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– The Rock posted the following message on Twitter to CM Punk the other day…
“Hush little baby don’t say a word.. It’s just the beast. Next @WWE Champion #TimesUpPunk”
– Jim Ross was recently asked on Twitter how many WrestleMania matches he believes The Undertaker has left in him. Here is Ross’ reply…
“Not an abundance. Count them on one hand.”
– On behalf of everyone here on the website, I want to take this time to wish all of you a very happy holiday season. You guys have been amazing this past year with your continued support of the website and we can’t thank you enough for that. We owe all of our success to you. We will be here today (Christmas Eve) and tomorrow (Christmas Day) with the latest news and rumors. Although WWE has already taped this week’s RAW, SmackDown and Main Event TV broadcasts (full spoilers are on the main newsboard), there will still be news that we’ll be putting up. Please continue to check back in as often as possible as we’ll be here working and pos
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- Dean Ambrose is featured in the "Superstar Spotlight" on the homepage of WWE.com.
- Embedded below is this week's episode of WWE Download featuring Dolph Ziggler.
- WWE published article counting down the top 50 moments of 2012. Listed below are the top 10.
10: Ryback "Shell Shocks" CM Punk on top of the "Hell in a Cell"
9: John Cena grants...
- Steve Blackman is featured in the "Superstar Spotlight" on the home page of WWE.com.
- Embedded below is the latest episode of Are You Serious?, which includes Vader Claus and Santa's evil brother from the South Pole, Xanta Claus.
- Jim Ross was asked how many WrestleManias he believes that the Undertaker has left on Twitter, Ross replied, "Not an abundance...
On Monday’s episode of Raw, WWE advertised the 20th Anniversary of Raw episode for January 14, 2013 in Houston, Texas.
Local advertisements that aired during Raw did not mention any special appearances for the milestone show. WWE is currently advertising a tag match of John Cena & Sheamus vs. Big Show & Dolph Ziggler as the top match for the live crowd in attendance.