Former WWE star Tyler Reks wasn't thrilled about the announcement of the new Camp WWE cartoon series. Reks, who had produced his own animated online series called "Mid-Card Mafia" only to see WWE shut it down, wrote on Twitter, "I almost get fired 4 an "irreverent" cartoon & @WWE decides 2 make their own? Hope Mark Henry doesn't cry about it." He noted that he still has the unreleased second "season" and may post them online. The animated series was Reks' attempt to do something to get he and others' attention, similar to Zack Ryder's online series, only to end up getting heat for it.
WWE Studios' The Call starring Halle Berry was nominated for Best Thriller Movie in the The People's Choice Awards, which will air on January 2014 on CBS. You just know the company will try and rally their fans to vote for the film, not that you can blame them.
WWE has a rare Stateside Wednesday night house show in Columbia, SC tonight as well as the first night of their European tour in Belfast, Ireland. We are seeking live reports from both shows, so feel free to send them along if you are attending!
World champion John Cena was interviewed by Marvel.com about his return to the ring, super powers he would want and more at this link. It's a good interview. On his return, Cena commented, "I just don't like [being out]. I really like the job and it comes with ups and downs and I know not necessarily everyone at my job loves me but that shouldn't sour me from my place of employment. I've truly found a home in the WWE and when I'm not there all I want to do is be there. I think that helped me get back really soon because everything I did was focused on getting back sooner and sooner."
WWE NXT star Xavier Woods worked a dark match last night, defeating El Local (Ricardo).