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Posted by Marc Middleton in WWE News
Friday, January 2nd, 2009

– WWE Diva will be at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center as a part of the 2009 Silicon Valley International Auto Show in San Francisco on Saturday, January 10th from 12pm until 2pm.

– For replays of RAW last week, WWE went out of there to completely change the camera angle for the point of the show in which is on the mic getting ready to introduce his tag team partner as . If you recall, you could see a fan holding up a “Cuck Fena” in the background pretty much the entire time Cena was talking. At the end of the his spiel, the very same fan held up a “We’ve Cena ‘Nuff” sign as well. Both signs were soon confiscated by security. For replays of last week’s show, WWE was so dead-set on those signs not appearing again, they spliced in a camera angle they almost never use when a wrestler’s in the middle of a match or promo. You can see a screencap of the awkward-looking camera angle they used at the following link.

– ECW Diva Tiffany will be appearing at the 2009 Nashville Boat and Sports Show at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, TN on Saturday, January 10th from 3pm until 5pm.

– DirecTV is offering a Road to pay-per-view package that includes the , and WrestleMania 25 for $119, a savings of $15.

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