Updated WrestleMania 28 PPV Buys, CM Punk Bowling, Ryder-Orton



- New data from WWE shows that the WrestleMania 28 pay-per-view did between 1.1 million and 1.2 million buys, down from the most recent preliminary figure of 1.21 million buys. WWE originally reported 1.3 million buys in April.

The data also has a preliminary number for WWE’s Over the Limit pay-per-view – just under 200,000 buys and lower than the 2010 Over the Limit but above the 2011 Over the Limit.

- WWE Champion CM Punk will be joining Chicago Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood and others for a charity bowling event today. The event will benefit the Wood Family Foundation and will take place at the 10pin Bowling Lounge in Chicago, Illinois.

- A fan on Twitter brought up the fact that Zack Ryder’s Broski Boot isn’t banned but Randy Orton’s punt kick is. Orton replied and said that was a good question.



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