Bayley Thanks UK Fans, Cena Buried Alex Riley? The Rock Sued

Bayley NXT UK Tour

Bayley Talks NXT UK Tour

NXT Women’s Champion Bayley thanked the fans upon returning from the recent UK tour:

John Cena Bullied Alex Riley?

In a recent Reddit AMA former WWE wrestler Tyler Reks said that John Cena used to bully Alex Riley and tried to bury his career:

There is truth that there was some sort of unknown, unreasonable heat between Riley and Cena. To the point where everyone on the roster thought that Cena was treating him in a way that was totally uncalled for. No one approached Cena about it, but the entire locker room was on Riley’s side, a lot of condolences, and this is ‘ridiculous, bro,’ and it was every freakin’ day. Cena thought Riley did something wrong every single day. Like, it’s completely against the wrestler code to ever go through another wrestler’s bag. One day, Riley walked into an empty locker room and Cena was just going through his bag. He found some pre-workout vitamins and b—hed him out for taking supplements, asking if he ‘thinks this is ok.’ Like, he was looking for a reason to get him fired.

We had the match when Linda was running for Congress for the Stand Up For WWE charity shows, and it was a tag match, I think it was a six man tag match if I remember right. And it was me, Hawkins, and Ziggler vs. Riley, and two other baby faces. Cena had made it clear that he wanted Riley to act a certain way and do certain things. And we structured the entire match to his wishes and it went flawlessly as far as we were concerned. The second we walked backstage he came up to me and said ‘hey where’s numbnuts?’ And he sees the look on my face and tells me to go get Riley. So all six of us came back and he b—hed out Riley in front of the backstage roster — about how he always tells him to do one thing and he does another, and Cena was ‘washing his hands of helping him.’ Even Ziggler was like, ‘What the hell, man?

The Rock Sued Over TV Show

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Mark Wahlberg are being sued for “stealing” elements for their show Ballers. Everette Silas and Sherri Littleton claim they were involved in the original project, which was called “Off Season,” but Rock shut it down and rebranded it as his own.