According to an Apr. 7 report from Fansided, WWE Monday Night Raw returns with a stacked card on Apr. 7 in New Orleans, as Sting is expected to make his long-awaited WWE debut.
Sting, 55, spent most of his storied career with TNA, but he recently signed on to compete under the WWE banner.
Sting is the most popular pro wrestler to have never appeared in the WWE, so it's nice to see him finally fighting for the top wrestling promotion in the world.
The WWE Monday Night Raw following Wrestlemania is usually the craziest of the year, so tonight's episode is one to watch.
WWE Monday Night Raw, which airs live at 8 p.m. on the USA Network, opened with a segment on Daniel Bryan, where WWE head honcho Stephanie McMahon refers to him as a B+ player who is too small to succeed in the promotion.
As WWE Universe knows by now, Bryan defeated Triple H, Batista and Randy Orton at Wrestlemania 30, to become the new world champion.
With that said, tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw will likely feature a healthy dose of Bryan and other WWE superstars such as Cesaro and John Cena.
Following the opening Bryan montage, the hero of the "Yes! Movement" emerged from backstage to a rousing applause from the fans on hand at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans.
Bryan told the crowd it was just over two years ago when he started the "Yes! Movement." He thanked the crowd for their support, and they responded with some "Yes!" chants of their own.
Triple H and McMahon emerged from backstage to confront Bryan after he addressed the crowd, and they were not happy at all. Triple H told Bryan to enjoy his moment because it won't last for long. He also announced that Triple H would be battling Bryan later in the evening at WWE Monday Night Raw.
Over 15,000 fans showed up for WWE Monday Night Raw in New Orleans, just one night after Wrestlemania 30.
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