WWE Raw goes old school on March 4

Wooooo! “Nature Boy” Ric Flair is one of the WWE Hall-of-Famers confirmed to be appearing at tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night Raw as the long-running series goes Old School March 4 at 8pm ET on USA Network.

Along with Ric Flair, “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase, Dusty Rhodes, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, Mae Young, Honky Tonk Man, Sgt. Slaughter, New Age Outlaws and Mean Gene Okerlund are also among the WWE Legends confirmed to appear on the special Old School edition of WWE Raw, according to WWE. No word at this point on what the old timers will be doing, but for fans of a certain age, just seeing these folks in the squared circle again might be enough to set the old nostalgia juices flowing.

The Old School episode of WWE Raw will also feature historic WWE theme music, graphics, entrance ramp, ring posts and colors.

WWE Monday Night Raw is the longest-running, weekly episodic program in U.S. primetime TV history, and is the most-watched, regularly scheduled, year-round program on cable. Tonight’s Old School edition sounds like it should be another ratings success.

The Old School episode of WWE Raw airs March 4 at 8pm ET on USA Network.

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3 Responses to WWE Raw goes old school on March 4

  1. tikka says:

    After what happened to Jerry Lawler, hasn’t WWE learned a lesson? STOP BRINGING BACK THE ELDERLY WRESTLERS! There are 75 people on the roster, but they use the same dozen all the time, then bring back everyone under the sun that no one wants to see anymore. WWE is still making money, but the fans are not happy. BORING!

  2. tikka says:

    After what happened to Jerry Lawler, hasn’t WWE learned a lesson? STOP BRINGING BACK

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