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Three is a magic number

TAMPA, Fla. - The number three seems to have special significance for Randy Orton; he's a third-generation Superstar, has three reigns as a champion in WWE to his credit, and on Raw, he tried to take out his third legend in three weeks. Fortunately, however, Ric Flair fared slightly better than Orton's previous two targets.

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Championship math

TAMPA, Fla. - One plus one never equals three; that is, unless you're John Cena and your math instructor is a possibly off-the-deep-end Mr. McMahon. Fortunately for the WWE Champion, he solved the Chairman's bizarre equation and prevailed in a Raw Triple Threat Match against The Great Khali and Umaga to retain the WWE Championship. That's right, folks; somehow, The Champ is STILL here.

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High road to the gold?

TAMPA, Fla. - Weeks ago, after a loss to The Hardys at Backlash, Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch seemed to set themselves down the path of righteousness. Unfortunately, our fans found out on Raw that it may have just been a ruse, and when the smoke cleared, Cade & Murdoch abandoned their new attitude and left Tampa as the new World Tag Team Champions.

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Arena Report - St. Pete Times Forum

TAMPA, Fla.- Just 24 hours after the hellacious Extreme Rules pay-per-view, One Night Stand, Raw will continue to blow the roof off the St. Pete Times Forum tonight.

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Crazy like a fox?

Fact is, if you had gold around your waist Monday night, or had golden locks of hair, you were a target for Mr. McMahon, who appeared to be suffering traumatic effects from losing his ECW World Title at One Night Stand.

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