History Wrestling / WWERaw

20th May '17 12:59:55 PM nombretomado
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It originally aired on the USANetwork, [[ChannelHop switched]] to the National Network (TNN) - now known as Creator/SpikeTV - in 2000, and went back to USA in 2005, with its first night back on the Network dubbed the "WWE Homecoming" (which isn't far off, considering that the 'E has since formed a trusty partnership with USA's parent company, Creator/{{NBC}}[==]Creator/{{Universal}}).

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It originally aired on the USANetwork, Creator/USANetwork, [[ChannelHop switched]] to the National Network (TNN) - now known as Creator/SpikeTV - in 2000, and went back to USA in 2005, with its first night back on the Network dubbed the "WWE Homecoming" (which isn't far off, considering that the 'E has since formed a trusty partnership with USA's parent company, Creator/{{NBC}}[==]Creator/{{Universal}}).
15th May '17 9:47:47 PM SutairuMasuta
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* Wrestling/{{Goldust}}



* [[Wrestling/RonKillings R-Truth]]



* Wrestling/{{Emma}}

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* Wrestling/{{Emma}}Wrestling/{{Emma}} (inactive)



* The Golden Truth (Wrestling/{{Goldust}} and [[Wrestling/RonKillings R-Truth]])
13th May '17 10:44:20 AM tigereye888
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** For obvious reasons, the 2007 [[Wrestling/{{ChrisBenoit}}]] tribute show has not been acknowledged by WWE for ten years now. Notably, it is the only episode of Raw missing from the WWE Network, where an alternate recap show that aired internationally the week of the murders is on there instead.

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** For obvious reasons, the 2007 [[Wrestling/{{ChrisBenoit}}]] [[Wrestling/{{ChrisBenoit}} Chris Benoit]] tribute show has not been acknowledged by WWE for ten years now. Notably, it is the only episode of Raw missing from the WWE Network, where an alternate recap show that aired internationally the week of the murders is on there instead.
13th May '17 10:43:30 AM tigereye888
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** For obvious reasons, the 2007 [[Wrestling/{{ChrisBenoit}}]] tribute show has not been acknowledged by WWE for ten years now. Notably, it is the only episode of Raw missing from the WWE Network, where an alternate recap show that aired internationally the week of the murders is on there instead.
30th Apr '17 6:48:40 PM SutairuMasuta
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* Wrestling/AlexaBliss

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* Wrestling/AlexaBlissWrestling/AlexaBliss (Raw Women's Champion)



* Wrestling/{{Bayley}} (Raw Women's Champion)

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* Wrestling/{{Bayley}} (Raw Women's Champion)Wrestling/{{Bayley}}
30th Apr '17 5:59:15 PM SutairuMasuta
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* Wrestling/ChrisJericho
26th Apr '17 11:38:49 PM SutairuMasuta
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* The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder)

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* The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder)Wilder (inactive))



* Tajiri (inactive)
12th Apr '17 12:26:18 AM MetalShadowX
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* Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}
* Jinder Mahal



* [[Wrestling/KevinSteen Kevin Owens]] (United States Champion)



* [[Wrestling/RusevAndLana Rusev (with Lana)]]
* Wrestling/SamiZayn



* Wrestling/SinCara



* Wrestling/TheUndertaker (also occasionally appears on ''[=SmackDown=] Live'')

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* Wrestling/TheUndertaker (also occasionally appears on ''[=SmackDown=] Live'')



* [[Wrestling/{{Charlotte}} Charlotte Flair]]



* Wrestling/TheNewDay ([[Wrestling/BigELangston Big E]], Wrestling/KofiKingston, and Wrestling/XavierWoods)



* The Shining Stars (Primo and Epico)

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* The Shining Stars (Primo and Epico)
11th Apr '17 4:39:16 PM darkpowrjd
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In reflection of the company's shift into the DarkerAndEdgier Wrestling/AttitudeEra, the show was re-christened ''Raw is War'' - apporpriate, considering the series was at war with ''Nitro''. In a take that that went [[EpicFail horribly, horribly, wrong]] for WCW, the January 4, 1999 episode of ''Nitro'' featured Tony Schiavone spoiling the results of that same night's (pre-taped) episode of ''Raw'' by saying Wrestling/MickFoley (who wrestled for a time in WCW under the name Cactus Jack) would win the WWE Championship, [[SarcasmMode sarcastically following up]] with "That's gonna put some butts in the seats." The jab backfired as over half-million viewers switched the channel to ''Raw'' to see Foley win the title. It also didn't help that ''Nitro'' provided those who stuck by ''Nitro'' with a WCW Championship match that infamously ended in under a minute with the [[FingerpokeOfDoom Fingerpoke of Doom]]. Following that night, people would bring signs to WWE events that read "Foley put my ass in this seat!" This marked the beginning of the tides turning between the two programs, with ''Raw'' starting to beat ''Nitro'' in ratings, and when ''Raw'' permanently switched to a live format starting in September 1999 (thanks to healthy pay-per-view buyrates and what would've been the Tuesday RAW taping day becoming the taping day for the WWE's new show, WWESmackDown), ''Nitro'' had no more spoilers of the competition to fall back on.

