– Former WWE Superstar JBL spoke with The Sun this week and had the following to say about John Cena going into WrestleMania 28:
“I knew Cena could be the guy, there was no doubt in my mind. What he’s done is just phenomenal. I could not be happier for him. He’s one of the most hard working guys I have ever seen, who just has a knack for this business. I hear that he can’t wrestle — he can wrestle. Drawing a crowd is working. I think he’s done a wonderful job.
What do you want? A guy that can go out there and do a bunch of seamless wristlocks and anklelocks, or do you want a guy who is going to put a bunch of people in seats and entertain them? To me a guy who can entertain is a great worker. I don’t understand why purists would say that he wasn’t one on any level, because I think he is.”
– Joey Styles wrote on Twitter that WWE.com won’t be airing the Hall of Fame ceremony this year because “the USA Network pays us and we sell DVD’s.”
– Former WWE and TNA executive Terry Taylor was recently at WWE developmental in Florida. There is a lot of talk that Taylor will begin working for WWE again soon, possibly with the new developmental project that is being planned for Stamford near WWE headquarters.
Partial source: PWInsider