Partial Source: Pwinsider.com

-- As of earlier this afternoon, the plan was still to have John Cena wrestle Mark Henry tonight on RAW. The car accident has garnered a lot of mainstream coverage. For what it's worth, Cena is said to be fine at RAW. He's walking around showing no signs of injury.

-- Friday's episode of WWE SmackDown garnered a 1.92 (1.9) cable rating with 2.84 million viewers. That rating is down from last week's 1.92 and 3.1 million viewers and is the lowest viewer count for a first-run episode since the first episode of the year. The show took a hit in the 18 - 34 male demographic, down 0.3. The show still ranked #1 among cable TV shows in the demo, as well as in the male 12 - 34 and male 18 - 49 demos. It was ranked #4 among all shows on cable. By comparison, UFC's The Ultimate Fighter: Live had a 0.83 rating with 1.07 million viewers, down from a 0.94 rating for the season premiere.

-- With less than two weeks until WrestleMania 28, we are going to become insanely busy during the next few weeks. We realize a lot of you only visit the site on Monday and Tuesday for backstage RAW/SD news but you'll want to check back in often as we head towards and beyond 'Mania. There will likely be 35+ posts per day so if you want to keep up with all the backstage news, you'll need to check back in numerous times on a daily basis. That includes the weekend, etc. Thanks for your continued support of the website. You guys are the best and we couldn't do this without you!

-- For those who may have missed it, The Prudential Center is advertising a double main event for Smackdown. It isn't known whether either or both matches will be dark matches or televised:

Steel Cage Match: John Cena vs Kane

8 Man Tag Team Street Fight: CM Punk, Sheamus, Randy Orton and Big Show vs. Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes, Mark Henry and Dolph Ziggler