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DX marks the spot on RAW
By TIM BAINES - Ottawa Sun


In a couple of short weeks, D-Generation X has broken it down ... and twisted it around.

With hijinks aplenty, RAW has all of a sudden become much less predictable.

Well if you consider green goo and what seemed like human waste falling from the ceiling unpredictable ... as juvenile as it seems, Vince McMahon has finally again found a worthy foil.

I can't imagine DX is a long-term storyline, but I'm having a rollicking good time while it lasts.

- Here are the results from last Sunday's Vengeance pay-per-view: Johnny Nitro won the intercontinental title in a three-way match against Carlito and Shelton Benjamin; Randy Orton beat Kurt Angle; Umaga beat Eugene; Ric Flair beat Mick Foley in a 2-of-3 falls match; Rob Van Dam beat Edge; John Cena beat Sabu in an Extreme Lumberjack match; and DX beat The Spirit Squad.

- Great job by DX, first with their impressions of Vince and Shane McMahon (though it was a bit long-winded) and then for leaving the McMahons wallowing in a pile of poop on RAW.

- It looks like Imposter Kane may be gone ... well, it seems logical after Kane unmasked him, then threw him out the door on RAW. The Imposter was Drew Hankinson, who wrestled as The Freakin Deacon in Deep South Wrestling.

- Edge walked out on RAW, well at least until he returned to cost Cena a title win over RVD.

- Val Venis is back. Hello ladies!

- The RAW Diva Search has announced its eight finalists ... and two of them are Canadians -- Milena Roucka from Vancouver and Maryse Ouellet from New Brunswick. Voting begins on July 10. Get behind our Canadian ladies!

- Batista returns to Smackdown! next week.

- Okay, now we all know that for all his belly thumping, Kamala is no match for the Samoan Bulldozer, Umaga.

- Rage Wrestling Entertainment will have a show on July 8 at the Big Sky Ranch in Kemptville. There will be one-hour shows at 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. Among those on hand: RWE champ Drake Styles, his brother Damian, Misty Haven, MVP Michael Von Payton, Frank the Beast Bradley and Rahim Ali.


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