So how does that work again? We’re less than two weeks away from the “Monday Night Raw” 25th anniversary show and to put it mildly, WWE is busting out some big guns for this show. The interesting thing though is the show will be running from both the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and the Manhattan Center in Manhattan. This has brought a pretty simple question to fans’ minds: how will this work?
According to Justin LaBar of Wrestlinginc.com, the current plan is to have the show shoot from both venues, with about an hour coming from the Manhattan Center and two hours coming from the Barclays Center, though it won’t be an hour straight from one and two from the other. It is also expected that Undertaker and Shane Michaels will appear at the Manhattan Center but may also appear at the Barclays Center.
Undertaker has been in the Manhattan Center before.
Opinion: The more I hear about this show, the more interested it makes me. If there’s one thing WWE knows how to do well, it’s put on a special show where they look back at their own history. You know they’re going to pull out all the stops on this one and I really wouldn’t want it any other way.
Do you like the idea of broadcasting from two venues? Who are you most interested in seeing on the show? Let us know in the comments below.
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