Cena Buys ’67 Camaro, WWE Live Attendance Down & More

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– As 2010 comes to a close, lots of statistics are coming in regarding WWE‘s business performance throughout the year. One key indicator of the company’s business is live event attendance. WWE had 11 shows draw more than 15,000 fans this year – down from 2009, when 20 shows drew more than 15,000 fans. This year had the lowest number of events drawing over 15,000 fans since 2007. (Source: Wrestling Observer Newsleter)

– Former WWE and ECW star Nunzio worked Saturday night’s Madison Square Garden house show as a referee. Nunzio, who lives in the NYC area, was backstage visiting and was asked to fill in for the referees who didn’t make it to the show due to the snow storm that hit the North East this weekend.

– Former NXT Rookie Percy Watson participated in a battle royal at Sunday night’s SmackDown live event in Chicago with a shot at Dolph Ziggler‘s Intercontinental Title on the line. Ezekiel Jackson, who was recently moved to SmackDown, also worked the battle royal. The other FCW talent who worked the Chicago live event was Naomi Knight, who teamed with Layla to lose to Natalya and Beth Phoenix.

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John Cena was recently purchased a black 1967 Chevrolet Camaro at the Jackson Car Auction in Las Vegas. Cena reportedly paid $50,000 for the classic muscle car. Check it out: