals Players Reportedly Went To A Casino Recently As Positive Test Numbers Increase
At least a couple Cardinals did go to a Casino, as @TheRealJHair 1st suggested. MLB has since tightened its rule on leaving the team hotel from very strongly discouraged to not allowed. Cards Covid count going into today: 3 players, 4 staff
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) August 3, 2020
Principal Drops Too Funny ‘U Can’t Touch This’ Parody To Remind Students Of Covid-19 Rules
Cincinnati Public Schools switch to all-remote learning start to academic year
Cincinnati Public School District students will begin the upcoming school year with all remote learning for at least the first five weeks.
The school board agreed to the change Monday following a recommendation from Superintendent Laura Mitchell.
Now, the district’s in-person start date will be Sept. 28 — and that only if the community’s health status improves, according to a CPS presentation slide.
The district will review data Sept. 14 to determine if the Sept. 28 start date should continue or if they will return to their original blended learning plan.
Tayshia Adams to Replace Clare Crawley on The Bachelorette, After Finding Love
Tayshia Adams to Replace Clare Crawley on The Bachelorette After Finding Love Early On: Sources https://t.co/YrsdnvOumh
— E! News (@enews) August 3, 2020
Inside CVG customs as agents stop seeds
The Ellen Show Will Go On
The producers held a call with staffers on Monday, August 3, one week after WarnerMedia announced its internal review of the daytime talk show. Show bosses “addressed” the media reports during the meeting and said they want their team to “have fun at work.” “They said a lot of [the claims are] true and a lot of it is not true,” the source adds. “They said we are handling everything [and] things will be very different now. … A show that brings so much happiness and fun, it should be a happy show to work on.”