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WWE 'Monday Night Raw'

'Tables, Ladders & Chairs,' oh my!

'Twas five nights before Christmas,

and all through the house

not a creature was stirring,

because they'd all been laid out by a chair shot.

WWE 'Monday Night Raw'

Seems like Austin has been good all year. Not only is the WWE's flagship show back for the second time in six months, but wrestling fans get Raw's final show before Christ­mas. With the "Tables, Ladders & Chairs" pay-per-view in Houston on Sunday, there are plenty of chances that Monday's triple-threat headliner of Wade Barrett and Randy Orton vs. WWE champion The Miz could change. But whatever happens, like the champ always says, it's bound to be aaaaawesome. Mon., Dec. 20, 7:15pm. Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River, 471-7744. $15-60.

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