Christian Confirmed For Raw 25 Anniversary Show

Yet another big name has joined the festivities for Raw's 25th anniversary as Christian will now be appearing on the show.

If you have seen all of the Superstars and legends that are making a comeback for Raw's 25th-anniversary show this coming Monday then you might be wondering how on earth they're all going to find a spot on the show. Although there were rumors that it would be a special bumper five-hour show to celebrate the special night, it has been confirmed that it will remain at its regular three hours.


During that three hours, WWE will need to find time for Stone Cold, the much-anticipated return of The Undertaker, an appearance for The Dudley Boyz, and that really is just the tip of the iceberg. Yes, the show will be taking place across two venues so technically twice as much can happen, but there will still be the same amount of television time.

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Despite the already long list of names, PWInsider announced earlier this week that yet another former Superstar has been confirmed. The latest name added to the guest list is Christian. Despite them having very successful singles careers respectively, it's odd to see Christian's name without Edge's preceding it. Unfortunately, the latter has prior commitments outside of the country so will not be able to make it on Monday.

Although she hasn't been announced, it is highly likely that Beth Phoenix, Edge's wife, will also be present at the anniversary show. Phoenix is currently announcing for WWE as the color commentator for the Mixed Match Challenge and although that takes place live on Tuesday nights, it would feel like a real missed opportunity to not have her appear at Raw 25 the day before.


Christian's addition to the list of legends appearing on Raw's 25th-anniversary show means there are now well over 30 Superstars coming back for the event. As always, WWE wants to make Raw's birthday as big as possible and they have certainly pulled the boat out in order to achieve that. Monday's show will be absolutely unmissable and hopefully one of the biggest in Raw's 25-year history.

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