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-- To follow up, as noted earlier RAW did a 3.11 cable rating. Here are the demographics: WWE RAW did a 1.86 will people aged 18 to 49 (down 11% from last week), and a 2.44 with males 18-49 (which also down 13% from the previous episode).

-- While Hulk Hogan is the center of the advertising campaign for the TNA house show in Brooklyn on July 2nd, he will not be there.

-- The WWE Extreme Rules DVD was released today. The DVD extra for the show is Shawn Michaels' farewell speech from the night after WrestleMania 26.

-- According to The Stamford Times, Zavr Peygumbari, the fan of Mickie James that called WWE headquarters in Stamford, CT more than 20 times to place threats (including blowing up the offices, and that he would visit the building with a machete and a machine gun) was in court today. Peygumbari was charged with four counts of fourth-degree threatening, one count of second-degree harassment and two counts of second-degree threatening over the matter. He was also ordered not to contact WWE employees, go near the Stamford offices or attend WWE events following his arrest. Today he applied for an "accelerated rehabilitation" probation program. If he gets accepted, he could do up to two years of probation, and if successfully completed, charges against him would be dismissed. Peygumbari will return to court on June 22nd.

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