Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer
-- The March 19th RAW Supershow had 384,000 homes watching on tape delay or DVR, which is 11.1% of the total viewership. The go-home WrestleMania 28 RAW on March 26th had 367,000 homes or 10.8% watching on tape delay.
-- Fit Finlay has been in talks with WWE about returning but he’s currently working with Tajiri to help set up his new company over in Japan, as well as still working independent dates. No word yet where his talks with WWE stand but helping Tajiri is his main priority. Finlay is also still taking future independent dates so it appears a deal with WWE is not in place yet.
-- As noted before, Kane vs. Randy Orton at WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view was originally scheduled to be a steel cage match. There likely will be no cage match at Extreme Rules because there will be one or possibly more cage matches at the No Way Out pay-per-view in June.
-- Dean Ambrose will indeed be debuting on WWE’s main roster soon and the current storyline with Mick Foley is designed to make him a top name right off the bat.
-- Tyler Reks, who was fired on NXT by William Regal, wrote the following on Twitter this morning: “Finishing out our contractual obligations on the Smackdown Euro Tour. Considering shaving my head when this is all over & starting fresh.”
A fan asked if Reks was really leaving WWE and he replied with the following, mentioning John Laurinaitis: “Unless by some miracle, @WWERawGm decides otherwise…”