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Game on for the Chairman
October 1, 2007
After teaming with Carlito to defeat Triple H in a Handicap Steel Cage Match last week, Mr. McMahon felt a little cocky… maybe a little too cocky. He said he had The Game's number. Next Monday on Raw, our fans will find out whether the Chairman really has game when he takes on The Cerebral Assassin one-on-one. (WATCH)
These two uncontrollable freight trains will bear down on each other, fueled by years of pent up rage and animosity. The match will punctuate several weeks of Triple H serving up just desserts to the Chairman by humiliating him over his illegitimate son, Hornswoggle. Is Triple H's hatred for the Chairman taking him out of his game? Or will he make Mr. McMahon pay for his bravado?
Also in other Raw news, Randy Orton continues to indulge in mind games with John Cena and his family. In an ominous taped message to the WWE Champion, the conniving challenger implored Cena to bring his father to next week's Raw so that Mr. Cena might see a preview of what will happen to his son at their upcoming Last Man Standing Match at No Mercy on Oct. 7. What insidious psychological trap is Orton laying this time?
In tag team action last week, The Highlanders showed that their patience has worn incredibly thin over their lack of championship opportunities. The unpredictable Scottish cousins assailed Paul London & Brian Kendrick just as the duo were positioned to score the pinfall over World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch.
The surprise attack was an effort to torpedo their chances at another title match. Will The Highlanders naked ambition continue to make trouble for London & Kendrick on their quest for the gold? Can the high-flyers handle any other surprises the Scots have hidden up their kilts?
The only way to find out is to tune in to Raw at 9/8CT on USA Network.
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