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Monday UpdateWWEThe company donated $20,000 to three Detroit youth groups ahead of Saturday’s SummerSlam.WWE is also auctioning off a WWE Championship title signed by WWE stars and Detroit Lions football players.The full segment featuring Roman Reigns from today’s First Take on ESPN.Carmella spoke to Fox News about walking down the catwalk during Miami Swim Week while pregnant.LA Knight was on KHOU-11 to preview this weekend’s SummerSlam event. He also did media for PIX11 and FOX 2 in Detroit.Matches added to WWE’s YouTube page today include Sheamus vs. Damian Priest from SummerSlam 2021, King Booker vs. Batista from SummerSlam 2006, and Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns from SummerSlam 2022. Actor O’Shea Jackson Jr. spoke about being a fan of Roman Reigns in an interview with The Athletic.Carmelo Hayes celebrates a birthday today.AEWAEW Games thanked fans on X following its one-month launch anniversary. "AEW: Fight Forever celebrated its one-month launch anniversary last Saturday! On behalf of the teams at @AEW and @THQNordic, we wanted to extend a THANK YOU FOR PLAYING to our passionate community. Your FUN is our TOP priority and we're listening to all of the feedback you've provided! The dev team at YUKE's Co. Ltd. is working tirelessly to continuously improve the Fight Forever experience with future updates and new content releases. Stay tuned to @AEWGames for all OFFICIAL announcements regarding updates and content in the coming weeks! Stay tuned!"Screenrant has an interview with Danhausen and Brody King from this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. AEW has a video package of all of the debuts and title changes on AEW Dynamite in 2019 and 2020 ahead of the show's 200th episode on Wednesday.Samoa Joe spoke to PopCulture about his role in Peacock’s Twisted Metal series.Ruby Soho did a virtual autograph signing.Other WrestlingPWInsider reported that Tammy Sytch will face trial for her DUI manslaughter charge on August 21. It had originally been set for September 18, but was moved up several weeks.Schon! has a photoshoot and interview with Trinity Fatu.Stephen Amell clarified comments regarding his opposition to the SAG-AFTRA strike on his Facebook page.Heels brought in 48,000 overnight viewers for its second season debut on July 28. That is significantly down from season 1's finale, which did 81,000.Francesco Akira will be making his debut for GCW on September 1 in Chicago.Nick Gage and the Second Gear Crew are heading to GCW's events in Germany in September.Maki Itoh vs. B33CA has been added to GCW's August 20 event in Atlantic City.