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– Here is the updated synopsis for WWE’s “Best of RAW and SmackDown 2012” DVD and Blu-ray sets that hit stores on January 29th, 2013:

“For the WWE Universe, there are 5 hours of appointment television every week, as Raw and SmackDown continue to off er the most shocking, surprising, athletic, humorous and dramatic moments on TV. Relive all the best prime time action featuring John Cena, CM Punk, Sheamus, Randy Orton, and all the top Superstars in WWE. This 4DVD set or 3 Disc Bluray will include more than 11 hours of the best of Raw & SmackDown including: Brock Lesnar’s shocking return to WWE, The Rock’s concert as part of the buildup to his match with Cena, the reunion of D-Generation X at Raw 1000, Zack Ryder trying to survive a Falls Count Anywhere Match with Kane, Sheamus vs Randy Orton on SmackDown, Anger Management Class with Daniel Bryan and Kane… and so much more.”

– Tampa Bay Online has a new article up on former WWE Superstar Caylen Croft, who once teamed with Trent Baretta as The Dudebusters. Croft, real name Kris Pavone, now teaches elementary school art for the Hillsborough County School District in Florida. He taught at Lopez Elementary last year and is at Seminole Heights Elementary this year. Here’s a photo and comment from TBO.com:

“Teaching kids is a completely whole new world. I absolutely love it.”

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  • dpaquin

    Upon further research there are no state taxes and bankruptcy laws are “looser” there. Also weather and ease of travel was pointed out too.

  • dpaquin

    I believe I read somewhere that they choose to live there because of taxes. Can’t exactly remember all the benefits though.

  • anghellic1

    Its probably more economical for them to stay than to move somewhere else is my guess..

  • http://facebook.com Ceejay

    Thats pretty random. And why does so many former wrestlers stay in Florida? Do they have special wrestlers benefits or something?

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