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Coming into his own

For years, Jonathan Coachman has been a guy that our fans (and many Superstars) love to hate, seen by our fans as anything ranging from a suck-up to a "yes man." But now that he's in charge of Raw, Coachman is looking to change that, and this past Monday night's successful Raw may go a long way in helping him do that.

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Return of the Phoenix

A little more than one year ago Beth Phoenix stepped into the ring for her first singles match on Monday Night Raw. The outcome wasn't at all what she or anyone else could have predicted -- a broken jaw from a concrete-fisted shot to the face from Victoria.

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No bull

LAFAYETTE, La. -- If it's one thing the "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes is adamant about accomplishing in the Texas Bull Rope Match at The Great American Bash, it's to ingrain some respect into Randy Orton, one thrash at a time.

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Preparing to play the Game

The murmurs in the Raw locker room started almost immediately after the Superstars -- and millions of fans worldwide -- heard the familiar gravelly voice and saw the all-too familiar site: Triple H holding his trusty sledgehammer like a holy scepter.

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A matter of respect

LAFAYETTE, La. - The Great American Bash is the event Dusty Rhodes made famous, and the Texas Bullrope Match is "The American Dream's" signature match. On July 22, Dusty will get one more go ‘round when he hooks up with Randy Orton in a Texas Bullrope Match at this year's Bash.

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Lashing out

LAFAYETTE, La. - With WWE Champion John Cena not in attendance at Raw, Bobby Lashley cleared a hurdle in his path to The Great American Bash by once again getting the best of King Booker and Mr. Kennedy.

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Bulldozed in the Bayou

LAFAYETTE, La. -- Bobby Lashley's quest to become WWE Champion continued on Monday Night Raw when he was supposed to take on King Booker in one-on-one action to kick off the show. After Lashley seized the advantage, Mr. Kennedy attacked and he and Booker led a 2-on-1 assault on Lashley. Executive Assistant Jonathan Coachman then declared that Lashley and a partner of his choosing would take on King Booker & Mr. Kennedy in a tag team encounter.

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The 'common man' is also a family man

For much of his career, Dusty Rhodes was recognized as a "common man." But now, after his son Cody's run-in with Randy Orton on Raw, it appears as though "family man" might be a more accurate moniker. This past Monday night, the WWE Hall of Famer stepped in between his son and the Legend Killer, preventing fists from flying.

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