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Re: WWE 2006 & Beyond by ddmrko


This upcoming Monday Night, RAW will be a SPECIAL THREE-HOUR EDITION starting at 8/7CT. And what an action packed three hours it will be.

Two weeks ago, "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair defeated the WWE Champion "The Rated R Superstar" Edge in a tag team match. Last week, Edge attacked Flair from behind and put him out of commission for the rest of that night. Monday night on RAW, Flair will attempt to gain revenge on Edge and become a 17-time World Champion all in the same night. Will Edge and his army fend off "The Dirtiest Player in the Game"? Or will it be lucky number 17 for "The Nature Boy"?

Also on the special three-hour edition of RAW, we will finally get to see the match which has been in the making since Vengeance. On Monday night, John Cena finally goes one on one with "The Legend Killer" Randy Orton. Orton has been disrespecting Cena for weeks and finally "The Doctor of Thuganomics" will have a chance for some payback. Will Cena get his revenge on Orton? Or will another RKO be in Cena's future?

Paul Bearer has said that Kane will meet his "past and his future" this Monday night on RAW. Will we see the destruction of Kane on RAW or will Bearer (& James Mitchell) bear the anger of the "Big Red Machine"?

Vince McMahon will name his son, Shane McMahon, the new General Manager this upcoming Monday. Will D-Generation X, Triple H and Shawn Michaels, have something to say during the announcement or will the miscommunication of HBK and "The Game" be the focus of DX on Monday?

Be there this upcoming Monday night because RAW will kick off with a bang at 8pm with "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters taking on "Mr. Monday Night" Rob Van Dam. All this and more on the USA Network 8/7CT.

for the week of September 28th


Cash has harsh words for Pope Francis, his believers, and his bandwagon followers, while Mac still hates Russell Wilson.
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