WWE Hall of Famer Booker T ignited a bit of controversy over the past week when he claimed on his Heated Conversations podcast that he had animosity towards Raw announcer Corey Graves and that WWE removed him from commentary on Raw over fear of him possibly hurting Graves. Corey even responded with a few digs on social media on this week’s Raw. Several reports as to whether or not the feud is fake or a legitimate have been made, but Booker has now invited Graves onto his podcast to help clear the air. Unsurprisingly, Graves has accepted Booker’s offer to appear on the show. The next edition of Booker’s podcast will premiere on Sunday night.
I’m going to address all of the news from this past week on my show tomorrow. There’s been a lot of things said and I’d like to publicly invite @WWEGraves to call in and clear the air.
— Booker T. Huffman (@BookerT5x) February 9, 2018
Gladly. You have my number. https://t.co/BhvrIDStnS
— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) February 9, 2018
John Cena is currently back on WWE television just in time for WrestleMania in April, but don’t get used to seeing him stick around beyond that. Cena will reportedly be taking time off to focus on his acting career once more not long after the event concludes. It has now been confirmed that John Cena’s latest movie will actually be premiering in theaters on April 6th, a mere two days before WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans. Blockers is a comedy film that will see Cena’s character, named Mitchell, team up with two other concerned parents as they attempt to stop their daughters after they learn that they each made a pact to lose their virginity during their prom night. Feel free to check out a trailer for the R-Rated film posted below and you can catch the film in theaters right before WrestleMania this year.
Obviously, one of the biggest actors in the world has got to be Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The former WWE Superstar has kept himself busy by acting in numerous films, including his upcoming Skyscraper film, for which the trailer just premiered earlier this week. With Hollywood studios into The Rock now more than ever, Deadline has recently reported that Universal and Legendary Pictures just won a bidding war to create the action film Red Notice, which will see The Rock star in the film and co-produce it with his Seven Bucks Production company. Johnson will reportedly earn a nice $20 million for his work on the film, and he has also apparently moved his scheduled around so that he will be able to work on the film and have it released by 2020.