Top WWE Referee Released? Latest On CM Punk’s Schedule After WrestleMania 29



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- Word is that referee Jack Doan is no longer with WWE, according to several WWE employees. There is no reason confirmed yet as to why Doan was released. He had been with WWE since 1991.

– CM Punk will have a lighter schedule after WWE finishes their European tour in April. He is not advertised for any RAW events in May. He is also not advertised for the Extreme Rules PPV. There is one weekend in May (24-26 in Utah and two shows in Calgary) where neither he nor John Cena are scheduled.

The talent advertised include Ryback, The Miz, Dolph Ziggler, The Shield, Antonio Cesaro, R-Truth (Utah show only), Big E. Langston (Utah show only), AJ Lee, Team Hell No (Canadian shows only), and Kofi Kingston (July 26th show only). Randy Orton is off of the SmackDown shows for for Alberta and Saskatchewan during the same weekend.



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