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WWE News: Freddie Prinze, Jr. Joins Creative Team, SNME Card, More
Posted by Ashish on 07.29.2008



- Believe it or not, WWE has hired actor Freddie Prinze, Jr. (Scooby-Doo, She's All That, I Know What You Did Last Summer) as a new member of the creative team. He was at the RAW/Saturday Night's Main Event taping last night and has attended several WWE events over the past few months including WrestleMania. He has been a big fan for awhile and has also been a "celebrity blogger" on the WWE Fan Nation site. Prinze is married to actress Sarah Michelle Gellar.

- Stephanie and Triple H's new daughter has been named Murphy Claire Levesque.

- Here is the non-spoiler card for WWE Saturday Night's Main Event.

* John Cena, Cryme Tyme, & Batista, vs. JBL, Kane, Ted DiBiase, & Cody Rhodes
* Jeff Hardy vs. Edge
* The Great Khali vs. Jimmy Wang Yang

- The Undertaker will be on the cover of the newest issue of WWE Magazine.

Credit: PWInsider.com





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