WWE Top 10 takes you back to this week's Monday Night Raw to revisit the show's most thrilling, physical and controversial moments.03/28/2017 - 15:30
The Celtic Warrior receives medical attention after being wounded during the chaotic brawl on Raw involving the three teams vying for the Raw Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania.03/28/2017 - 00:30
"The Kingslayer" will have a chance to live up to his moniker when he battles The King of Kings in a Non-Sanctioned Match at WrestleMania.03/27/2017 - 22:15
Raw Recall for May 25, 2011
SAY WHAT?: WORKER'S REVOLT
"I am sick of your mind-numbing stupidity. I am sick of your face. I am sick of you, period. You are fired!"
SHOCK: IN NEED OF A TUNE-UP
Alberto Del Rio's personal ring announcer, Ricardo Rodriguez, "accidentally" drove over Big Show's leg in one of his boss' luxury autos. Since the questionable incident, WWE.com has learned that Show will be out of action for weeks, having suffered a crushed knee and internal injuries that require rehab.
OUCH: THE "HIT MAN" COMETH
We're torn. On one hand, props to CM Punk for his ring gear, an homage to recently departed "Macho Man" Randy Savage. On the other hand, Punk's kind of a jerk. Which is why, during his tag match, we were stoked to see special referee Bret Hart clock him in the jaw and lock on a painful Sharpshooter.
HMMM: KHROCODILE TEARS?
Kharma deteriorated from monster to meltdown in the blink of an eye. The braided behemoth had eight Raw Divas quaking at her presence until, inexplicably, she dropped to her knees in the ring and began balling. Does she need a hug? Or is she just playing mind games with the apparent object of her attention, Kelly Kelly?
SLICE OF THE ACTION
Every little detail is magnified under the bright arena lights of Monday Night Raw. Can you identify the Superstar in this week's Raw Slice of the Action? Click below and check the photo gallery to see if you're right.
WWE'S GREATEST MOMENTS
Watch Mr. Perfect in a Parking Lot Brawl, The Great One give a "Rock" concert and Shawn Michaels bid farewell all on the new video series, "WWE's Greatest Moments," powered by Kmart.