WM27 Buyrate, WWE Manager Returns, Orton Travel Story

– WWE’s annual goal for WrestleMania is for the event to draw 1 million pay-per-view buys worldwide. According to the company’s official preliminary estimate, the show did 1,042,000 buys worldwide – so it appears The Rock’s involvement was enough to put them over the top.

– As reported here earlier this week, WWE is continuing its recent initiative to once again feature managers – with former WWE personality Armando Alejandro Estrada returning at Tuesday’s Superstars tapings from Spokane, WA and managing Tyson Kidd. Estrada reportedly met with WWE officials about a possible return several months ago when the company was touring in Long Island, NY.

– Randy Orton recently wrote on twitter about an embarrassing travel story. Apparently he sat down on what he believed to be his connecting flight to St. Louis, but then found out that the flight he was on was a flight to Fayetteville, NC and had to be escorted off his flight after alerting the flight crew.

(Partial Source: PWInsider.com)

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