– In an update on Randy Orton’s return to the company, his 60-day suspension for his second violation of the WWE’s wellness policy testing expires this Sunday, which means that he is allowed to return on Monday’s WWE RAW in Cincinnati, Ohio. As of last word, he is pencilled in for a return on the show and is scheduled for Tuesday’s WWE SmackDown tapings in Indianapolis, Indiana. Orton was backstage at WWE RAW 1000 at the Scottrade Center in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri last Monday but wasn’t used due to his suspension from the company.

– Kevin Nash on his Twitter account noted that if the WWE do decide to bring back the nWo, then CM Punk should be installed as the leader of the group noting, “We can make this happen.Wear your NWO shirts ,bring NWO signs and chant NWO when our Champion comes out! The NWO must live on C.M Punk is it. there is a reason we never went at it, Plavix…really Punk is NWO 2012.Rock comes to Raw 1000 at Punk makes it his night.C.M Punk is cookin.”

– While many people believe that CM Punk vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship will be added to the WWE Summerslam pay-per-view, the talk within the company is that Cena will not be winning the WWE Championship from CM Punk at the event and will instead go over at the WWE Night of Champions pay-per-view in his hometown of Boston, Massachusetts.

– Rey Mysterio noted in a recent interview that he would like to team with Manny Pacquiao against the team of Alberto del Rio and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Original plans for the WWE WrestleMania 24 pay-per-view was for Mysterio to team with Mayweather, however “The Master of the 619” suffered an injury which changed plans.

– Trish Stratus is the featured person on today’s Superstar Spotlight on WWE’s official website.

– Independent wrestlers Mike Mondo, Cassidy Riley and Chase Stevens have been doing motion capture work with THQ for the upcoming WWE ’13 videogame.

– In birthday news, Triple H turns 43 today, Dolph Ziggler is 32 and Shannon Moore is 33.