Ric Flair proves why he still is the dirtiest player in the game. Meanwhile, Randy Orton makes a surprise return to add more salt to Shawn Michaels' wounds.05/25/2017 - 18:00
See exclusive slow-motion footage from intense Monday Night Raw battle between the teams of Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt & Samoa Joe.05/23/2017 - 17:30
WWE Top 10 takes you back to this week's Monday Night Raw to revisit the show's most thrilling, physical and controversial moments.05/23/2017 - 14:15
Time slows down as Finn Bálor goes to battle against his former "good brother."05/23/2017 - 12:45
Though the Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way Match at Extreme Rules will be every man for himself, Raw's turbulent main event features a tag team showdown between a pair of shaky partnerships.05/23/2017 - 00:00
Following his loss to Kalisto, Titus O'Neil claims Apollo Crews' let down the Titus Brand.05/22/2017 - 23:45
The Wicked Witch of WWE looks to send a painful message to Bayley ahead of their Raw Women's Title Match at Extreme Rules.05/22/2017 - 23:45
Matt Hardy battles The Celtic Warrior for the right to choose the stipulation for their upcoming Raw Tag Team Championship Match at Extreme Rules.05/22/2017 - 23:45
Ahead of his Submission Match at Extreme Rules against WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville, Austin Aries goes head-to-head against Tony Nese.05/22/2017 - 23:30
Vic Joseph gives a special shout-out to his fellow WWE announcers for all their help, as he becomes the newest voice of WWE.05/22/2017 - 22:45
Apollo Crews takes on a high-flying masked adversary with Titus O'Neil keeping close watch.05/22/2017 - 22:45
The Boss will look to take charge of Alicia Fox in an explosive Raw showdown.05/22/2017 - 22:45
In anticipation of the imminent Street Fight on WWE 205 Live, The Brian Kendrick attacks Akira Tozawa and ignites an absolute melee.05/22/2017 - 22:45
It's lights, camera, action as Goldust talks about the flickering light that is his former cohort R-Truth.05/22/2017 - 22:30
The Advocate to Universal Champion Brock Lesnar comes forth to give Bálor the edge in Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way No. 1 Contender's Match at Extreme Rules.05/22/2017 - 22:15
Finn Bálor goes to war against his former friend Karl Anderson.05/22/2017 - 22:00
Elias Samson makes his in-ring Raw debut against the reigning Intercontinental Champion.05/22/2017 - 22:00
There was a special reception before tonight's live Raw in Washington D.C. Numerous American soldiers from the Walter Reed Medical facility, as well as those from the Wounded Warriors program, came to the Verizon Center for refreshments and a chance to meet some of their favorite Superstars.
One of the soldiers on hand was Gunnery Sgt. Marcus Wilson, a 12-year Marine Corps veteran. Wilson, who is a long time WWE fan, has been receiving treatment at Walter Reed after being involved in an IED explosion on Nov. 14.
"There was four of us total in the vehicle; three guys were killed, I was the only one that lived," said Wilson. "My left leg was amputated, my right femur was broken, my right ankle was shattered. I broke my ribs, punctured one lung, broke my back, broke both my arms, messed my left hand up bad, shattered my whole hand, so I've got little metal rods in this hand now," Wilson said holding up his left hand.
Wilson was joined by his son Marcus Jr., also a huge WWE fan, and arrived at the reception in his wheelchair. However, Wilson got out of the wheelchair to pose for pictures with one of his favorite Superstars, Ron Simmons.
"That was a huge moment for me because I've been a fan of his for years," Wilson said with a huge smile. "He was the first African-American WCW World Heavyweight Champion, and I watch for him every week on TV just to say that one word: ‘DAMN!'"
The last time WWE was in town, Wilson was unable to attend because he was still in the hospital. His family, along with his own desire to make it to the show, helped motivate him through his rehabilitation.
However, WWE was just as important to him while serving in the Middle East.
"When WWE went to Afghanistan, I was over there and they were supposed to go to my base, and I missed it," said Wilson. "I was so disappointed! It was so bad that even though I was still in a war zone, I was still trying to catch helicopter flight to go to a different base so I could see them," he continued.
But the soldier also realized the importance, and dangers of WWE Superstars visiting troops stationed across the world.
"I think it's great WWE performs for the troops, even though it's not safe in some areas," Wilson went on. "People see it on TV and think it's safe, and that the WWE Superstars and staff are confined to one area where they can't be touched. It's not safe there. They're putting their lives on the line just to go over there and entertain us. I really respect that."