More on Rock Missing RAW, Update on Scott Hall, Cena Hypes SmackDown

Posted by Matt Boone April 9, 2013 9 Comments

- John Cena hyped tonight’s SmackDown taping on Twitter:

“Extra! Extra! Read all about it… The Champ returns to Boston’s @tdgarden tonight for SmackDown!” – @BostonGlobe”

– Diamond Dallas Page provided an update on Scott Hall’s surgery, writing on Twitter:

“RT @inspiredmovie: @SCOTTHALLNWO just got out of surgery & all went well! Surgeon said hip looked bad & now he should feel much better”

– A lot of people were upset initially about The Rock pulling out of last night’s RAW but now they seem to be more concerned that he really might be hurt and the injury could conflict with his Hollywood schedule.

Partial source: PWInsider

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    • morrisonfanone

      Glad to hear all went well with Scott’s surgery. I can understand people being mad about Rock not being there, but safety comes first.

      • gokule

        screw scott.

      • 40dawg

        Do you not have a life outside of this website?

    • rickyh

      The fans on raw were amazing, put the wrestlemania crowd to shame, you wouldnt think wrestlemania had over 60,000 more fans after raw

      • Guest771122098

        Thats why Trips is hiding on Smackdown. Those fans would have torn him apart.

        • wildcat77

          I said the same thing

        • rickyh

          Yea they would have, if anything its got to be a wake up call for Vince because thr fans had no interest what so ever in Orton vs sheamus. Dolph got the biggest cheer of the night, in my opinion rightfully so and in the cena match, unless im wrong tge fans were chanting “same old shit”

      • Buster Cherry

        I agree WM crowd was weak but being in an open stadium makes it not as loud. Miami was way more into it than NY/NJ

    • http://www.facebook.com/andrew.edwards.3572 Ace Boogie

      In the Wrestling Ring rock aint about that Life anymore

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