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Backstage News on R-Truth's Status, Rhodes Scholars Splits Up, WWE NXT Tryouts Continue
By Marc Middleton
Feb 2, 2013 - 8:56:17 AM

- As seen on last night's SmackDown, the tag team of Rhodes Scholars has been broken up. Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow informed Booker T that they will remain friends but want to focus on singles careers. Here is their segment:



- The WWE developmental tryouts continue in Tampa, Florida today. Jim Ross tweeted:

"Huge day at NXT try outs. LONG day Fri. Judgment Day today. Camp ends Sun. Not open to public. Who's gonna step up? We're waiting."

- R-Truth is still out of action from the gash he suffered at the WWE TLC pay-per-view back in December. WWE officials don't even want him working out in the ring. There is a major concern over staph infection or something like that. The company is just being very careful with the situation.

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Partial source: PWInsider


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