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Hulk Hogan Returning to WWE

Hulk Hogan is returning to WWE — but he won't be in the ring.

The former pro wrestler will host Raw on USA beginning this Monday at 8 p.m., and will also appear on Raw Backstage Pass at 11:05 p.m. ET, ProWrestling.net reports.

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Season 18, Episode 4
The history of Royal Rumble is examined.

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John Cena takes on Big Show in a WrestleMania rewind match.

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Sim Snuka continues on his quest to become a member of “Legacy” as he takes on Charlie Haas.

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The Miz represents WWE at a party for the Television Critics Association.

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Hulk Hogan Returning to WWE

Hulk Hogan is returning to WWE — but he won't be in the ring.

The former pro wrestler will host Raw on USA beginning this Monday at 8 p.m., and will also appear on Raw Backstage Pass at 11:05 p.m. ET, ProWrestling.net reports.

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WWE Commentator Jerry Lawler Suffers Heart Attack During Telecast

Wrestling commentator Jerry "The King" Lawler has been hospitalized after collapsing during a broadcast of Monday Night Raw in Montreal.

According to a statement from World Wrestling Entertainment, Lawler suffered a heart attack during a tag team match between Kane and Daniel Bryan, and The Prime Time Players. read more

WWE Gets Ready to Rumble

The WWE does nothing small. So fans can likely expect one giant card when the wrestling titan stages the 900th episode of its flagship series WWE Raw tonight in Boston. "We usually do something epic, and this certainly is a milestone for us," says wrestling superstar John Cena, who will face off with Sheamus and Randy Orton in a steel cage championship title match.

A member of the WWE since 2002, Cena estimates he's been an active part of the last 200 episodes.... read more

Are Politicians Going Too Far With TV Appearances?

Is it just us, or does anyone else think that the lengths our political figures are willing to go to in order to win some love from the American people is getting to the point of sheer ridiculousness? They've been on late shows, SNL, The Daily Show, Colbert Report, even The View. We get it — you guys (and gal) are hip and cool. But if you happened to be watching TV last night, you may have noticed that all the current heavy hitters were appearing in some really odd places. First, President Bush showed up on the hit game show, Deal or No Deal, delivering a thank you message to a soldier contestant as well as poking fun at his low approval rating: But the icing on the cake had to be when we saw Hillary, Barack and McCain air a message on WWE Raw the night before the Pennsylvania Democratic primary. Their wrestling jokes were so cringe-worthy, we could barely make it through to McCain’s bit: Your take: How do you feel about our politicians making so many TV appearances, namel... read more

Clinton, Obama and McCain Wrestle for WWE Fans' Vote

The rasslin' ring is the latest stump stop. Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton, along with GOP presidential hopeful John McCain, will bring their campaigns to WWE Monday Night Raw tonight (8 pm/ET, USA).Each candidate will address the audience in a taped message. For Clinton and Obama, the hope is that tonight's appearance could lead to a body slam in tomorrow's Pennsylvania primary. — J.R. Whalen read more

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Premiered: October 01, 2005, on USA
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Premise: The stars of World Wrestling Entertainment unleash their mayhem on one of cable television's highest-rated programs. The show debuted in 1993 on the USA Network.

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