RAW Preview for October 23, 2006


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Countdown to Cyber Sunday
October 23, 2006

The Game killer?
With victories over such top names as Ric Flair and Mick Foley, Randy Orton has more than earned the moniker “Legend Killer.” This Monday night on RAW, one week after falling to Triple H, Orton tries to become the “Game Killer,” as he battles the DX member in one-on-one action. Will Orton finally end The Game? Will Lita, unlike last week, stay out of the action? What role, if any, will Shawn Michaels and Edge play?

K-Fed up
Last Monday night, Kevin Federline a.k.a. K-Fed appeared on Monday Night RAW with his good friends Johnny Nitro and Melina. During his appearance, Federline was involved in a physical confrontation with WWE Champion John Cena which saw the aspiring artist become the recipient of an F-U.

K-Fed was furious with Cena’s actions and the treatment he received during his visit. As a result, he has informed RAW’s Executive Assistant Jonathan Coachman that along with Melina, he will be in Johnny Nitro’s corner for his match this Monday on RAW with Cena.

Semi-Finals begin
Maria defeated Torrie Wilson, Victoria and Candice Michelle in a Second Chance All or Nothing Bra and Panties Match last week on RAW to climb into the last semi final spot in the Women’s Championship tournament. The three Divas that join Maria in the semi finals are Lita, Melina and Mickie James. Which of these four will make it one step closer to claiming the vacant Women’s Title?

Can they steal another win?
Cryme Tyme was victorious in their debut as RAW Superstars when the team of Shad and JTG stole a victory against the World Tag Team Champion Spirit Squad in a non-title match. Will Cryme Tyme’s momentum continue this week on RAW?

Where’s the Spirit?
After yet another loss on RAW, the Spirit Squad showed signs of frustration within the ranks. Can the Squad pull it together and work out the kinks they displayed last week?

We’ll have full coverage of RAW, including any breaking news leading up to or coming out of the show, all day today, so stick around!

Matthew Michaels is editor emeritus of Pulse Wrestling, and has been since the site launched.