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A Raw Comeback

The WWE Chairman continues to prove that he listens to our fans. Letters, e-mails and phone calls persuaded Mr. McMahon to bring Raw back to Salt Lake City, and this Monday, Raw returns to the Crossroads of the West after a five-year absence.

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Million Dollar New York Press Conference

The first press conference for McMahon's Million Dollar Mania was held on June 3 in Los Angeles, but now that the sweepstakes is underway, Mr. McMahon and a handful of WWE Superstars are taking the show to the East Coast. On June 12, at noon, the WWE Chairman will hold a special press conference at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City's Times Square.

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WWE Mobile on AT&T: Super Crazy incites wild action

He's Super. He's Crazy. He's Super Crazy. One of WWE's most popular international Superstars almost creates an international incident with this week's WWE Mobile exclusive from Raw. You may have seen him do a lot of wild things in the ring, but that is nothing compared to what he incites outside of the ring. If you want to know about the latest "loco" antic by Super Crazy, you have to watch the video available exclusively through WWE Mobile on AT&T. Don't have Ringside yet? Subscribe or switch today.

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McMahon's Million Dollar Maniacs

For anyone who questioned the veracity of Mr. McMahon giving out $1 million of his own money during McMahon's Million Dollar Mania, the answer came early on Monday Night Raw. The Chairman announced that he would give away $200,000 after the first match of the night. True to his word, just moments after Mr. Kennedy defeated Paul Burchill, Mr. McMahon slid on his glasses and dialed the first lucky winner of the night.

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Cash and Burn

All across the nation, the only thing on the minds of WWE fans is how to get a piece of McMahon's Millions. For WWE Champion Triple H and John Cena though, the number one thing on their minds is championship gold. In just a few short weeks The Game will be defending his title against John Cena at Night of Champions, but on Raw he squared off against Jeff Hardy. Triple H was in the process of getting counted out when Cena pulled The Game off the apron, resulting in a win for Jeff Hardy by count-out.

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