— Mick Foley, who has not appeared on WWE programming since the Royal Rumble, teased a return to company storylines Sunday night via Twitter as he said he received voice-mails from SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long.
"Guess it's about time I listen to some of these voice-mails from Teddy Long. Wonder what he wants. Catch you all tomorrow," he wrote. However, he suggested minutes later it was a joke, writing, "No big deal. Teddy was just hoping I had Buff Bagwell's number – apparently, it's pretty important."
Foley is scheduled for an upcoming WWE show as he will appear at the April 9 Raw SuperShow taking place at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C.
— WWE ring announcer Tony Chimel took a jab at Lilian Garcia at Saturday's SmackDown live event in Bowling Green, Kentucky as during a mic check he announced "1, 2, Long Island Iced Z! Jack Swagger!" This was in reference to Garcia's mistake at Tuesday's SmackDown taping in Newark, New Jersey where she introduced Ryder as "Long Island Iced Z, Jack Swagger." John Cena ridiculed Garcia's ring announcing ability after the taping had concluded, proclaiming to the live audience, "She looks absolutely beautiful, but doesn't know what the hell she's doing!"