Raw 3 Hr show on 12-10

Millz

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Here is a list of some of the names will be definitely be appearing on Raw for the three hour special...

Eric Bishoff
Hulk Hogan
Stone Cold Steve Austin
Trish Stratus
Lita
Sunny
Mick Foley

Also...

Carlito faces Jeff Hardy in a Ladder Match

There will be a 15 man Battle Royal (There is no word on who will compete in the Battle Royal, but it will involve Superstars who have been on Raw in the last 15 years)

Information all taken from rajah.com

Evolution will also reunite
 

Babe_Ruth

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I am really excited about Raw 15th anniversay show. I believe it's going to be exciting, and filled with action. I'm surprise to see that Sunny will be making an apperance, I am curious on what she's going to do there. I'm really hoping that The Rock shows up, it would just make the show even better.

Santino better be on this show, I was mad that he wasn't on last week.
 

Millz

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Raw ratings came in. 4.1 overall, 4.5 during the 2nd hour, 4.1 during the 3rd and 3 something during the first. That's an impressive rating.
 

Merc

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The only good part was the beginning with Triple H and all the "in the family" jokes. The rest of the show was painful to watch. I mean, come on, Carlito against Hardy in a ladder match? Not only did it have a terrible ending, but they could have picked someone better suited for a match with Hardy. Hell, they could have even thrown Matt Hardy at him for some good entertainment.
 

Millz

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The only good part was the beginning with Triple H and all the "in the family" jokes. The rest of the show was painful to watch. I mean, come on, Carlito against Hardy in a ladder match? Not only did it have a terrible ending, but they could have picked someone better suited for a match with Hardy. Hell, they could have even thrown Matt Hardy at him for some good entertainment.
Really? You didn't like it? I thought that was the most enjoyable Raw I've probably ever seen and I've seen almost every single one since 1997. I thought that ladder match was fine...this isn't a PPV so the match won't get sufficient time. I wish Carlito won, but Hardy is being elevated REALLY high so I understand their thought process.

From Hogan to Austin to the Battle Royal I was marking out like a mad man on Monday.
 

Babe_Ruth

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I loved the 15th anniversary show, from beggining to end. It was great to see all the flashbacks, and see some old faces that I haven't seen a while.

The ladder match was amazing in my opinion, Carlito did a great job, and I believe they should make him more of a star. The end was special in my opinion when Austin called every wrestler to the ring to have a drink. It was awesome.

I personally loved the show, and it was one of the best in a long time. There's not one thing that I didn't like about it.
 

Millz

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I loved the 15th anniversary show, from beggining to end. It was great to see all the flashbacks, and see some old faces that I haven't seen a while.

The ladder match was amazing in my opinion, Carlito did a great job, and I believe they should make him more of a star. The end was special in my opinion when Austin called every wrestler to the ring to have a drink. It was awesome.

I personally loved the show, and it was one of the best in a long time. There's not one thing that I didn't like about it.
Glad to hear you enjoyed it as well. This was the largest overall rating any WWE telecast has received for a three hour show. Obviously back in the Attitude Days they did better than this, but this is a GREAT sign for WWE and they should be proud of themselves.

Carlito was awesome MJ, I agree. He took a couple of nice bumps, his jump and balance on the ladder was impressive and his sunset flip was classic as well. I thought he was gonna win, but Hardy deserves to keep it as well. Although I hope Jeff is elevated even higher than this.

Austin was right on at the end too. The fans are the #1 thing keeping Raw alive.
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More official ratings are in. Great news for WWE and USA.

Source: PWInsider.com

Yesterday we reported that Monday's 3-hour RAW Anniversary special drew a 4.1 overall rating. More information has come in regarding RAW's viewership and it's great news for WWE and the USA network.

- The 4.1 household rating is equivalent to 5.77 million viewers.
- This was the highest rated 3-hour RAW ever in the key demographics and overall viewership.

- RAW XV earned the USA Network its best primetime (8-11pm) Monday night viewership since September 11, 2000. That's for both the P18-49 demographic and overall.

- RAW's viewership on USA is even more impressive when compared to the big networks. The first hour of RAW had more male 18-49 viewers than ABC and FOX. The second hour of RAW outdrew FOX and the CW network among P18-49 and P25-54. The final hour of RAW beat ABC among P18-49 and outdrew all broadcast networks among M18-49.
 
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Vegito728

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I watched most of the show. I thought it was pretty good. Got to see some old faces, some good matches and all the highlight reels they showed were pretty cool and brought back a lot of memories.