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Carlito facing fight of his life against Lashley

Don't count out Carlito, a former United States and Intercontinental Champion. A resourceful, second-generation Superstar that's grown up around the ring all his life, Carlito told WWE.com he knows various ways to combat that size advantage. In fact, he believes he's the one with the advantage if a showdown with Bobby Lashley should take place.

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Royals continue to build toward Monday's clash

The battle between the kingdoms of Booker and Lawler continues to build, as the duel between the royals on Monday Night Raw is just a day away.

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Coach takes delight in Cena-Orton matchup

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Jonathan Coachman couldn't hide the pleasure he took in seeing Randy Orton -- his handpicked new No. 1 contender to John Cena's WWE Championship -- RKO The Champ at the end of Raw.

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Kennedy still loud and proud amid rocky comeback

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Mr. Kennedy sat motionless, staring straight ahead and seemingly in a trance. His platinum blonde buzzed locks were still drenched in sweat.

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Orton: 'Dusty Was a Steppingstone'

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The Raw locker room appeared deserted late Monday night. A mop sat in gray water in a lemon-yellow bucket. Besides the tick-tock of the clock, only the rolling wheels of the trash bin pushed by a maintenance worker murmured in the hallway. When the maintenance worker made his way into the locker room, he gasped when Randy Orton greeted him with his pearly whites and a box.

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Kennedy goes Green

Mr. Kennedy will bring his loud mouth to the online world tonight on Tom Green Live.

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Success So Sweet for Candy-Coated Champion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- If you think Candice Michelle has been living the high life since winning the Women's Championship, think again.

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King me!: Booker and Lawler will battle in ring

At first, the Arco Arena crowd thought this royal dispute between King Booker and Jerry "The King" Lawler would be settled in a civilized manner. With a kingly feast served in the ring, King Booker again asked the WWE Hall of Fame's king of sports-entertainment to relinquish his title.

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Hardy a thorn in Umaga's paw once again

After Jeff Hardy defeated Mr. Kennedy on a night where the No. 1 Contender for the WWE Championship was set to be named, many in the Arco Arena believed that the rainbow-haired daredevil would be the next in line to challenge John Cena. Hardy, on the other hand, had another target in his sights. One night after falling victim to the Intercontinental Champion's Samoan Spike, Jeff Hardy crossed paths with the Samoan Bulldozer Umaga once again. This time, he came to the ring with a steel chair in hand.

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Tears for the Broken 'Dream'

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- For years, our longtime fans -- and WWE Superstars who grew up watching Dusty Rhodes -- had watched the "American Dream" wear the proverbial "crimson mask" in wars with fellow legends such as Tully Blanchard, Ric Flair and Terry Funk. They watched him bleed buckets in thousands of Cage Matches, Bull Rope Matches, and other brutal encounters.

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