Seven more names advertised for 25th anniversary of WWE Raw
Posted: Jan 10th 2018 By: Dave Meltzer
After several wrestlers were advertised for the event on Monday night, WWE has announced seven more names for Raw's 25th anniversary episode.
A video that aired during SmackDown tonight hyped that "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, The Godfather, Brother Love, The Boogeyman, Teddy Long, John Laurinaitis, and Sgt. Slaughter would be appearing on the anniversary show.
As was previously announced, Steve Austin, Ric Flair, The Undertaker, DX (Triple H & Shawn Michaels), Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler, The Dudley Boys, Scott Hall & Kevin Nash, Nikki & Brie Bella, The New Age Outlaws, and JBL & Ron Simmons will be appearing as well.
The Barclays Center and Manhattan Center are set to host the episode on January 22nd, with matches/angles from both venues set to air on the broadcast. It will be the go-home show for the Royal Rumble, and Brock Lesnar and John Cena are also advertised. In the only match that has been announced so far, Roman Reigns will defend his Intercontinental Championship against The Miz.
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