– We noted before that WWE is planning to do more live specials on the WWE Network in the next year, similar to the July 4th special from Tokyo. In an update, some of those events would air live or on a tape delay. It was described to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter as broadcasting live events as opposed to a special major events production.

– Below are recent WWE attendance figures:

* June 27th in Boston drew 7,000 fans (John Cena tour)
* June 28th in Roanoke, VA drew 3,500 fans (Seth Rollins headlined)
* June 29th in Washington, DC for RAW drew 8,600 fans
* June 30th in Hershey, PA for SmackDown drew 4,000 fans

– We noted before that WWE is planning to do more live specials on the WWE Network in the next year, similar to the July 4th special from Tokyo. In an update, some of those events would air live or on a tape delay. It was described to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter as broadcasting live events as opposed to a special major events production.

– As PWMania,com reported, based on Suplex City t-shirts that WWE is making for local markets, Brock Lesnar may be working WWE live events on August 8th in Sydney, Australia and on November 6th in London. We don’t have confirmation that Lesnar is working those dates but his new contract reportedly has more dates per year than the original deal he was under because he got a pay raise.