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What WWE is planning for RAW 25

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Next week will be Monday Night RAW's special 25th Anniversary show and the WWE has some huge plans in store for the show.

Big names such as Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kevin Nash, Jim Ross, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and so many more have been announced for the show. It will be a special simulcast event from both the Manhattan Center and the Barclays Center.

Details of the broadcast had not yet been revealed, but a recent report by Wrestling Inc. revealed exactly what WWE has planned as far as production goes for RAW 25.

Although some false reports have surfaced indicating the show could be five hours long, it turns out it will stick to its usual three hour format. One hour of the show will go down from the Manhattan Center and two hours will be from the Barclays Center.

The Manhattan Box Office is advertising that the show will be from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm (EST), meaning the first hour of the show will be aired from there.

While the show is going on in the Manhattan Center fans at the Barclays Center will be getting dark matches.

It's also believed that the legends attending will be at the Manhattan Center while the rest of the main roster will be at the Barclays Center.

Some stars could be making appearances at both arenas, however, as WINC. says "Superstars making double appearances is being prepared and written for”.

Also there will be footage being filmed for a WWE 24 episode on the WWE Network about RAW's 25th Anniversary Show. It will be great material as so many huge names in the industry will be there on the same night.

WWE seems to be putting all of their eggs into one basket when it comes to this show, so fans can expect this to be unlike anything they've ever seen before.

What are your thoughts on WWE's big plans for Monday Night RAW's 25th Anniversary special show? Do you think that the show is going to live up to all the hype being thrown behind it? And who all do you think will show up for the program? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!

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