Updated 06:52 PM EST, Fri, Jan 15, 2021

WWE News and Rumors Following 7/29 Monday Night Raw: Hall of Fame Rumors, New PPV Announced, Total Divas Premiers

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Yesterday the WWE showed their previously taped edition of Raw, and those who missed it can find the results here, as well as spoilers for Friday's edition of Smackdown here.

Though the episodes were taped last week (due to the WWE being on an international tour at the moment), there still is some big news and rumors coming from the biggest wrestling company in the world.

One of the biggest stories coming from the WWE is that the new E! Network reality television show starring several WWE Divas, Total Divas, premiered.

The show follows the Bella Twins, Natalya, the Funkadactyls, as well as divas still in development.  In addition, several of the diva's significant others, such as WWE Champion John Cena and his Summerslam opponent Daniel Bryan. The first episode follows the build up to Wrestlemania, and shows an inside look at the event.

Rumors have also surfaced about who the WWE wants to induct into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014, with some pretty big pariahs from the WWE's past coming up as possible inductees.

Lords of Pain is reporting that the big inductee this year will be the group DX, which will pave the way for Chyna to return to WWE after a lengthy absence. The former Ninth Wonder of the World, who famously posed for Playboy, has had a troubled life after leaving the WWE. In addition, The Ultimate Warrior has come up as a possible inductee as well, as he will be appearing in the latest WWE video game and has a better relationship with his former company than he has in the years since they parted ways.

Finally, the WWE has announced that they will hold the first-ever Battleground Pay-Per-View  October 6 in Buffalo, New York. The event will take place between Night of Champions and Hell in a Cell, and looks as though it will not have a special gimmick like other pay-per-views.  Battleground will take the place of Over the Limit, and the WWE is advertising John Cena (who is advertised as the WWE Champion, which may be a spoiler for the outcome of his future title bouts), CM Punk, Rob Van Dam, and Randy Orton.

Look for more WWE news as the week continues and the WWE tours the world.

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