Rejoice wrestling fans the world over, for tonight is the massive 25th anniversary of WWE Monday Night Raw and thank you for reading our coverage of said historic show.
It’s going to be almost impossible to list everything going on at tonight’s show but I will give a (fairly) quick rundown of what, and who, to expect. Seeing as this is the anniversary of Raw, WWE and Vince McMahon has pulled all the strings to bring back just about everyone you’ve ever cared about – obviously minus CM Punk, Hulk Hogan, and those who’ve sadly passed away. Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Trish Stratus, The Dudley Boyz, Kelly Kelly, Scott Hall, Chris Jericho, JBL, Torrie Wilson, Miss Jacqueline, and more, all with Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler on the commentary table. This alone, makes this the most exciting Monday Night Raw since the historic episode 2000. Not to mention, this roster of legends makes the three-hour runtime of Raw seem almost too short!
Alas, maybe as much as we would like it to be, tonight’s Raw is not just about the legends. Tonight’s show will feature all of the regular Superstar’s, both from Raw and SmackDown Live. That’s right, Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan will be bringing their WWE Champion AJ Styles, Women’s Champion Charlotte, Tag Champions The Uso’s, as well as The New Day, Natalya and John Cena. So tonight’s show really is as jam-packed full of names and faces as a show could possible be. I really don’t envy the booking team for tonight’s show.
Brock Lesnar will also be on tonight’s Raw, as he responds to Braun Strowman’s insane attack on him two weeks ago. This is Lesnar’s last chance to make a statement against the Monster Among Men, but let’s not forget that Kane will be here to also cause some havoc! Tonight’s show will also feature WWE Intercontinental Champion, Roman Reigns, defend his strap against The Miz. Reigns looks to knock-off Miz one last time and head on to the Royal Rumble, whereas The Miz looks to win the IC title for the eighth time!
So that’s our preview for tonight’s show, which will no doubt be an incredibly fun show because, well because Steve Austin will be there and we could watch him for three hours and nothing else. So remember to download the Ringside Talk app and join the conversation. Enjoy the show!