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WWE Teasing Divas Special, WWE Lies On "Did You Know?"

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It appears as though that the "all-Divas" episode of ECW is still on.

In a segment taped for WWE Mobile on AT&T subscribers, ECW General Manager Theodore Long told his assistant, Tiffany, to submit a proposal for her idea of an all-Divas episode of ECW. Fellow Divas Alicia Fox, Katie Lea Burchill and Natalya then offered Tiffany plenty of ideas for the episode.

It should be noted that WWE will be taping all of next week's programming at Monday's Supershow at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. However, they will only have one hour to tape matches for SmackDown and ECW before Raw hits the air. It remains unclear if the April 3rd edition of Friday Night SmackDown will feature taped matches interspersed between live footage from the WWE Axxess event in Houston or if Monday's show will be a regular Raw/ECW taping, in which case they'll have enough time to tape ECW.

To add more confusion, the official website of the American Airlines Center has the show listed as "WWE presents SUPERSHOW," but advertised as the "last RAW & ECW before Wrestlemania 25." However, a number of SmackDown stars are advertised for the Raw/ECW taping including Triple H, Undertaker, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, MVP and Umaga.

-- On this week's episodes of ECW and Raw, WWE posted a "Did You Know?" graphic boasting about ECW's 25-week streak of being the highest rated show on the Sci Fi Channel.

Specifically, the graphic read: "Last Tuesday, ECW was the SciFi Channel's most watched telecast for the 25th week in a row."

However, last Friday's airing of Battlestar Galactica (which was the series finale) scored a 1.7 cable rating, above the 1.3 rating last week's edition of ECW drew.

For more information on the rating of the series finale of Battlestar Galactica, visit

This isn't the first time WWE listed an erroneous fact on "Did You Know?" as back in September, they said there were more episodes of Raw than The Simpsons, Seinfeld and ER combined.

-- The WWE website is running a poll for fans to select the Evan Bourne T-shirt they like best. This is Bourne's first WWE-produced shirt.

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