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Raw’s 1,000th Episode Announced, Signs Confiscated At Raw

— WWE announced the following on Facebook: “It’s official! WWE Raw’s record-breaking 1,000th episode will take place July 23, 2012 on USA Network! RSVP for this historic night on Facebook for future updates!”

— Signs promoting Colt Cabana, Cliff Compton and Cabana’s Art of Wrestling podcast were confiscated by Allstate Arena personnel at Monday’s Raw SuperShow in Chicago, Illinois.

— The pre-sale password for WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view event is WWERULES. The pre-sale kicks off Tuesday morning at 10:00 a.m. at Extreme Rules takes place April 29, 2012 at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois.


  • Kamala’s Foot


    The 20th anniversy would be in 2013. If you can’t do the math, then buy a calculator.

  • Bill

    @shockmasteris#1, I think they’re being sarcastic. Oh well, thanks for supporting my point.

    Oh, & by the way, isn’t next year Raw’s 20th anniversary? I’d celebrate that instead. Enough with the “longest running episodic show in history” garbage. It’s annoying, just like the term “WWE Universe”. We’re fans, not something Vince owns.

  • ShockmasterIs#1

    @Bill. I do see your point but read the other posts noone knows who this guy is and the ones who do wouldve just giggled……… Epic point about Steiner though lol

  • shawn

    ive watched smackdown 4 the longest time. who the hell is scotty goldman?

  • Bill

    Realistically, those signs are advertisements for ROH & such. Yes, it’s kinda lame, but I kinda understand WWE on this one. If someone went to a TNA taping & brought a “We Want Ryder” sign, it probably get taken away…… plus Scott Steiner would yell at them.

  • Ryan

    @K-Dud you remember that jobber from smackdown! Scotty Goldman!

  • SpudimusPrime89


    Can’t tell if serious.

  • K-Dud

    Colt Cabana Who?

  • ShockmasterIs#1

    If the signs don’t contain profanity or the initials TNA or ROH it shouldn’t matter what they advertise. It’s technically the WWE’s choice but that doesn’t make it right