Raw was business as usual for WWE, as it continues to shrug off negative press ahead of its forthcoming trip to Saudi Arabia for the Crown Jewel pay-per-view
The Baddest Woman on the Planet goes on a rampage in pursuit of retribution against Nikki & Brie Bella
HBK will compete in WWE for the first time in eight years when he teams with D-Generation X co-founder Triple H to take on The Undertaker & Kane at Crown Jewel
Steve Austin defeats Kurt Angle to win his sixth, and final, WWE Championship
The World Wrestling Federation announces via press release that writers Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara had departed the company for rival WCW.
Before Triple H and The Undertaker’s final clash at WWE Super Show-Down, The Brothers of Destruction dominate The Game and HBK
Stone Cold drives the massive machine to ringside, taking out Mr. McMahon and a few light fixtures along the way.
The Hounds of Justice take on the Acting Raw GM and the dominant Authors of Pain in a wild, six-man main event
After Triple H promised to put him down in Melbourne, Australia, The Deadman reveals he’ll have his Brother of Destruction, Kane, in his corner
Nitro and RAW go head to head for the first time ever, with a surprising result
The Big Dog doesn’t want to wait until stepping into Hell in a Cell, and decides to take issue with The Monster Among Men
After filling in on several occasions, WWE broadcaster Renee Young will assume the full-time role in the chair next to Michael Cole and Corey Graves
Kevin Owens’ return to RAW – after only one week away – frustrated fans hoping for a better payoff, though it’s far from the first time this has happened
While the sisters’ contributions to the “Women’s Evolution” cannot be understated, there’s no need for them to be back in a regular role on RAW right now
Jim Ross tells the WWF Universe that he’s going to bring a couple of WCW defectors back home.