-- TMZ.com is reporting that former WrestleMania headliner Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a suspect in a battery domestic violence case. Police apparently arrived at Mayweather's home in Las Vegas early this morning after a call came in at 5:03 AM from Josie Harris, the mother of Mayweather's kid, who claims that Mayweather hit her. Mayweather wasn't at home when the police arrived and they are now looking for him to question him. Harris had filed a domestic abuse report against him before in 2003, but dismissed the case and said that she lied because she was mad at him.

-- PWInsider.com is reporting that WWE NXT scored a 0.96 (1.0) cable rating with 1,151,000 viewers for this past Tuesday's season three debut. That is below last week's season two finale which garnered a 1.02 rating, with 1,323,000 viewers.

-- WWE sent out the following email to fans that had purchased Wrestlemania Platinum Travel Packages, only to be told that they would only be able to get third row seats:

Dear WWE Fan:
World Wrestling Entertainment would like to apologize for a miscommunication in a previous e-mail regarding WrestleMania Travel Packages. There will be no price increase for Platinum Package buyers that sit in the first two rows at WrestleMania XXVII. Similar to previous years, seat assignments will be handled on a first come, first served basis, including assignments for the first and second row.

Once again, we apologize for any miscommunication, and we look forward to seeing you at WrestleMania XXVII in Atlanta on April 3, 2011.
Thank you.

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