At last night's Cyber Sunday pay-per-view, Mickie James won the Divas Halloween costume contest after being voted the winner by the fans. James dressed up as Lara Croft from the Tomb Raider video game series. James won the contest last year as well, dressing up as a Native American, so she's won two years in a row. And quite like last year, Mickie James is currently on the back burner in the storylines in favor of other heavily pushed WWE Divas. Since losing the WWE Women's Championship at SummerSlam, which coincided with the return of Candice Michelle, James has done little of note and is frequently left off of Raw. Considering that James' costume wasn't nearly as revealing or sexy as several of the other Divas such as Candice Michelle, Kelly Kelly, Maria, or Michelle McCool, and that she's won it two years in a row, this should be a good indication that James is the most popular female on the WWE roster. As if that isn't enough, James won despite being the last Diva of sixteen Divas to display her costume, and she only had approximately 30 minutes to sway viewers as the Undertaker vs. Big Show match was sandwiched in between the two segments. Some of the other Divas such as Candice Michelle and Michelle McCool were shown early during the broadcast and had a huge head start on her as a result. Despite their huge head start - and huge pushes on television - they still could not defeat the often-left-off-of-Raw Mickie James.

MyNetworkTV will be airing a replay of the episode of Magic's Biggest Secrets featuring WWE Divas Maria Kanellis and Eve Torres. The one-hour show goes head-to-head with tonight's Raw at 9:00 p.m.

According to the MySpace page of Raw ring announcer Lilian Garcia (, she is scheduled to do an autograph signing at Sideline Sports Cards located at 128 Dolson Avenue, Middletown, New York on Sunday, November 16th from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m.

The ROH message boards have either crashed or been shut down for the time being. I'm sure there are a ton of pissed off fans over there today. Some of those guys are the diehard of diehard wrestling fans and I'm sure they are not happy with the reports that ROH is going to go to a '1970's styles' of wrestling with more storylines. This seems so much similar to TNA being a WRESTLING company back in the day and then going to a more storyline oriented promotion. This always seems to happen to all the smaller companies that focus on the wrestling aspect. I'm really surprised to see it happen to ROH though.

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