Two Scripts Written For Tonight's Raw Episode, WWE Signs Fitness Competitor, SummerSlam, Sheamus

Two Scripts Written For Tonight's Raw Episode, WWE Signs Fitness Competitor, SummerSlam, Sheamus Photo: Evan Hoffman

Source: F4WOnline

- WWE's creative department wrote two different scripts for tonight's Raw. According to F4WOnline.com, one script is contingent upon John Cena being medically cleared to compete at Hell In A Cell on Oct. 28 after undergoing surgery on his arm. The other script will be used if he is not able to compete at the pay-per-view event.

- WWE recently signed Alisha Ceraso, a Connecticut-based fitness competitor and model, to a developmental contract.

Ceraso is currently training at the sports-entertainment organization's developmental facility in Tampa, Florida, Diva-Dirt.com reports.

Ceraso, who is in her early 20s, was involved in an automobile accident when she was 16-years-old that left her paralyzed and killed a fellow passenger, her best friend. She revealed in an interview to Status Fitness Magazine, "I broke my jaw, my ribs, and was in intensive care for a few weeks. I had to basically learn how to walk again, since being bedridden for so long."

- WWE has launched a Twitter feed for SummerSlam at twitter.com/SummerSlam. The account will provide details on next year's event.

- According to WrestlingFigs.com, Sheamus will appear at the Colonial Honda 225 State Road North, Dartmouth, Massachusetts on Oct. 23 beginning at noon. Call 508-985-6350 for more information.

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