Cena Singing After RAW Video, Bischoff/Flair, Dos Caras, Jr. To WWE

? The Reforma newspaper in Mexico reports that Dos Caras, Jr. is 95% sure he will sign with WWE and could start with them in October. Sicodelico, Jr. is also looking over a WWE contract.

? Someone has posted a YouTube.com video of Cena singing Rocky Top after RAW this week at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNPovVzJpTo. I'd view it quickly as I'm sure WWE will have it removed shortly.

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? As noted here on the site yesterday, almost no one within WWE knew who was going to be announced as the new General Manager on Raw last week. This included John Cena and Batista when the announcement was made at the end of the show involving the two in the ring with Mike Adamle. So, the reactions Cena and Batista gave were genuine. Cena in particular was described as being in total awe of the decision. During the day backstage before the taping people were reportedly accusing each other of being the new GM. The decision to put Adamle in the role was obviously a big surprise to everyone.

? Eric Bischoff has posted his latest blog entry on his official website, which you can read at EricBischoff.com in its entirety. Here's what Bischoff said about Ric Flair's departure from WWE this week: But I cant help to wonder about Ric Flair's motivation to leave WWE. In some ways, Ric Flair is in a simalar position to Brett Favre. In May I wrote in my blog "Finally" about how happy I was for Ric, that he could retire on a grand stage like Wrestlemania with the love, support, and respect from the people around him. To have the opportunity to retire in a way that put a proud period at the end of the last sentence of a great book that was Ric's career is rare and should be appreciated. If Ric asked for his release from WWE in order to pursue a career as a public/corporate speaker, I wish him the best. Ric is great in front of a crowd, and if charm and charisma were publicly traded commodities on the New York Stock Exchange, Ric would be a walking Fortune 500 company. But if Ric is being driven by his "sense of self", and is contemplating a return to the ring as a result, I fear, that the special moment that was Ric's retirement and in many respects his legacy, will be diluted forever in the process.

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