John Cena disappointed with TV show change, man who threw Rock at The Rock sentenced, NXT tickets
- In the video below, John Cena talks to MTV UK and says he's disappointed that Jeremy Clarkson was dropped from Top Gear, and wants James May and Richard Hammond to return as presenters for the show.
"I certainly hope they can work everything out because I love watching Top Gear, not only because of the cars, I think it is because of the crew too," Cena said. "In the WWE realm we say that no one man is bigger than the machine and everybody's replaceable but it will be a shame not to see those guys doing their thing."
- According to TMZ, Navid Farsi was sentenced to 3 years probation, 52 psych counseling sessions, and 20 days of highway cleanup duty after being charged for nailing Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine in the face with sugar last week. A protective order for The Rock was included because Farsi once allegedly tossed a rock at him.
- For the first time, TiqIQ has seen a secondary market form for NXT. The live tour that begins tomorrow, May 14th has an average asking price of $127 per ticket -- 22% more than Sunday's "Payback" pay-per-view. Thursday's show in Philadelphia is the cheapest of the lot, starting at $14. More information can be found here.