Last week, Triple H returned to WWE and handed down perhaps the worst beating Brock Lesnar has ever suffered in WWE. What will unfold when The Game comes to Raw in Buffalo, N.Y.?
Also coming to Raw is WWE Champion The Rock. Will he cross paths with his WrestleMania 29 opponent, John Cena?
Where does CM Punk go from here?
For more than a year, CM Punk stood atop the mountain as WWE Champion. He held onto the prestigious title for 434 days, making him the longest-reigning WWE Champion of the last 25 years. (CHARTING PUNK’S REIGN). Last week, Punk lost a WrestleMania No. 1 Contender’s Match to John Cena. With just a month to go, can the former WWE Champion find a way to showcase his talents on The Grandest Stage of Them All?
What will Zeb Colter say next?
Ever since Jack Swagger returned to WWE with Zeb Colter at his side, controversy has surrounded the outspoken duo. Their views even caught the attention of media personality Glenn Beck. But Beck hid from WWE when offered a chance to respond on Raw. What will Colter have to say next?
Will The Shield strike back against The Viper?
Last week, The Shield dismissed the recent efforts of Ryback, Sheamus, Chris Jericho, John Cena and Team Hell No — who had thus far tried and failed to stop their reign of terror. When The Celtic Warrior delivered an open challenge to the men in black, Randy Orton lashed out with an RKO on an unsuspecting Seth Rollins.
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“The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase, Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan will be among the WWE Legends to appear on a special “Old School” edition of Raw, WWE.com has learned.
It remains to be seen what these WWE Hall of Famers will have in store when Raw turns back the clock Monday night, but it’s clear the WWE Universe is in for excitement as ring icons mingle with today’s Superstars on one of the most unpredictable and nostalgia-laden stops on The Road to WrestleMania.
Who else will drop in on the festivities when WWE goes “Old School” on Monday Night Raw? To find out, tune in at 8/7 CT, only on USA Network.
Looking forward to some nostalgic appearances from Flair and DiBiase. PLEASE give us UNDERTAKER this week!
Really looking forward to the staging in particular. The 2010 Old School Raw had a stripped-down look that felt much grittier and immediate - the focus was on the wrestlers themselves instead of the high-production spectacle of LCD screens.
I'm excited. I really enjoyed the 2010 Old School RAW (was it really that long ago!?) and am hoping this one is just as good. With it being during the Road to Wrestlemania, I'm really expecting a great RAW.
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Re: Old School Monday Night Raw Discussion
I'm just surprised that we're getting an old school RAW with Wrestlemania 29 around the corner. It should be a good show, seeing some of the legends that have been announced
I'm also hoping the Undertaker returns tomorrow, and we start the Undertaker/Punk buildup. Punk will cut a promo saying how he was robbed of his chance to face the Rock at Wrestlemania 29 for the WWE Title, and go on about how he was robbed of the WWE Title at the Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber. Lights go out, and Undertaker's music hits. He proceeds to chokeslam Punk, and the match is set for Wrestlemania 29.
I also expect a Rock/Cena confrontation, and hopefully a HHH/Lesnar confrontation.
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