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WWE: Long und Laurinaitis tauschen die Shows

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(28.02.2012) News, written by Vanni

Published on: 28.02.2012, 16:44
Category: News
Source: wwe.com
Topic: Storyline-Pläne
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Die Story um die Alleinherrschaft über die beiden großen Wochenshows der WWE geht weiter. Bereits bei Monday Night RAW wurde eine große Ankündigung des WWE Board of Directors für den heutigen Dienstag beworben, während Teddy Long und John Laurinaitis zum wiederholten Male aneinander gerieten. Nun wurde bekannt gegeben, dass die beiden General Manager in der kommenden Woche die Verantwortung über ihre Shows tauschen werden, Teddy Long wird also am kommenden Montag vor den Kameras die Verantwortung für RAW übernehmen, während Laurinaitis die Kontrolle über SmackDown einnehmen wird. Innerhalb der Storyline sei dies ein Versuch des Board of Directors, um herauszufinden, wer dauerhaft den Posten des General Managers von RAW und SmackDown einnehmen sollte. Eine Entscheidung werde schließlich nach den beiden Shows in der kommenden Woche getroffen.

Insgesamt darf allerdings weiterhin von einem Match bei WrestleMania ausgegangen werden, um die finale Herrschaft über die Wochenshows zu klären. Gerüchtet wurde bereits ein Multi Man Tag Team Match mit Repräsentanten von Laurinaitis und Long, denkbar wäre aber auch ein Singles Match, beispielsweise mit Santino Marella und David Otunga.
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