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Re: WWE: A Strong Response


We saw Paul Bearer leaving Raw in an ambulance on Monday night, but he is expected to return next week with it being the last stop before Backlash and Kane’s title defence against Randy Orton. For those that didn’t see the show on Monday, Orton RKO’d Bearer and left the arena straight away, or so we thought. He returned later on, attacking Kane from behind with a steel chair, following that up with a punt to the head before taking possession of the WWE Championship belt he lost at Wrestlemania. It looks like there could be hell to pay for The Legend Killer next Monday night.

Word has that it something big will be going down between The McMahon’s & Evolution on Raw to make their non sanctioned match at Backlash even more heated. We also have it on good authority that something heavy is planned for Backlash also, but those plans are being kept close to creative’s chest to avoid spoiling the surprise.

The William Regal/Eric Bischoff relationship on Raw has got many people wondering if there will be a power squabble between them. It is true that there something may well be in the works, but details are sketchy at the moment as to what and when anything will happen.

Kofi Kingston & Cody Rhodes’ friendship looks to be all but over, however there is no confirmation on whether they will be part of the Backlash card. So far, only four matches have been announced with three more expected to be added next week. It remains unclear whether just who will get those spots with Santino Marella, Ted DiBiase Jr, Finlay, The Colon’s and the divas all in contention.

Kelly Kelly will be in the ring a lot more following her official in ring debut over Melina on Monday night. However, don’t expect her to disappear from the Kofi/Cody feud, as she will have a big part to play in that over the next couple of months.

Rumours of a split between the World Tag Team Champions, Paul London & Brian Kendrick have been running wild over the last week or so. From what we understand, there is a possibility of the two parting ways, but there are no confirmed details of this whatsoever.

Going in to Smackdown on Friday night, we are under the impression that a new general manager may be named. Linda McMahon’s appearances over the past couple of weeks were only meant to be temporary, and it appears that we might have seen the last of her.

That’s all for now.

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