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What Was Cut From This Week’s Edition of Raw on Hulu?

January 29, 2013 | Posted by Larry Csonka

Credit: Kaleb Perkins and: pwinsider.com

– Here are the matches/segments that were cut from this week’s WWE Raw on Hulu:

*The backstage segment with Ryback and Vickie Guerrero, with the wheel stopping on the “Make Me Laugh” stipulation, and then Ryback making his way to the ring.

*The in-ring “Make Me Laugh” segment, hosted by Matt Striker, with the Prime Time Player and Ryback.

*The backstage segment with Vickie spinning the wheel for Wade Barrett, which lands on “Player’s Choice”, meaning Barrett can chose his opponent, which leads into…The Wade Barrett vs. Bo Dallas match.

*The backstage segment with Vickie, Tensai, and Brodus Clay, which originally spun on “Lingerie Pillow Fight”, but Brodus spun Vickie’s wheel, which landed on “Dance Off.”The video package on the Royal Rumble FanFest.

*The backstage segment with Vickie, Brodus Clay, and Tensai. The wheel originally landed on “Lingerie Pillow Fight”, but Brodus spun Vickie’s wheel, which landed on “Dance Off.”The in-ring “Dance Off” segment, hosted by Jerry Lawler, with Tensai and Brodus, with a “DAMN” moment by Ron Simmons.

*The Tamina Snuka vs. Kaitlyn “Las Vegas Showgirl Lumberjill” match.

*The Damien Sandow vs. Sheamus Tables match, which included Sandow spinning the wheel via the WWE app.

*The in-ring “WWE Karaoke” segment, hosted by Jerry Lawler, with Great Khali, Hornswoggle, Natalya, Zack Ryder, and 3MB. The first part of Team Hell No vs. Chris Jericho and Dolph Ziggler “Strange Bedfellows” match.

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