What they look like now: 10 stars from the first Monday Night Raw
The 25th anniversary of Raw is shaping up to be a star-studded event.
Emanating live from the Barclays Center and Manhattan Center, the January 22, 2018 episode will feature special appearances from two legendary Superstars who appeared on the first-ever broadcast of Raw on January 11, 1993: Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker.
We've all seen how HBK and 'Taker have evolved over the years, but what about the other personalities who helped kick off WWE’s flagship show?
In this article, we check out how ten stars who appeared on the first episode of Raw are getting on in 2017 – from how they look to what line of work they're in now.
#1 Sean Mooney
Then: Sean Mooney was the very first face we saw on Raw. He was an enthusiastic announcer who spent the entire episode attempting to prevent Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, dressed in various different disguises, from entering the arena, and he would go on to leave WWE just three months later.
Now: Aged 58, Mooney has his own podcast, "Prime Time with Sean Mooney", on the MLW Radio Network. He has also made various one-off appearances for WWE over the years, most recently working alongside Charly Caruso on a new DVD release