– WWE’s Capitol Punishment pay-per-view event featuring R-Truth vs. John Cena drew approximately 200,000 buys, according to business figures released for the month of June 2011 on their corporate website.
The preliminary figure is up from 143,000 buys for the previous June’s pay-per-view event, Fatal 4-Way.
Capitol Punishment was also up from the previous month’s pay-per-view, Over the Limit, which drew approximately 150,000 buys. Cena was also featured in the main event, but against The Miz in an “I Quit” Match.
— The Miz has landed a guest starring role on the USA Network detective comedy-drama series Psych. The former WWE Champion plays Mario, who is described as a “bros before hoes” type of gentleman.
— Dolph Ziggler celebrates his 31st birthday today.
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