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Candidates' campaign on WWE creates media frenzy

The night before the Pennsylvania primary, presidential candidates Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain made a very special appearance on a three-hour edition of Raw tonight on USA Network Monday night. This appearance sent media outlets around the globe - from The New York Times to CNN - into a frenzy.

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Bloody Good Effort

Greensville, S.C. - One man can only take so much. Despite a valiant (and bloody) effort, CM Punk finally succumbed to the relentless punishment foisted upon him during the King of the Ring Tournament.

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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive: WWE's robbin' hoods

During Raw's main event, WWE Champion Randy Orton interfered, but it was JBL who remained standing, as Triple H and Randy Orton were both left lying in the ring. However, the night did not end there as only WWE Mobile on AT&T cameras were there to catch the outcome.

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The reign of Regal begins

GREENVILLE, S.C. -- The 2008 King of the Ring Tournament saw the rise to prominence of William Regal, who used his role as General Manager to set the path to the throne, ultimately defeating CM Punk to take the crown on Raw and become King of all WWE.

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JBL refutes NYU professor's Mamajuana claim

John "Bradshaw" Layfield issued an exclusive response to WWE.com regarding New York University's Director of Sexual Health and Male infertility Dr. Andrew McCullough's comments made in a New York Times Article about his best-selling energy drink, Mamajuana Energy.

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Party Crasher

The night before Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama faced off in the Pennsylvania Democratic primary to determine their party's presidential nominee, the two faced off in the squared circle on Raw only to have Umaga crash the party.

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