It’s a special day. Some of the most important moments in the history of wrestling have taken place on television. Most modern wrestling promotions are built around television, allowing millions of fans to see what has been going on. Watching those shows has become a weekly tradition for years and now the biggest wrestling show in history is setting up for a major milestone.
According to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, WWE has set plans in motion for the 30th anniversary of Monday Night Raw in January, though there is no word on what those plans might be. When Vince McMahon was still in charge of WWE, there was a possibility of the show taking place at the Manhattan Center in New York City but it is not clear if that plan is still an option. Monday Night Raw debuted on January 11, 1993.
I’m told plans are in motion for the 30th Anniversary of RAW show coming up in January. Prior to the new leadership taking over, having the show from The Manhattan Center again in NYC was on the table. I’m unaware if that’s the case still.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) October 20, 2022
Opinion: Now this could be interesting as WWE is coming up on one of the most important shows it has ever had. That is the kind of thing that you do not get to see every so often and now the question is how WWE is going to celebrate things. McMahon was quite good about major milestone shows and now we get to find out how the new regime is going to handle such a moment.
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