- Linda McMahon's opponent for the Republican US Senate seat in Connecticut, Christopher Shays, suggested that McMahon provided Bridgeport Republican Town Committee chairman John Slater with WrestleMania XXVIII tickets in exchange for his endorsement. Slater, who denies the allegation, attended the event a month before endorsing McMahon.

"Congressman Shays continues to disrespect delegates and leaders across the state with accusations that they can be bought," McMahon campaign spokeswoman Erin Isaac stated in an email to Greenwich Time. You can check out more on the story at Greenwich Time by clicking here.

- THQ revealed in a recent earnings report that rebranding the WWE franchise has been a success. "The successful rebranding of this annual franchise has led to higher sell-through to date, which is up approximately 20 percent on like-for-like platforms in North America versus the year-ago title," THQ stated in its latest earnings release (props to JoyStiq.com). The company has shipped 2.2 million copies of WWE '12 since November.

- Here is the latest "WWE Inbox" featuring WWE Superstars and Divas sharing their favorite school memories:

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