Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

- Triple H recently paid big money for some old wrestling posters and memorabilia from collectors. WWE has also purchased some items from Charlie Thesz, Lou Thesz's widow.

- People bought more merchandise for The Ultimate Warrior on the internet in the month of April than anyone else, including John Cena. The internet merchandise numbers were Warrior first, followed by Cena, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, The Wyatt Family, The Shield, Evolution and Hulk Hogan. At live events, Cena's sales are far beyond everyone else's. At the arenas, the latest best-sellers have been Cena, Bryan, Randy Orton, Warrior, Rob Van Dam, Brock Lesnar, The Wyatts and Batista. Sin Cara has broke into the #9 spot.

- It appears as if WWE hasn't contacted any indie wrestlers from the March tryout camp at the Performance Center. That camp included Kevin Steen, ACH, Rocky Romero and Roderick Strong.

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