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Packers pack in for Raw in Green Bay
GREEN BAY, Wisc. -- On a cool night in Green Bay, Raw was certainly a hot ticket for a few of the Green Bay Packers.
With their home stadium, Lambeau Field, neighboring the Resch Center -- home of Monday's Raw -- a handful of The Pack celebrated Sunday's 16-13 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles by catching sports-entertainment's most talked about Superstars.
"I came to see John Cena; he's the man," said Clark Harris, who plays tight end. "I was thinking he was Mr. McMahon's illegitimate son, but I was obviously wrong."
Will Blackman, a corner back, said he was anxious to see his first WWE live event since moving to Wisconsin. "I've been to several WWE events, but I'll admit that this is my first in a few years," he said.
Fifth season linebacker Tracy White told WWE.com that he had no problem filling his teammate in on what he's missed. "I watch every Monday, Tuesday and Friday night. I'm a huge fan of Mark Henry. I wanted to meet Cena and Triple H, too. I'm just a really big fan of WWE."
Quarterback Paul Thompson also admitted that meeting the World's Strongest Man was impressive. "Man, Mark Henry is a beast," he said. "I'm from the Austin, Texas area so it was good to see and meet him."