Who’s Set For Next Week’s RAW?, Axl Rotten ‘Un-Retiring’


Partial Source: Pwinsider

— Axl Rotten has already come out of retirement and has started reaching out to promoters for bookings.

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— Brock Lesnar is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Pro Wrestling Illustrated.

— John Cena’s Steel Cage Match victory over Big Show at No Way Out carried the stipulation that John Laurinaitis would be terminated as WWE Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and RAW and SmackDown General Manager if The World’s Largest Athlete couldn’t pick up the victory. The former ‘Giant’ lost, and Laurinaitis was subsequently fired by Mr. McMahon. He was then given a ‘painful farewell’ by Cena on RAW SuperShow after Big Show and David Otunga both abandoned him in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match. Despite Sunday and Monday’s events, Laurinaitis is advertised for next Monday’s RAW SuperShow at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The official website of the venue announced: “Mr. McMahon fired Raw and SmackDown General Manager John Laurinaitis at No Way Out, but per The WWE Board of Directors, John Laurinaitis must fulfill his contractual obligations and still team with Big Show to battle John Cena in Fort Wayne!” The following stars are also advertised for next week’s WWE Monday Night RAW …. Triple H, Chris Jericho, John Laurinaitis, Eve, John Cena, WWE champion C.M. Punk, World Hvt. champion Sheamus, Big Show, Daniel Bryan, Kane, Alberto Del Rio, Cody Rhodes, WWE tag champions Kofi Kingston & R-Truth, Tensai, U.S. champion Santino, Jack Swagger, Divas champion Layla, Kelly Kelly, and Natalya. As always, “card is subject to change”.

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