WWE Notes – Cena teases WM32 involvement, “Superstars for Hope” announced, “SuperToken” at Gamestop, post-WM32 Smackdown TV taping, Becky Lynch talks realizing WM goal


John Cena (photo credit Wade Keller © PWTorch)

WWE News & Notes – March 21

– WWE top star John Cena continues to tease some form of involvement at WrestleMania 32 in two weeks.

WWE announced the annual “Superstars for Hope” online auction through CharityBuzz surrounding this year’s WrestleMania. This year’s auction will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Auction highlights include meet-and-greets with WWE stars, a taping of Conan, Dallas Cowboys & Mavericks packages, concert tickets, and more. The auction runs through April 5. (Full Details)

– WWE and Gamestop announced Monday that “WWE SuperToken,” the in-game content offering for “WWE Supercard,” is now available at Gamestop retail locations. (Full Announcement)

– The Smackdown-after-WrestleMania TV taping on April 5 in Houston is not sold out yet. Toyota Center sent out a notice on Monday offering group and individual ticket offers for the lower and club level-seating.

Becky Lynch talked about realizing her goal of having a focused match at WrestleMania being part of the Divas Title match with Charlotte and Sasha Banks.

“There was a lot of speculation and my whole focus since getting on the main roster was to make sure that I was in a match at WrestleMania,” Lynch told Jan Murphy for the Kingston Whig-Standard. “It’s hard because you hear different things and things are always changing in WWE because of different storylines and everything is done live. Things can change constantly. At Smackdown a couple of weeks ago, when I saw the graphic for the triple threat match, that was when I really believed it.”

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