— Moments after watching Zack Ryder carted off in an ambulance last Monday on Raw, John Cena angrily looked into the camera. The official WWE website suggests that Cena was “driven to a dark side” by Kane’s heinous act. Jim Ross, however, does not think Cena will be altering his persona.
A Twitter user asked Ross, “I’m not too keen on Cena turning in to a villain. Are you??” He responded, “I don’t see any major changes coming in Cena’s persona.”
— Two-time Royal Rumble winner Shawn Michaels congratulated Sheamus on his victory Sunday.
He tweeted, “Good day everyone, hope ya’ll are well. As always many are asking so, no I didn’t see RR but yes heard Sheamus won. Awesome for him.”
— Though WWE announced two weeks ago a Raw SuperShow for Monday, April 9, 2012 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., an on-sale date for tickets still has yet to be determined.