-- The PWTorch Newsletter reports that WWE will not be having a celebrity guest host for the three-hour April 26 edition of RAW, which will feature the WWE roster draft. WWE isn't planning to announce a host for the show in order to keep the focus on the draft itself. This will be the first episode of RAW not to feature a guest host since the concept began back in June 2009.

Following the draft and throughout the summer, WWE will likely continue working with movie studios to feature more guest hosts promoting summer movies.

With movie studios trying to market action and comedy movies to the target audience of males 18-49, it's safe to assume the RAW guest-hosting concept will continue for a while.

-- Speaking of RAW guest hosts, there's speculation that "Stone Cold" Steve Austin may get a second shot at hosting the show this summer. A big action movie "The Expendables" hits theatres this summer and features Austin alongside a ton of other action stars, and sources say they wouldn't be surprised if WWE capitalized by bringing back Austin for another night.

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