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Primo & Epico crowned WWE Tag Team Champions at WWE Live Event!

At a WWE Live Event at Oakland’s Oracle Center, Primo & Epico defeated Kofi Kingston & Evan Bourne to capture the WWE Tag Team Championship.

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The Day After Raw: What You Thought for Oct. 11, 2011

It's The Day After Raw and the WWE Universe is reeling from multiple returns, including that of CM Punk to the announce table for a (pipe) bomb scare from ringside.

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Superstars pick The Game's successor

If Triple H loses to CM Punk at Night of Champions, he will need to relinquish his position as WWE's Chief Operating Officer. WWE's Superstars and Divas offer their ideas about possible replacements to The Game's throne.

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"Air Boom" Thanks You

The new WWE Tag Team Champions Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston are two of WWE’s most prolific posters on Twitter. So where else would they go to get the new name of their championship team than to their legions of Twitter followers?

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Name the new WWE Tag Champs

On Raw, high-flyers Kofi Kingston & Evan Bourne joined the ranks of WWE’s most elite and dynamic duos by becoming WWE Tag Team Champions. There’s just one problem: What the heck are we going to call them? “Air” Bourne & The Dreadlocked Dynamo empower the WWE Universe to give them a catchy moniker.

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Sin Cara and the WWE Universe get their match

In light of unfortunate technical problems that definitively generated an inaccurate voting result in Evan Bourne's match during Raw: Power to the People, WWE is making it up to you, the WWE Universe, and Sin Cara, the Superstar whom you voted to have compete against Bourne, this Monday night in Sin City.

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Evan Bourne discusses his high-flying WWE return

After being out of action for more than four months, Evan Bourne made his incredible WWE return on the Feb. 28 edition of Raw.

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Raw results: Tweet justice

WWE Champion The Miz's mid-main event use of social media cost Alex Riley his Steel Cage Match to John Cena and his apprenticeship. Still, The Awesome One made an indelible statement to be remembered for ages as he tweeted photos of and attacked his WrestleMania foe.

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