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Re: WWE 2007 & Beyond by DDMac

Thanks for the couple of reviews. News and notes...

Originally Posted by Wrestling Observer Newsletter
The reason for bringing in Elijah Burke and Monty Brown now is the feeling that the two add the group element that Booker has been working well with for several months on end now. Expect Brown and Burke to end up as another piece of SmackDown’s tag team division once Booker’s current U.S. Title program ends, no matter how it ends.

Antonio Banks, CM Punk, Boris Alexiev, and the returning Beth Phoenix are expected to debut sometime after WrestleMania. Also expect Charlie Haas and Luther Reigns to be on the receiving end of pushes after WrestleMania.

Vince McMahon LOVED how the Mickie James-Victoria segment came off this week on Raw. Expect the two divas to get more time this week as well. Same goes for Maria, whom McMahon enjoyed in her ditsy role.

As of right now, it’s unknown as to which main event will be the final match on the card at WrestleMania 23. Though Mr. Kennedy won the Royal Rumble, the recent trend has seen Monday Night Raw take the main event, regardless of the alignment of the Royal Rumble winner. At the moment, McMahon feels that World Heavyweight Champion Batista is a bigger draw than WWE Champion Randy Orton so that could affect his decision.

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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