Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter- Lana and Rusev are reportedly dating in real life.
- The dark segment after last night's WWE SmackDown tapings in Buffalo saw John Cena and The Usos challenging The Wyatt Family to a match. They didn't have a match but Cena and The Usos hit their finishers on The Wyatts and then celebrated together to end the show.
- Some of the WWE developmental cuts were made last week because a number of new talents are starting this month and next month. Gerald Brisco was going to send 6 to 8 amateur wrestling recruits to begin training in June at the WWE Performance Center. University of Minnesota's Tony Nelson was the guy Brisco was highest on but at last word, Nelson had not signed with WWE.
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