-- The Miz's victory over Zack Ryder on Monday's RAW SuperShow snapped his eleven match losing streak in televised singles bouts. His last prior singles victory took place on the December 5 Raw in a count-out win over Randy Orton.

-- Matthew Bloom, who formerly competed as Prince Albert, Albert and A-Train for WWE, resurfaced as Lord Tensai on Monday's Raw SuperShow as he decimated Alex Riley in a squash match. WWE announcer Michael Cole acknowledged Tensai as a former WWE Superstar who "became a huge international star in Japan." He did not, however, make specific references to any of his prior personas. WWE.com subsequently published an article acknowledging his time as A-Train.

WWE.com writes, "The hulking warrior is in fact the WWE Superstar formerly known as A-Train, who competed in WWE for several years before embarking on a journey of self-discovery in Japan. Once he'd crossed the Pacific Ocean, he immersed himself in the Land of the Rising Sun, embracing a new culture, training regiment, and philosophy that seemingly caused him to forsake the customs of his native United States."

-- Matt Bloom (Lord Tensai) posted on Twitter that "@WWE_Lord_Tensai" is a fake account. You can follow Bloom on Twitter at https://twitter.com/giantbernard

-- Lord Tensai's disciple, Sakamoto, is on Twitter at http://twitter.com/WWEMrSAKAMOTO