For the past 25 years, the WWE Universe has made itself an integral and vocal part of the phenomenon known as Monday Night Raw. Count down the 10 loudest crowd reactions in Raw history.01/18/2018 - 12:15
Celebrate as the longest-running weekly episodic television show in history reaches an incredible milestone.01/11/2018 - 11:15
See the opening to the historic Raw 25 telecast, airing on USA Network this Monday night at 8/7 C!01/21/2018 - 18:00
Dr. Phil reaches out to Enzo Amore, Nia Jax and the Superstars of WWE with an offer for her services ahead of the 25th anniversary of Raw, emanating from the Manhattan Center and the Barclays Center on Jan. 22, live on USA Network.01/19/2018 - 21:00
USA Network star Todd Chrisley speaks on the lasting impact Raw has had ahead of the 25th anniversary of Raw, emanating from the Manhattan Center and the Barclays Center on Jan. 22, live on USA Network.01/19/2018 - 21:00
Seth Green speaks on what Raw has meant to him ahead of the 25th anniversary of Raw, emanating from the Manhattan Center and the Barclays Center on Jan. 22, live on USA Network.01/19/2018 - 21:00
In celebration of Raw's 25th Anniversary, The New Day, Charlotte Flair, Natalya, Carmella, Breezango, Rusev, Lana and Zack Ryder mimic the most iconic moments and personas from WWE's most chaotic era.01/17/2018 - 10:45
Go "Across the Nation" with this recreation of Raw's Ruthless Aggression intro with today's Superstars.01/18/2018 - 17:00
Arena Report - Scottrade Center
WWE returns to the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, for the first time since the SmackDown Superstars rocked the house in October 2006. The Raw Superstars are sure rock the 21,000 seat arena that has seen plenty of incredible WWE action.
In 1997, the Scottrade Center (then called the Kiel Center) hosted the first WWE Badd Blood pay-per-view featuring the first-ever Hell in a Cell match. The night was also memorable as it marked the debut of Kane. In 1998, Survivor Series aired from the arena and WWE fans witnessed The Rock beating Mankind in the main event. More recently, in 2001, The Scottrade Center hosted No Mercy.
Selling nearly two million tickets a year, the Scottrade Center (formerly The Kiel Center and the Savvis Center) is home to the NHL's St. Louis Blues as well as St. Louis University's Division I basketball teams. Hosting the likes of The Rolling Stones, KISS, AC/DC and Eric Clapton, the arena is the go-to stop for top acts visiting St. Louis.
For a look inside this historic arena, tune into Raw Monday night at 9/8 CT on USA Network.