WWE Raw - Presentation - Special Episodes

Special Episodes

Episode Date Rating Notes
WWF Monday Night Raw (Special) January 11, 1993 2.5 Series debut
Raw Bowl January 1, 1996 2.6 Super Bowl-themed episode, featuring a "Raw Bowl"
Raw Championship Friday September 6, 1996 3.4 Friday airing of Raw featuring WWF champions.
Royal Rumble Raw February 3, 1997 2.6 First two-hour Raw broadcast.
Featured clips from the Royal Rumble.
Thursday Raw Thursday February 13, 1997 3.3 A Raw episode airing on a Thursday.
Raw is Owen May 24, 1999 7.2 Tribute in memory of Owen Hart.
'Raw is War' March 26, 2001 4.7 The final night of the Monday Night Wars.
Vince McMahon addressed about the purchase of WCW by the WWF,
which was also broadcast on WCW Monday Nitro.
However, Shane McMahon interrupted his father's address by appearing on Nitro
to say that he purchased WCW.
The Brand Extension Draft March 25, 2002 5.4 Start of the Brand Extension.
Vince McMahon selects the SmackDown roster while Ric Flair selects the Raw roster.
2002 Raw Roulette October 7, 2002 3.8 The 1st edition, introduced by then Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff.
It featured the rosters of Raw and Smackdown.
The stipulations of matches were decided by the spin of a wheel.
Raw X Anniversary January 13, 2003 5.0 Award show that celebrated the show's 10th anniversary.
2003 Raw Roulette November 24, 2003 3.6 The 2nd edition that featured the rosters of Raw and Smackdown.
It featured the first-ever women's Steel Cage Match in WWE history (Lita vs. Victoria).
The stipulations of matches were decided by the spin of a wheel.
The 2004 WWE Draft Lottery March 22, 2004 4.5 The first Draft Lottery that featured a supplemental draft.
Raw Homecoming October 3, 2005 5.3 First three-hour Raw broadcast.
Return to the USA Network.
Eddie Guerrero Tribute Show November 14, 2005 4.9 Tribute in memory of Eddie Guerrero.
Tribute to the Troops December 19, 2005 4.2 Christmas from Afghanistan.
Honored American armed forces.
Raw Family Reunion October 9, 2006 5.0 First Raw special to feature the rosters from all three brands.
Tribute to the Troops December 25, 2006 4.1 Christmas from Baghdad.
Honored American armed forces.
2007 WWE Draft June 11, 2007 4.3 Featured the rosters from all three brands.
Chris Benoit Memorial June 25, 2007 3.8 Memorial to Chris Benoit and his family.
Clip show in international markets.
Raw 15th Anniversary December 10, 2007 4.4 Celebrated the show's 15th anniversary.
Tribute to the Troops December 24, 2007 4.0 Christmas from Iraq.
Honored American armed forces.
2008 Raw Roulette January 7, 2008 3.2 The 3rd edition that featured the rosters of Raw, Smackdown, and ECW.
The stipulations of matches were decided by the spin of a wheel.
King of the Ring (2008) April 21, 2008 3.0 King of the Ring tournament.
Featured the rosters from all three brands.
2008 WWE Draft June 23, 2008 3.4 Featured the rosters from all three brands.
Raw's 800th Episode Celebration November 3, 2008 3.0 Celebrated the show's 800th episode.
2008 Slammy Awards December 8, 2008 3.2 Slammy Award show.
Featured the rosters from all three brands.
2009 WWE Draft April 13, 2009 3.7 Featured the rosters from all three brands.
The Three-For-All June 15, 2009 3.6 Featured the rosters from all three brands.
Three world championships were defended; WWE, ECW, and World Heavyweight. In addition, this broadcast would be the final episode that the ECW brand and members of its roster would be on Raw
Trump Raw June 22, 2009 4.5 The first commercial-free Raw broadcast.
A Raw Thanksgiving November 23, 2009 3.3 Featured the rosters from Raw and SmackDown.
Jesse Ventura guest star.
2009 Slammy Awards December 14, 2009 3.3 Slammy Award show.
Featured the rosters from all three brands.
Dennis Miller guest stars.
Raw's WrestleMania Rewind March 15, 2010 3.7 Featured re-matches from past WrestleMania events.
Stone Cold Steve Austin guest stars.
Monday Night SmackDown April 19, 2010 3.1 Due to air travel disruption after the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption,
most of the Raw roster remained in Europe after a European tour.
As a result, the SmackDown brand was featured in for the week's WWE Raw program.
Will Forte, Kristen Wiig and Ryan Phillippe guest star.
2010 WWE Draft April 26, 2010 3.1 Featured the rosters from Raw and SmackDown.
SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long and John Cena took over authoritative duties.
Commercial-Free Raw May 17, 2010 3.4 The second commercial-free Raw broadcast.
Buzz Aldrin guest stars.
Three-Hour Viewer's Choice Raw June 7, 2010 3.1 Featured the rosters from Raw and SmackDown.
Match selections were voted on WWE.com.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Sharlto Copley guest star.
Debut of the Nexus.
Raw's 900th Episode Celebration August 30, 2010 3.5 Celebrated the show's 900th episode.
2010 Raw Roulette September 13, 2010 3.0 The 4th edition that featured the rosters of Raw and Smackdown.
The stipulations of matches were decided by the spin of a wheel.
NFL Wide receiver Chad Ochocinco guest starred.
WWE Old School November 15, 2010 3.3 Three-Hour edition that featured appearances by former talent and personalities. Everything in the show was also supposed to temporarily revert to the 1993 RAW format; however while some items from 1993 were used (such as the ring and the theme music), it used the 1980's-era WWF opening as well as the stage set-up from around 1996, making it more of an anachronism-type episode than an actual "old-school" episode.
King of the Ring (2010) November 29, 2010 3.1 Three-Hour King of the Ring tournament.
Featured talent from both Raw and SmackDown.
Miss USA Rima Fakih guest stars.
2010 Slammy Awards December 13, 2010 3.1 Slammy Award show.
Featured the rosters from Raw and SmackDown.
2011 WWE Draft April 25, 2011 3.6 Featured the rosters from Raw and SmackDown.
The Rock's Birthday Bash May 2, 2011 3.3 Birthday celebration for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in his hometown of Miami, FL
Mýa and Pitbull guest star.
WWE All Star Night June 13, 2011 3.5 Three-Hour edition that featured talent from Raw and SmackDown.
WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin served as special guest Raw General Manager.
The episode's alternative title was Stone Cold Raw.
Power to the People June 20, 2011 3.2 Three-Hour edition that featured the rosters from Raw and SmackDown.
Match selections were voted via mobile phone.
2011 Raw Roulette June 27, 2011 3.1 The 5th edition that featured the rosters from Raw and Smackdown.
The stipulations of matches were decided by the spin of a wheel.
WWE Hall of Famer "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels guest stars.
CM Punk also made his famous "pipebomb" shoot speech at the end of the show.
Raw Gets Rocked November 14, 2011 3.0 Three-Hour edition featuring The Rock and Mick Foley.
2011 Slammy Awards December 12, 2011 2.8 Three-hour Slammy Award ceremony.
Raw 1000 July 23, 2012 3.8 Special episode celebrating the show's 1000th episode.
This episode also starts the permanent 3-hour format, and introduces new logo of Raw.
Held at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri
Charlie Sheen (via Skype) served special guest star and featured special appearances from legends and Hall of Famers

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