|By Marc Middleton | June 10, 2012 | Comments|
Source: PWInsider- Mick Foley will be appearing at The Wrestling Universe store today in Flushing, New York from 2pm until 4pm.
- Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler will be appearing together today at the CBS Radio Houston Fan Fest in the Alumni & Athletics Center at the University of Houston. Their appearance starts at 1pm.
- WWEDVDNews reports that WWE's "The Rock vs. John Cena: Once In a Lifetime" DVD will be released in September. The DVD will look at Cena and Rock's year-long feud that ended at WrestleMania 28 and will include the one-hour documentary that WWE aired on TV leading up to WrestleMania.
- Word going around WWE is that a lot of the RAW stars will be booked for SmackDown tapings going forward as the company needs all hands on deck due to the depth issues with the roster. The fear among the talents is all the pushing to get them to work more often is going to lead to fatigue and injuries. Another topic of conversation is how hard John Cena and CM Punk are working as they also do media appearances on top of everything else WWE asks of them.
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