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The Miz Brags About Rumble, Natalya Remembers Owen, Linda McMahon, Preview for a New Book from WWE, Jericho Comments After Raw, More

January 31, 2012   ·   0 Comments

– The Miz wrote on Twitter that he lasted longer than anyone in the 2012 WWE Royal Rumble and out of over 700 entrances in the history of the Royal Rumble, his performance last night was the 14th longest.

Ricardo Rodriguez wrote the following on why he wasn’t on RAW tonight:

“Mr Del Rio was a bit upset at me being in the Royal Rumble so he said I couldn’t be on RAW tonight.”

– Natalya paid tribute to Owen Hart tonight by posting a photo of him and the following message on Twitter:

“Enjoyed Raw tonight from Kansas City. A great show! But I always remember Kansas City and pay tribute to Owen.”

– Linda McMahon’s Senate campaign revealed in fourth quarter 2011 earnings reports that they raised $326,646. A total of 1,085 individuals contributed to that number and more than 80% of those people were residents of Connecticut. None of the money was contributed by Linda McMahon but how much money donated by families of WWE employees will apparently be revealed in an official FEC filing this week.

– WWE will be releasing a new book called “My Favorite Match” on June 19th of this year, written by Jon Robison. Here’s the official blurb:

“Re-live the most breathtaking, unbelievable wrestling action ever as WWE’s superstars and divas recount their greatest matches of all time—featuring eight pages of full-color photographs.What makes a great match? For some fans, it’s drama and suspense, and for others, it’s tables and chairs. In My Favorite Match, the wrestlers themselves will settle the score, taking readers through some of the most extreme, unbelievable, and memorable matches in sports entertainment history. My Favorite Match is based on exclusive interviews from huge names in the sports entertainment world, including Shawn Michaels, Dusty Rhodes, Mark Henry, Roddy Piper, Rey Mysterio, and many more. Fans will relive the pain, the emotion, and the sheer athleticism through the eyes of the wrestlers who lived to tell about it.”

– After last night’s WWE RAW Supershow, Chris Jericho vs. CM Punk for WrestleMania 28 in Miami looks to be on.

Earlier on Monday, Jericho wrote that he had something to say on RAW and CM Punk commented back.

Jericho wrote the following last night after RAW was over:

“Told u I had something to say…. #raw.”

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