Dan Trigona sent along the following:
I was reading the recap of the 4/12/10 RAW and noticed a minor spelling goof submitted. When David Hassellhoff made the match between Cena and Ortunga, at the end, there was a short bit of interplay between Hasselhoff and the Knight Industries Two Thousand. In the series â€œKnight Riderâ€ it was spelled â€œK.I.T.T.â€ however fans just use KITT now. In the posting, the writer used â€œkitâ€.
Also, the voiceover was that of William Daniels (the original voice of KITT), however, that was an edit job by WWE. The giveaway was that KITT said â€œMichaelâ€ instead of â€œDavidâ€. As Hasselhoff was not in his Knight Rider character of Michael Knight, there was no reason for WWE to edit in â€œMichaelâ€ when I believe that over four seasons, KITT used â€œDavidâ€ at least once.