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Fan mania behind "McMahon's Million Dollar Mania"

WWE's Chairman may not have reason to celebrate at the moment, following Monday's tragic accident which resulted in half the Raw stage toppling onto him and his being carted off to a medical facility. But there's no denying the impact that has been felt worldwide by "McMahon's Million Dollar Mania."

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WWE Mobile on AT&T: Changing gears

This week, Raw held the 2008 Draft on a special history-making three-hour edition of WWE's Monday night show. Many different Superstars changed brands by the will of the automated drafting system following several interpromotional matches. After a double disqualification, each brand received a draft pick, and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross was drafted to join Mick Foley on SmackDown's announce team as Michael Cole would replace him on Raw's team. Todd Grisham caught up with J.R. & Michael Cole after Raw.

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Mr. McMahon injured during Raw

SAN ANTONIO -- Moments after giving away $500,000 in "McMahon's Million Dollar Mania," the WWE Chairman appeared to be severly injured in a bizarre accident when lighting equipment crashed onto the stage and a large electric sign toppled onto him at the AT&T Center.

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Million Dollar Triple Play

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- For the third week in a row, "McMahon's Million Dollar Mania" continued to steamroll across the country. The first winner to get bowled over by Mr. McMahon's generosity was Crystal Vega of the Bronx, N.Y., who offered up the night's password, "Night of Champions," and won $100,000.

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A Draft disaster

SAN ANTONIO - Just days before Night of Champions, seismic shifts took place across the landscape of sports-entertainment, with WWE Champion Triple H being drafted to SmackDown, giving that brand two World Championships, while Raw gained the ECW Champion Kane. Even more shocking was the spontaneous destruction of the Raw stage, which collapsed on top of the Chairman of WWE, Mr. McMahon, in the final moments of the show.

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