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Ring Side News:
- The following matches were taped tonight in Washington, DC to air on Monday's RAW. The theme will be Champion's Choice where champions get to pick their challengers.
* Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes vs. The Miz and John Cena
* Antonio Cesaro will defend the United States Title against an opponent that he chooses
* Kane and Daniel Bryan will defend the Tag Team Titles against opponents that they choose
* Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler
* Eve Torres will defend the Divas Title against an opponent that she chooses
* Big Show will defend the World Heavyweight Title against an opponent that he chooses
* Kofi Kingston will defend the Intercontinental Title against an opponent that he chooses
* Ryback vs. Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns in a handicap match
There will also be MizTV with special guest John Cena and a New Years Eve toast between AJ Lee and Dolph Ziggler.
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There will be an angle at the end of this Monday’s WWE RAW telecast where John Cena announces that he will be an entrant in this year’s 30-man WWE Royal Rumble match.
During the closing segment featuring Dolph Ziggler and AJ Lee “toasting” each other, Cena promised the WWE Universe that he would win the Royal Rumble match and then go on to win the WWE title...
The storyline between AJ Lee and John Cena has continued on the RAW Holiday tour. Last night’s cage match between Cena and Dolph Ziggler saw Big E Langston stop Cena from escaping several times. AJ tweeted after the match:
“Tonight, at a Raw live event, I slapped Cena’s perfectly chiseled jaw into next week. He then kissed me. I love these games we play, Johnny.”
After WWE stopped taping Raw last night, John Cena and Sheamus wrestled The Big Show and Dolph Ziggler. The finish to the match concluded with The Big Show leaving Ziggler. Big E Langston came in to help by holding Cena, however when Ziggler went for the Superkick, Cena ducked and Ziggler hit Langston instead. Sheamus then connected with a clothsline following with an Attitude Adjustment...
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WWE RAW (Airing Tonight):
* The Miz kicks off RAW by announcing that Vickie Guerrero has declared that tonight’s show will have a “Champions Choice” theme, with “all” titles on the line tonight (except for CM Punk’s WWE title) and the champions getting to pick their opponents.
* The Miz hosts MizTV with his guest, John Cena. Cena starts talking about...
- WWE published a list of 10 Superstars to watch out for in 2013. Some of the stars mentioned include Team Rhodes Scholars, Antonio Cesaro, Wade Barrett, Kaitlyn, Ryback, The Shield and Dolph Ziggler. Here is what the article read for for The Shield.
“Ever since this triumvirate of NXT Superstars surged into Survivor Series and laid waste to Ryback, ‘The Shield’ has inspired...
- CM Punk has posted the following photo of his surgically repaired knee:
- Eve Torres is featured in the “Superstar Spotlight” on the home page of WWE.com.
- The Washington Post published an article about RGIII chants at last Saturday’s Raw taping from the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.. The Washington Redskins quarterback was in attendance for the taping, which airs...
- Cameron gets the Diva Spotlight on WWE's website today.
- TV Guide notes that John Cena and Daniel Bryan will be featured on this morning's episode of WWE Saturday Morning Slam.
- The new movie "Django Unchained" features a preview for WWE Studios' Dead Man Down at the beginning. The movie stars Colin Farrell and features Wade Barrett. One fan noted that...
Tonight’s WWE RAW is the taped show from Saturday night in Washington, DC and has a Champion’s Choice theme. Full spoilers and the match listing can be found elsewhere on the site. The main event of tonight’s show will be Ryback vs. Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns in a handicap match. There will also be a New Years Eve toast with AJ Lee and Dolph Ziggler.
- Embedded below is the latest episode of “Santino’s Foreign Exchange” which features a look back at clips from the show over the year.
- This week's Smackdown scored 54,125 in social media activity, which is well-below Smackdown's fall season average. On cable TV Friday night, Smackdown ranked #3 behind Nick programming and ESPN's Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers...