Big Raw Match Set For Tomorrow + Post-Shows Going Back To 30 Minutes


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- Randy Orton vs Dean Ambrose is scheduled for Raw tomorrow night on Knoxville. This should be a good match up for both stars.

- Well if something does not work then go back and fix it. Current plans are for WWE to hold a 30 minute post-show after Payback as opposed to the 60 minute post-show held after Extreme Rules this year.

It makes sense, 30 minutes is much easier than an hour. The Raw pre-show flys by where you get to a point where it is easy to watch it not a chor. Too bad Raw could not be like that.

- Here is your pro wrestling news of the day:

Current WWE Superstar Roman Reigns turns 29 today.

Former NXT Champion Bo Dallas turns 24 today.

3-time WWE/World Champion Alberto Del Rio turns 37 today.

1989: Jushin Liger defeated Hiroshi Hase to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title.

1997: Steve Austin & Shawn Michaels defeated The British Bulldog & Owen Hart to win the WWF Tag Team Titles on Raw.

1999: The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) defeated Kane & X-Pac to win the WWF Tag Team Titles on Raw.

1999: Jeff Jarrett (with Debra) defeated The Godfather to win the WWF Intercontinental Title on Raw.

2002: WWE Confidential airs for the 1st time on Spike TV.

2003: WWA The Reckoning was held at the North Shore Events Center, in Auckland, New Zealand. 3,000 were in attendance to see Jeff Jarrett defeated Sting to unify the NWA World Title & the WWA Heavyweight Title.

2009: WWE Monday Night Raw was held at the Staples Center, in Los Angeles, CA. Raw had to be moved due to the Denver Nuggets had a scheduled NBA playoff game, the WWE was forced out of the venue a week in advance of Raw. This was also the last time MR. Kennedy appeared on WWE TV.

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