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In reflection of the company's shift into the DarkerAndEdgier Wrestling/AttitudeEra, the show was re-christened ''Raw is War'' - apporpriate, considering the series was at war with ''Nitro''. In a take that that went [[EpicFail horribly, horribly, wrong]] for WCW, the January 4, 1999 episode of ''Nitro'' featured Tony Schiavone spoiling the results of that same night's (pre-taped) episode of ''Raw'' by saying Wrestling/MickFoley (who wrestled for a time in WCW under the name Cactus Jack) would win the WWE Championship, [[SarcasmMode sarcastically following up]] with "That's gonna put some butts in the seats." The jab backfired as over half-million viewers switched the channel to ''Raw'' to see Foley win the title. It also didn't help that ''Nitro'' provided those who stuck by ''Nitro'' with a WCW Championship match that infamously ended in under a minute with the [[FingerpokeOfDoom Fingerpoke of Doom]]. Following that night, people would bring signs to WWE events that read "Foley put my ass in this seat!" This marked the beginning of the tides turning between the two programs, with ''Raw'' starting to beat ''Nitro'' in ratings, and when ''Raw'' permanently switched to a live format starting in September 1999 (thanks to healthy pay-per-view buyrates and what would've been the Tuesday RAW taping day becoming the taping day for the WWE's new show, WWESmackDown), ''WWESmackDown''), ''Nitro'' had no more spoilers of the competition to fall back on.
11th Apr '17 4:38:45 PM darkpowrjd
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In reflection of the company's shift into the DarkerAndEdgier Wrestling/AttitudeEra, the show was re-christened ''Raw is War'' - apporpriate, considering the series was at war with ''Nitro''. In a take that that went [[EpicFail horribly, horribly, wrong]] for WCW, the January 4, 1999 episode of ''Nitro'' featured Tony Schiavone spoiling the results of that same night's (pre-taped) episode of ''Raw'' by saying Wrestling/MickFoley (who wrestled for a time in WCW under the name Cactus Jack) would win the WWE Championship, [[SarcasmMode sarcastically following up]] with "That's gonna put some butts in the seats." The jab backfired as over half-million viewers switched the channel to ''Raw'' to see Foley win the title. It also didn't help that ''Nitro'' provided those who stuck by ''Nitro'' with a WCW Championship match that infamously ended in under a minute with the [[FingerpokeOfDoom Fingerpoke of Doom]]. Following that night, people would bring signs to WWE events that read "Foley put my ass in this seat!" This marked the beginning of the tides turning between the two programs, with ''Raw'' starting to beat ''Nitro'' in ratings, and when ''Raw'' permanently switched to a live format starting in September 1999 (thanks to healthy pay-per-view buyrates), ''Nitro'' had no more spoilers of the competition to fall back on.

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In reflection of the company's shift into the DarkerAndEdgier Wrestling/AttitudeEra, the show was re-christened ''Raw is War'' - apporpriate, considering the series was at war with ''Nitro''. In a take that that went [[EpicFail horribly, horribly, wrong]] for WCW, the January 4, 1999 episode of ''Nitro'' featured Tony Schiavone spoiling the results of that same night's (pre-taped) episode of ''Raw'' by saying Wrestling/MickFoley (who wrestled for a time in WCW under the name Cactus Jack) would win the WWE Championship, [[SarcasmMode sarcastically following up]] with "That's gonna put some butts in the seats." The jab backfired as over half-million viewers switched the channel to ''Raw'' to see Foley win the title. It also didn't help that ''Nitro'' provided those who stuck by ''Nitro'' with a WCW Championship match that infamously ended in under a minute with the [[FingerpokeOfDoom Fingerpoke of Doom]]. Following that night, people would bring signs to WWE events that read "Foley put my ass in this seat!" This marked the beginning of the tides turning between the two programs, with ''Raw'' starting to beat ''Nitro'' in ratings, and when ''Raw'' permanently switched to a live format starting in September 1999 (thanks to healthy pay-per-view buyrates), buyrates and what would've been the Tuesday RAW taping day becoming the taping day for the WWE's new show, WWESmackDown), ''Nitro'' had no more spoilers of the competition to fall back on.
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