In January 2018, WWE will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of their Monday Night RAW show, their flagship show which essentially helped the WWE become the company which it is today.
RAW has had some incredible moments throughout the years, especially during the Attitude Era and their battle for ratings against WCW in the Monday Night Wars, as well in more modern times in the Ruthless Aggression Era and the Reality Era.
WWE will be reflecting on those moments during the 25th anniversary of Monday Night RAW, which will come from Barclays Center and Manhattan Center in New York City on January 22, 2018, according to the company's website.
WWE announced on their website: "Superstars from both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown LIVE will be at Barclays Center, while the event at Manhattan Center, the site of the first episode of Raw, will feature both WWE Superstars competing, plus special appearances by WWE Legends."
When you hear of the WWE legends which will be appearing, you're going to want to make sure January 22 is free on your calendar, as it looks set to be a unmissable show.
WWE confirmed on their website that three legends will definitely be appearing. These are The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, and Kevin Nash, with more set to be announced soon.
The biggest return of these WWE legends has to be The Undertaker, as this would be the first time he has appeared on WWE television since his loss against Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 34, a match where he appeared to retire afterward by placing his iconic hat, coat, and gloves in the middle of the ring before leaving back up the ramp.
Hopefully, this return doesn't mean The Deadman will be taking part in another feud, as what happened in Orlando back in April this year was the perfect send-off for him and his career inside the squared circle.
Shawn Michaels has actively been involved with WWE recently at the Performance Center, and will soon be the special guest referee in an NXT Championship match between Drew McIntyre and Adam Cole on November 17 in San Antonio, one night before NXT TakeOver: WarGames.
Nash, on the other hand, hasn't appeared in WWE since WrestleMania 31 when he alongside Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall as the nWo to help Sting in his match against Triple H, who had D-Generation X in his corner.
The 25th anniversary of Monday Night RAW looks like it's going to be a good one, especially with the return of The Undertaker to our television screens.