|By Marc Middleton | December 17, 2012 | Comments|
Source: F4WOnline- Dolph Ziggler is doing several TV and radio appearances in Philadelphia this morning.
- Tonight's WWE RAW takes place from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and will feature the 2012 Slammy Awards, plus the fallout from TLC. Advertised locally is Dolph Ziggler and Big Show vs. John Cena and Sheamus. We are looking for correspondents for tonight's show, so if you are attending it, please contact us by clicking here.
- Sin Cara is reportedly working through a lot of issues with his left knee. He was noticeably banged up at last night's WWE TLC pay-per-view.
- As noted last week, WWE officials had been toying with the idea of turning Alberto Del Rio babyface. The Wrestling Observer reports that the decision was made over the weekend to go ahead and experiment with the turn at TLC. Ricardo Rodriguez will be staying with a babyface Del Rio as officials feel he can be way over with the fans also.
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