John Cena forms a superteam with Shawn Michaels, Triple H and Ric Flair to face Randy Orton's squad ahead of WrestleMania XXIV.02/28/2017 - 19:15
Seth Rollins will have a chance to live up to his "Kingslayer" moniker in a Non-Sanctioned Match at WrestleMania, but he'll have to sign a Hold Harmless Agreement first.03/20/2017 - 23:15
Raw Recall for June 15, 2011
SAY WHAT?: CUTTING EDGE COMMENTS
"It's a shame Edge isn't here - he could carry you to the ring. He's been carrying you 17 years. What's one more day?"
World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton, to his Capitol Punishment opponent and recent tormentor, Christian.
OUCH: THE MIZ'S MONEY PIT
The Miz might be forced to forego his precious Moods of Norway tailored suits on his next shopping spree. Not only did the cocky Superstar lose his match to "Rowdy" Roddy Piper - thanks to help from special guest ref Alex Riley - he also lost a $5,000 bet he'd made during Piper's Pit. Fork it over, Kermit!
FOR SHAME: HE'S A BAAAD R-TRUTH
R-Truth must have been winded at the end of Raw. In addition to ambushing John Morrison in the locker room area before their match, the unbalanced brawler ran around pestering audience members during WWE Champion John Cena's main event bout. Truth then distracted The Champ and clobbered him with a water bottle. H2-Oh, no he didn't!
SHOCK: WORLD'S ANGRIEST SPEED BUMP
Running over Big Show with a two-seat sports car is a little like trying to bring down a rhino with a slingshot. It may slow him a bit, but he's bound to charge back twice as hard. Alberto Del Rio found that out when Show made a surprise return, attacking his Capitol Punishment opponent as well as Del Rio's lackey, "Tricky" Ricardo.
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
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