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WWE Raw Still Going Strong


									WWE Raw Still Going Strong!
WWE Raw is the major cable TV program run by World Wrestling
Entertainment. The program has now aired on cable television for 15
years, making it one of the longest running cable television programs
today. It's featured some of the biggest and brightest wrestlers who have
become celebrities in their own right. It's featured a battle with the
former World Championship Wrestling on the Turner Network. It's also
featured superstars, divas, stories, crazy matches and great
entertainment for the WWE fans.
WWE Raw began its legacy way back in 1993. It started out as a taped show
from Madison Square Garden each week. It would feature top notch
wrestling superstars including the Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Razor
Ramon, Bret Hart and British Bulldog. The color commentary team calling
the matches featured Jerry "the King" Lawler and the current chairman of
WWE, Vince McMahon. Of course as the show progressed, Vince eventually
entered into the show, its stories and matches more. And as the show
advanced various wrestlers became superstars. The best examples include
the likes of Hunter Hearst Helmsley (Triple H), Rocky "The Rock" Maivia
and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
WWE Raw held its 15 year anniversary show in December of 2007. The show
featured highlights from the past 15 years of Raw, and even had some of
its legendary superstars and divas make appearances. Stone Cold Steve
Austin showed up at the very end of the show in a very fitting segment.
He toasted a beer to chairman Vince McMahon in the ring, then delivered a
"Stone Cold Stunner" on him, dropping Vince to the mat. WWE Raw continues
to hit hard every week. The excitement of Monday Night Raw lives on!
MC is author of WWE Characters the Blog which discusses topics like the
WWE Raw TV show, the wrestling superstars, and the WWE Divas.

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