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HBK has concussion from Khali encounter

The Great Khali left Shawn Michaels lying unconscious in a heap of microphone cables and table rubble as the Punjabi giant powered past HBK Monday to become the No. 1 contender for the WWE Championship at Judgment Day.

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Arena Report - Bryce Jordan Center, Penn State University

The Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pa., is one of the few places on earth where it is an honor to be called a "Nittwit". That odd nickname is a badge of honor for members of the Penn State cheering section.

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Flair to miss Raw

While Raw is live on the East Coast tonight, one Superstar is stylin' and profilin' 3000 miles away. That man is Ric Flair, who will not be at tonight's Raw at Penn State University, instead making a WWE appearance in Las Vegas. It is just one of many appearances Flair makes annually as a goodwill ambassador for WWE, and today his duties have taken him out of the squared circle and onto the famed Las Vegas Strip.

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Santino's survival

It is hard to believe, but it has been less than a month since Santino Marella transitioned from being a fan to being a full-fledged WWE Superstar and Intercontinental Champion in one night. For the first time since Marella stepped out of the crowd in Milan, Italy, to defeat Umaga and make sports-entertainment history, the underdog stepped back into the ring and retained his gold against Chris Masters.

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Back to school

On Monday night, Raw emanated from the Bryce Jordan Center at Penn State University. For many WWE Superstars, being back on a college campus can conjure up fond memories of their own time spent pursing a higher education.

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Gold digging

University Park, Pa. -- Over the past two weeks, The Great Khali has made it clear that the WWE Championship around John Cena's waist is in his sights. On Raw, Khali sent an emphatic message to The Champ when he knocked Cena down with the title and walked out of the Bryce Jordan Center at Penn State with Cena's championship in his hands.

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