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Raw Superstar arrive
After a grueling 20-hour trip, the Raw Superstars finally arrived in Cape Town, South Africa, on Tuesday evening. Upon arrival, the members of the Raw roster were met with a very warm welcome from fans screaming for autographs. Among the many swamped by admirers was Jeff Hardy, who made it a point to stay until all autographs were signed. Another crowd favorite was John Cena. The WWE Champion even found himself being hunted by local police looking for photos with the Raw Superstar.
After finally making it to their hotel, many Superstars went straight to their rooms for a little nap, while others were just too excited to sleep. In fact, Beth Phoenix, who has never been outside of North America, was seen eyeing a map of downtown. Hoping to put some more "glam" in the term Glamazon, the Raw Diva said she is looking forward to doing some shopping.
Unfortunately, not everything went well for the Superstars, as many were surprised to learn that their bags have yet to make it to Cape Town. But their keeping an open mind. "As long as I have my ring gear, I'm in good shape," said World Tag Team Champion Lance Cade.