Current WWE Superstars Pay Homage To Past Legends [Photos]

WWE Superstars have been paying homage to some of Raw's biggest past stars and that gave Nattie and Charlotte an idea that reeks of awesomeness.

We are now just days away from what promises to be one of the biggest shows in Raw's history. WWE's flagship show is getting set to celebrate its 25th anniversary and the guest list for the show is as long as your arm. There will be more than 30 Superstars from WWE's past on the show from The Dudley Boyz to Trish Stratus.

One of the most fun things on Monday night's show will be seeing WWE's current stars clash with those from previous eras. Stone Cold will likely dole out a few Stunners, The New Age Outlaws may have a few choice words for The Revival, and perhaps the most exciting prospect will be seeing which women clash and who from the past will stick around for the first ever female Royal Rumble later that week.


Clearly, Charlotte Flair and Natalya couldn't wait until Monday night to pay homage to Christian who will be back for the show, and the SmackDown Live Superstars have dressed up as him and his best friend Edge as a tribute. Flair posted a few photos to her Twitter account of her and Nattie recreating a famous photo from Edge and Christian's past with herself as The Rated R Superstar and Natalya portraying Captain Charisma.


Natalya and Flair aren't the only ones getting into the Raw 25 spirit. Various WWE Superstars have been recreating famous looks and moments from Raw's past including Carmella sporting Chris Jericho's famous top knot. Plus, perhaps most interestingly Lana and Rusev dressing up as The Rock N Sock Connection. It's definitely a collection worth checking out.


The photos are all well and good, but if you want to see real-life crossovers of WWE Superstars from the past and present, then you will need to tune in this Monday night. It is almost guaranteed to be an entertaining and a can't-miss show and hopefully, some more unforgettable Raw moments will be created as the longest episodic show in television history airs from both the Barclays Center and its original home, the Manhattan Center.

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