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King Booker bent out of shape by Triple H matchup

NEW YORK -- In a lapse of kingly decorum, King Booker and Queen Sharmell stomped through the hallowed halls of Madison Square Garden, cursing the double travesty that happened to his highness on Raw.

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Love, love me don't

NEW YORK -- Santino Marella winced as our fans at Madison Square Garden laughed, and WWE officials tended to him. Both his head and his right arm -- which was in a sling -- were throbbing after Ron Simmons slammed him face-first into the entrance way to the ring. However, the pain Santino felt in his head and arm were nothing compared to his aching heart.

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Paternity loves company

Mr. McMahon's paternity suit continues to unfold like a rowdy episode of Maury. But as he searches for the true identity of his illegitimate child among the WWE Superstars, WWE.com decided to give a glimpse at other powerful luminaries and sports figures who've found themselves embroiled in equally vexing paternity controversies.

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The Champ survives explosive main event

NEW YORK -- For WWE Champion John Cena, the main event on Raw at historic Madison Square Garden was like carrying a lit match through a fireworks factory. Something was likely going to explode in his face.

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In search of the bastard Superstar

NEW YORK -- Mr. McMahon gritted his teeth and closed his eyes. He looked like he wanted to rub his temples and that he desperately needed an aspirin. He wished he was having a prolonged nightmare, but he wasn't. Last week on Raw, the whole world had learned that he had been hit with a paternity suit that alleged he had an illegitimate child. But if the Chairman thought his woes couldn't get any worse, they did tonight on Raw. The "lost" McMahon is allegedly a WWE Superstar.

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Stars in the city

NEW YORK -- Every time WWE invades the hallowed halls of Madison Square Garden, something big happens. It's that fact that has drawn celebrities from far and wide for Monday Night Raw tonight, as it emanates live from New York City.

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Rhodes keeps on rolling

Cody Rhodes continued to impress our fans and to make legendary papa proud in his Madison Square Garden debut Monday night on Raw. Competing in his first match ever at The Garden, where his father Dusty Rhodes had many classic battles, Cody took down one-half of The Self-Proclaimed World's Greatest Tag Team, Charlie Haas.

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Champ cornered?

NEW YORK -- WWE Champion John Cena will be surrounded by thousands of our fans -- some of whom will be cheering his name and holding signs of devotion for The Champ -- during his tag team match with his unlikely partner Umaga against Randy Orton & Carlito this Monday when Raw returns to New York City's Madison Square Garden. But he still may be the loneliest man in the building.

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