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Big Name Confirmed For Tonight's Raw - Major Details

 

Courtesy of WWE.com

Courtesy of WWE.com

Although not confirmed by WWE, last week there was reports that Ric Flair would appear on tonight’s Monday night Raw. Now it is confirmed by the one and only Triple H. He tweeted the following:

 

I am a big fan of the “Nature Boy” and every time he is on WWE TV it is always a good thing. However, putting him in the Evolution – Shield storyline might not be the best thing. He is old, out of shape and not trustworthy on the mic. Huge risk for medium result.

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1985: Tully Blanchard defeated Dusty Rhodes to win the NWA Television Title.

1986: AWA held Rage In A Cage at the Meadowlands Arena, in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Road Warriors defeated Ivan & Nikita Koloff in a Steel Cage Match in the main event.

1990: WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event, “The Tussle In Texas” aired on NBC. The Big Boss Man defeated Akeem via DQ in the main event.

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1997: Owen Hart defeated Rocky Maivia to win the WWF Intercontinental Title on Raw.

2003: Steve Austin announced he was going to retire as an in-ring performer while discussing his new WWE role as Raw General Manager in a WWE.com interview.

2003: Chris Jericho held his 1st ever editor of “The Highlight Reel” with Goldberg.

2008: WWE released Balls Mahoney, David Taylor, & developmental talent Michael Thompson.

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