— Following RAW last night, Rosa Mendes tweeted the following about tag team champions Primo and Epico not getting their proper respect… “Lots of action on #Raw tonight, we still aren’t getting the RESPECT we deserve! We are tag team champs para Siempre!”
— WWE.com has a new article up, titled Chris Jericho: The new cerebral assassin?. While some have speculated that this could lead to a Jericho vs. Triple H feud, there are currently no plans to bring Triple H back to television on a regular basis.
— WWE.com has posted an update on announcer Josh Matthews, following the attack from Brock Lesnar on last night’s Raw. Dr. Michael Sampson had the following comments to WWE.com on Matthews’ condition… “When [Josh] was thrown through the set, he did land and twisted his neck, and he’s experiencing some neck stiffness, tightness. [We want] to make sure there’s no other serious damage other than just a neck sprain.”
— According to trendrr.tv WWE RAW’s social media score Monday night was 198,893 for the three hour event. This was the first three-hour RAW of 2012, and one way to compare the number is against the 2012 social media average if stretched out over three hours. Through last week, RAW averaged 170,739 per episode. If stretched out over three hours, which is not an exact science, and because there would not be an much activity in hour one, the yearly average would be 256,107. The April 9th RAW, one week after WrestleMania scored 192,244 for a standard two-hour RAW while the RAW after the Elimination Chamber scored 197,659.