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J.R.'s Superstar of the Week

This week's RAW Superstar of the Week is none other than the prodigal Hardy son Jeff who was extremely well received Monday night on RAW. More on the "now you see him, now you don't" Hardy brother after these messages…

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We Have Liftoff - Jeff Hardy returns to RAW

Jeff Hardy returned to the ring Monday night, appearing rested and confident as he high-stepped his way to the ring. However, as Hardy told WWE.com, the anticipation of his big entrance had his emotions on edge.

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Deep-Sixed

Less than 24 hours after retaining the WWE Championship at SummerSlam, Edge took an unexpected dip in the Bridgeport Harbor at the hands of John Cena. On RAW, The Rated R Superstar's pompous celebration was deep-sixed by Cena just minutes after Lita tossed the bejeweled spinner WWE Championship -- custom-made for the former champion -- into the same waters.

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Johnny Nitro to face Kane for Intercontinental Championship

One night after aiding what appeared to be a down-and-out DX to a win over the McMahons at SummerSlam, Kane will be in action with championship gold on his mind tonight on RAW. WWE.com has learned that the Big Red Monster will finally get to challenge Johnny Nitro for the Intercontinental Championship, two weeks after being named No. 1 contender.

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Arena Report - Arena at Harbor Yard

It doesn't seem like eight months, but that's how long it has been since RAW made its last appearance in Bridgeport, CT. It was December 26, 2005 in the Arena at Harbor Yard when Vince McMahon uttered those infamous words, "Don't make me screw you," to Shawn Michaels. The threat has come back to haunt The Chairman in the worst way since the Heartbreak Kid teamed up with Triple H to revive D-Generation X and wreak havoc on WWE.

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Orton and Flair to battle on RAW

Before the confetti was swept off the floor in Boston, WWE.com learned that two of SummerSlam's keynote competitors will be in action in an intriguing Monday Night RAW match-up tonight. After failing to conquer Hulk Hogan -- who easily would have been the greatest legend on his list of legends killed -- Randy Orton will try to reinvigorate his old habits against Ric Flair, who left a punch bowl's worth of blood on the mat during his "I Quit" Match against Mick Foley at The Biggest Party of the Summer.

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What you didn't see on RAW

Before his match with Ric Flair Monday night on RAW, Randy Orton claimed he really beat Hulk Hogan at SummerSlam. Before the commercial break came to an end, Orton claimed he was screwed and that Hogan's victory was a fluke. Take a look at this exclusive WWE.com video now.

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Broken down?

Tonight's RAW from Bridgeport, Conn. may have been the craziest, most unexpected RAW in recent memory. Over the course of a mere two hours, a WWE Championship…and a WWE Champion were thrown into the Long Island Sound, a daredevil returned, a monster was slayed, the Legend Killer's weekend remained "uncool", someone joined an exclusive club, D-Generation X left their mark and perhaps most importantly, the WWE Chairman may have finally been broken down by DX.

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