Found May 04, 2012 on Wrestlechat.net:

FINALLY, WWE comes back to Denver! To the Pepsi Center of course. Which, you may or may not know was the arena they were booted from because of a NBA Denver Nuggets playoff game back in 2009. The event will be a RAW SuperShow and will take place on July, 9th of this year. In other news, it seems that WWE is attempting to fill the void of the now ex divas, The Bella Twins. There is an article on WWE.COM that hints the company may be looking for celebrity twins which is called, “10 twins we want to see in the WWE.” A few twins mentioned are the O’Donohue twins, the Avellan twins, and the Nogueira brothers; which might I add are two of the UFC’s top fighters. Hmmm, seems like WWE truly does know its competition.

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