5 things WWE should avoid doing at Raw Reunion
- WWE needs to avoid mistakes that usually happen in these reunion shows
Next week's Monday Night Raw is going to emanate from Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. It will be a special edition of the red brand, as per a recent WWE announcement.
WWE recently announced that the July 22nd episode of Monday Night Raw will be a big reunion show. The announcement came with a promo video, featuring a string of WWE Hall of Famers and legends of the squared circle.
Although there have been multiple Raw reunions in the past, WWE is dubbing this one as being the biggest in the history of the show. Some of the legends that have been advertised in the video promo are Eric Bischoff, Steve Austin, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Christian, Kurt Angle, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and The Boogeyman.
Let's take a look at 5 things WWE should avoid doing at this nostalgia fest.
#5 Putting out usual stage sets
One of the biggest selling points of these kind of nostalgia shows is the fact that WWE goes out of its way to construct a brand new stage set, that mimics the sets from the past. Longtime fans might remember when WWE used to do old-school Raw special episodes a long while ago. These sets used to include red, white and blue ring ropes, plus the classic Raw entrance set, and a completely different feel to the atmosphere.
A generic weekly Raw stage set won't do this time, and WWE needs to bring back one of the older sets. WWE has brought back the set from the early years of Raw, in past old-school episodes. In this case, the Attitude Era set will do, now that WWE is trying to get rid of the PG direction.