– According to multiple reports, those who spoke with CM Punk at the UFC 170 show in Las Vegas last weekend noted that Punk seemed very non-committal about his WWE status. Apparently Punk came off as someone who was treating WWE like it is simply something in his past.
At Monday’s RAW in Green Bay, Wisconsin, there was said to be no discussion among talent that anyone would be seeing Punk back at RAW in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois next Monday night.
Within WWE, there are no expectations currently of Punk appearing at RAW on Monday, and the company is said to be concerned over how the crowd will react as a result.
– Both The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar have been added to the officially scheduled lineup for the March 24th edition of WWE RAW, which is on site from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. That will be the second-to-last episode of RAW leading into the big WrestleMania 30 PPV event on April 6th.
– WWE has announced that they will be heading to Japan for three live event shows in July. The WWE has announced that the first two shows will be on July 10th and 11th at Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, with the final show on July 12th in Osaka at the Maishima Arena. Those set to appear are Former WWE champions John Cena and Daniel Bryan. Also advertised are The Wyatt Family and many more WWE Superstars. That my friends is big news for the WWE and their Japanese fans.