A handful of Hulk Hogan supporter tried to show their loyalty to the legend at Monday Night Raw in Oklahoma City. However, management was not having any of that. They informed the security guards at the arena to confiscate any signs that made reference to Hogan. They did not want to risk the chance of having anything show up on television.
July 27, 2015
In an attempt to put more of the emphasis on the divas and to make it easier to fill in three hour of television each week, WWE has been toying around with the idea of doing more than one segment a week with the divas. Nikki Bella specifically mentioned on the commentating table that there were two divas matches on Monday Night Raw this week.
July 20, 2015
If you're a big fan of professional wrestling and comic book superheroes, then Monday Night Raw was one of the better episodes in a long while. When Stardust was making his entrance, he decided to confront a fan in the audience. That person was actually Stephen Amell, who portrays the Green Arrow on television. He is one of the biggest wrestling fans on the planet and has repeatedly asked WWE for something to do on their shows.
May 26, 2015
It appears that WWE has changed their minds in regards to utilizing Daniel Bryan on television. Initially, he was supposed to make an appearance at Payback, while sticking around for a couple of days to do episodes of Monday Night Raw and Smackdown. However, management has opted to pull him off the road completely, so that the former world heavyweight champion can focus on rehabbing his injuries and making a comeback.
May 15, 2015
Never one to avoid controversy, Vince Russo has drawn the ire of the internet wrestling community yet again. The source of discontent stems from the fact that he took to social media to say that Sami Zayn, who made his debut on Monday Night Raw this week, was not a television star yet. He stated that while the hardcore fans might know of him, the masses just assumed that he was some jobber that was in the ring with John Cena.
May 6, 2015
Vince McMahon is still desperately wanting to boost the number of subscribers for the WWE Network, so he has decided to bring back one of the best gimmicks that his company has ever created. The King of the Ring tournament is making a comeback, and it is starting on the next episode of Monday Night Raw. The preliminary rounds will be held on television, but the semifinals and finals will be shown on Tuesday on their online video service.
April 27, 2015
Based on their kayfabe article online, WWE has effectively written Paige off of television. The reason for doing this is because she needs to miss some time to film her part in an upcoming movie. There has been no word about how long she is expected to be gone, but the belief is that she will be back in time to work her title match against Nikki Bella at Extreme Rules. She will only miss episodes of Monday Night Raw.
April 14, 2015
There was actually a good amount of discussion throughout the afternoon about whether or not Michael Cole would be doing commentary on Monday Night Raw. Since people backstage were so divided, the decision was made to keep him off of television this week, in order to sell how brutal the beating from Brock Lesnar was. Many in WWE felt that it would be downplaying his impact if Cole were to be able to return to television so soon.
April 6, 2015
One of the ideas being thrown around by the creative department right now is do a story line where Michael Cole threatens to sue Brock Lesnar for the injuries that he suffered on the previous episode of Monday Night Raw. WWE might do a thing where Paul Heyman would beg and plead with Cole to drop the charges. The move would give Heyman something to do on television, and it would continue the story line for Lesnar.
April 6, 2015