In the crowd for the event was Batista, who turned 51 yesterday, along with his good friend Titus O'Neil.
Batista spoke with Megan Olivi—who acknowledged he was going into the WWE Hall of Fame this year—right before the main event. Wearing a cowboy hat, "The Animal" said he was there in support of Cerone and picked him to win the fight.
Batista retired from wrestling last year, shortly after WrestleMania 35, losing to Triple H in a No Holds Barred Match. He'll be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame later this year in Tampa, Florida.
Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) January 19, 2020