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Lilian Garcia attends NHL/FHM party

RAW ring announcer Lilian Garcia stepped out on the town Sept. 28 for the NHL/FHM Game On Party in New York City. Along with celebrities, National Hockey League players and invited guests, Garcia celebrated the NHL preview in the latest FHM magazine, which also features WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan's daughter, Brooke, on the magazine cover.

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Questions answered

Prior to RAW's main event Monday night, Jonathan Coachman threw a curve ball at everyone when he introduced his former mentor and former boss, Eric Bischoff. Bischoff answered the question that WWE.com raised when he was spotted wandering around Ford Arena -- "What is he doing here?"

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Significant Diva on Diva action

At Unforgiven, Trish Stratus won her record-setting seventh Women's Championship. It was her last match before retirement, and while it cemented her place in Women's wrestling history, it also left the championship vacant. An 8-Diva tournament began Monday on RAW to crown the next Women's Champion, and the RAW Divas all shared their thoughts on what the revered award means to them.

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Arena Report - Ford Center

RAW will come to you tonight from the Ford Center in Oklahoma City. The event comes just over a year after RAW Superstars' last trip to the Ford Center for Unforgiven 2005.

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RAW Family Reunion

Don't miss RAW's season premiere Monday, Oct. 9, on the USA Network. The special will be three hours long and is being called RAW Family Reunion.

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Bischoff spotted at RAW

Earlier today, former RAW General Manager Eric Bischoff was seen wandering around Ford Arena -- the site of tonight's RAW.

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The Champ visits Tinker Air Force Base

Monday morning, WWE Champion John Cena made a special guest appearance at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City. Cena was greeted by 250 fans and did not leave until he had signed autographs for everyone.

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The show must go on

Thanks to a technical malfunction at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City, Monday's episode of RAW started off in the dark. WWE crews worked quickly to resolve the issue and restore the show to normal working order as quickly as possible.

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SmackDown beatdown

In front of a raucous Oklahoma City crowd (which included University of Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops and country musician Toby Keith), John Cena's night went from bad to worse in a hurry.

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