WWE Raw 25th Anniversary: 7 things we want to see

WWE Raw 25th Anniversary: 7 things we want to see

The Manhattan Center audience were forced to sit in their expensive seats and watch much of the show on a screen.

Losing the Intercontinental Championship at Raw 25 may not build Reigns' momentum, but it does take away an obstacle.

It spans many key moments and features a slew of legends, including The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Randy Savage, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena and many more.

Vince McMahon tried to play the old rivalry down, insisting he was now a "senior citizen" - and that his son Shane wasn't, offering him up. And that list includes the likes of Stone Cold and Mick Foley as they were made to answer to the reaper.

Of course, more beers were chucked in to the ring for the six-time world champion to guzzle but he fancied raising a little more hell - hitting another stunner on poor Shane, who had just regained consciousness to share a bev with Austin. The Phenom took to the ring at the Manhattan Center, a building where he wrestled on the very first episode of Raw 25 years ago.

"Stone Cold answered to the reaper".

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Even his own brother, Kane had to answer to the reaper. He then declared that those who have fallen may finally rest in peace.

The ensuing match featured The Miz using his Miztourage consisting of Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel effectively to gain the upper hand against Reigns. The A-Lister is cashing in his rematch clause after dropping the title to The Big Dog back in November.

Both Austin and McMahon were part of one of the most popular and memorable WWE feuds of all time during the late 90s and early 2000s, and they resumed hostilities last night on Raw.

The Undertaker was back in a WWE ring after nearly a year as part of Raw's 25th-anniversary celebrations.

After Lesnar's advocate Paul Heyman said that The Beast was there to fight, a brawl broke out between the three giant rivals.

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