— John Cena took another shot at Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson yesterday on Twitter.
“CeNation. Just heard that yesterday the man who invented the telepromter died at 91,” he wrote. “Somewhere right now the great one is in mourning :)”
— The April 29 episode of SmackDown featured 36 minutes and 31 seconds of in-ring action, up from 31 minutes and 57 seconds the week before.
— WWE developmental talent Jinder Mahal, a wrestler billed from Punjab, India, debuted on last week’s episode of SmackDown. He appeared in a backstage segment with Rey Mysterio, The Great Khali and Ranjin Singh, where The Punjabi Playboy and his manager wish The Master of the 619 good luck on Raw. Mahal greets Khali in their native tongue and walks off.
To translate what was said, reader Ashish noted that Khali and Singh asked Mahal he was there. He that he is a new roster member and plans to be there for a long time. After he walked off, Khali and Singh said it’s good to see him in WWE.