|By Raj Giri||July 25, 2012 | Comments|
- The New York Times has an article looking at the numbers turned in by RAW this past Monday night at this link. The article noted that RAW finished first among all ratings categories on cable, and beat most of the broadcast networks as well. Only FOX was able to pull in larger audiences with Hell's Kitchen and MasterChef.
- WWE.com has posted portraits of many of the legends that appeared on RAW this past Monday at this link.
- The Canadian Press reports that Chad Stryker, who was a hunting guide for Brock Lesnar, pleaded guilty yesterday and was fined $2,000 for not putting hunting tags on a mule deer shot by Lesnar in 2010. Lesnar pleaded guilty to a similar charge last December and was fined $1,725. Stryker and Lesnar were also charged with only packing the head of the animal and leaving the flesh to rot, but that charge was dropped.
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