Cade Cunningham Reacts To WWE Raw Appearance In Philadelphia After WrestleMania 40

On the April 8th installment of Monday Night Raw, which was the Raw after WrestleMania 40 in Philadelphia former number one pick Cade Cunningham was in attendance. He was also joined by Pistons’ forward Chimezie Metu as they decided to take in the festivities on their night off at the Well Fargo Center.

The next morning Bally Sports Detroit’s Natalie Kerwin spoke to both players

“The best part about it was seeing John Cena come out and do his thing that was cool,” says Cunningham.

“If I saw that as a kid I probably would have lost it. So, that’s the coolest part.

Metu added, “The best part honestly was the main event yesterday, the fatal four way. Ricochet puts someone [Bronson Reed] through one of the announce table. We were right there and it was pretty crazy to be that close the the action.”

WWE Superstar Ricochet before launching him over the top rope and putting Bronson Reed, he looked over to his fiancé Samantha Irvin and apologized. Irving is a WWE Ring Announcer & Correspondent.

After the Detroit Pistons beat the Dallas Mavericks 107  t0 87, which Cunningham did not play due to knee Tendinopathy on his left knee. He spoke with PlayersTV about his appearance at Raw in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 8th, “I really enjoyed it and it was fun.”

Cunningham has missed fourth straight games, according to Omari Sankofa II of the Detroit Free Press. Cade is currently listed as doubtful for the Pistons game against the Spurs on Sunday, according to the NBA’s injury report.

A couple of yes ago, Cade Cunningham pulled up to a local wrestling match in Dallas, Texas, which not to far from his hometown of Arlington fearing a friend of his by name of Nate. The former Oklahoma State Cowboys’ guard hoped on Instagram live to stream the bout in real time.

“This the real entertainment. We don’t watch the WWE. We watch the locals.”


Cade Cunningham is in line to receive a max extension offer from the Detroit Pistons this summer. After shutting down any talks of moving on from the three year veteran by moving him at the trade deadline, he mostly be offered his rookie extension. Per Bleacher Report’s NBA Analyst Eric Pincus, Cunningham and his representation will be looking to land a similar deal to the one LaMelo Ball signed which was a 5-year deal worth up to $260 million with the Charlotte Hornets this past offseason.

Cade Cunningham averaged 22.7 points, 4.3 rebounds, and  7.5 assists per game in 62 games this season for Detroit.


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