The Phantom Fix: Reality TV Star Tila Tequila Hosting RAW, WWE Updates

The PhantomCorrespondent IApril 5, 2010

HOLLYWOOD - DECEMBER 08:  Tila Tequila attends the Famous Stars and Straps 10th Anniversary and Snoop Dogg's 10th album release 'Malice N Wonderland' party at Vanguard on December 8, 2009 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)
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In a interview done with a Los Angeles radio station, reality TV star Tila Tequila announce that she is working with the WWE to finalize a deal to host RAW in late May. In the interview she made it known that the deal was all but done and joked around a bit saying:

"I don't watch much wrestling, but I like muscular guys in tights."

She is best known as being apart of the MTV series titled a "A Shot of Love", where the show was center around her quest for true love. It was dubbed as the bisexual answer to the Bachelor, since both males and females where competing for her affection.

She also has plans to pursue a music career and maybe using the appearance to boost her mainstream profile.

In other news, according to, Ezekiel Jackson failed to make an appearance at Wrestlemania due to his father passing away. He was given time off to visit family and did not appear in any of the Wrestlemania Axcess venues. Let me take the time and wish Ezekiel Jackson all the best and hope he can overcome the tough loss of losing his father.

On the internet side of things, Dolph Ziggler took a shot at NXT rookie David Otunga on Twitter saying "The one guy is simply here because he dates some chick that’s in magazines, he’s not even in the Divas’s league.”

Its hard to tell whether that is company motivated or true feelings on Ziggler's part, but his rant does bring up a great point. Many feel that the only reason why David Otunga will make it in the WWE, will be because of his wife, Jennifer Hudson's connections to Hollywood's biggest stars.

Last but not least, RAW's TV crew has experience trouble with traveling into Moline, Illinois. It is said that this should only be a minor problem and should not affect the telecast itself.

For more opinions on the guest host concept John Betschel has an great write up on it. There is a link to it below:

The major question I want to ask is, will you watch RAW if Tila Tequila ends up being the guest host?