WWE’s one of two flagship shows Monday Night RAW celebrates its 30th anniversary next year. The company has a lot of plans for that special day.

The first episode of WWE RAW aired on 11th January 1993 on the USA Network. In the early days, WWE RAW was limited to sixty minutes in length. Later, the show went to a three-hour format from its 1000th episode.

WrestleVotes has reported that WWE has a lot of things in store for the 30th anniversary of Monday Night RAW. They also noted that the Vince McMahon regime was planning to hold the 30th-anniversary show at the Manhattan Center in New York City as held in the early days of WWE RAW.

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.

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

We will update you when we receive more details. Stay tuned with The Spotlight.

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