For WWE fans that watched Raw 25 at home last night, it was a good show. Switching between the two venues to see matches and legends in the ring was entertaining to watch and it provided fans with a good nostalgia trip while continuing with today's storylines.
However, for the WWE fans that bought tickets to watch the 25th Anniversary of Monday Night Raw from the Manhattan Center, it was not a good night for them, and they made their feelings known at every opportunity they got.
Although fans at the Manhattan Center were treated to appearances from D-Generation X, Razor Ramon, Jim Ross, Jerry Lawer, and The Undertaker, they were forced to sit and watch the majority of Raw on big screens inside the arena.
Inbetween segments at the Manhattan Center, WWE fans were treated to 205 Live matches as well as the action at the Barclays Center on the big screen. However, some fans were unhappy about this as they had paid up to $800 for a ticket to the show, so it wasn't great value for money.
As you can see in the first video below, fans can be heard chanting 'bulls**t' while a match was going on. The second video shows DX and Balor Club watching the last segment of Raw from the Barclays Center in the middle of the ring in order to encourage fans at the Manhattan Center to stay.
It's not surprising to hear either that fans at the Manhattan Center are demanding refunds for their tickets either as the amount of money which they paid definitely didn't equate to what action was delivered to them.
WWE's Raw 25 show was supposed to be a celebration across two arenas of the 25-year history of the show. Instead, fans at the Manhattan Center got the short end of the straw, and judging by the action they got in the ring on the night and the legends they got to see, you have to agree with them.
While it was an entertaining show for fans that were watching from the Barclays Center and from home, it feels like WWE missed out on putting on a good show to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Monday Night Raw for fans at the Manhattan Center, and hopefully they make up for it through refunds or putting on an incredible Royal Rumble this weekend.
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