— It was reported Monday afternoon that WWE has released Andy Leavine, who won last year’s Tough Enough contest. Bill DeMott, who worked as a trainer on the reality program, confirmed his departure from the organization via Twitter.
“My hope is andy continues to follow his course and get some well needed experience,” DeMott wrote. “I like Andy and wish him much success.”
Pro Wrestling Torch reports that news of Leavine’s release from the organization is not considered surprising.
— The top advertised matches for WWE’s Raw brand tour of Spain on June 6-9 is CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho for the WWE Championship and John Cena vs. The Miz.
— Tickets for WWE’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view event at US Airways Arena in Phoenix, Arizona go on sale May 4. The event takes place July 15.
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