List of WWE Raw special episodes
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This is a list of special episodes of the professional wrestling television series WWE Raw. Throughout its broadcast history, the show has aired episodes that have different themes. Some of them are yearly events such as the WWE draft and the Slammy Awards. Others include tributes to various professional wrestlers who have recently died or retired from actively performing.
|Raw's Premiere episode||January 11, 1993||New York City, New York||2.5|
|Raw's New Fall Season||September 7, 1995||Canton, Ohio and Stamford, Connecticut||2.7||1995 fall season premiere that was called "New Fall Season" of Raw; recap of SummerSlam house shows in Canada and Florida and ended with WWE Live Event at MSG/Superstars taping on September 9, 1995 and Raw on September 11, 1995 both at Canton Memorial Civic Center.|
|Halloween Edition of Raw||October 30, 1995||Brandon||2.7||this was a special Halloween themed edition of Raw that saw the tv debut of Goldust and the debut of the Graveyard where The Undertaker and Paul Bearer are billed from this ran from October 30 1995 to March 23, 1996 this show was taped on October 23, 1995|
|Raw Bowl||January 1, 1996||Newark, Delaware||2.6||Super Bowl themed episode, including a "Raw Bowl".|
|Raw Championship Friday||September 6, 1996||Wheeling, West Virginia||3.4||Friday airing of Raw|
|Royal Rumble Raw||February 3, 1997||Toronto||2.6|
|Thursday Raw Thursday||February 13, 1997||Lowell, Massachusetts||3.3|
|Raw Saturday Night||February 13, 1999||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||5.9||Saturday airing of Raw (due to USA Network's coverage of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show), taped at the SkyDome in Toronto. The main event was a gauntlet match between Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Corporation (leading into his match against Vince McMahon at St. Valentine's Day Massacre the next day). With 41,432 spectators, it had the largest in-person attendance in the program's history.|
|Raw is Owen||May 24, 1999||St. Louis, Missouri||7.2||A special live episode honoring the life and career of Owen Hart, who had died the previous night after a fall accident during the Over the Edge PPV. The episode featured segments with fellow performers paying tribute to Hart, and exhibition matches with no effect on storylines.|
|The Brand Extension Draft||March 25, 2002||University Park, Pennsylvania||5.4|
|Raw Roulette||October 7, 2002||Las Vegas, Nevada||3.8|
|Raw X Anniversary||January 13, 2003||New York City, New York||5.2||A special episode commemorating the program's 10th anniversary, featuring an awards ceremony hosted by Stacy Keibler and Jonathan Coachman at Times Square in New York City. |
|Raw Roulette||November 24, 2003||Salt Lake City, Utah||3.6|
|2004 WWE Draft Lottery||March 22, 2004||Detroit, Michigan||3.7||Involved the rosters of Raw and SmackDown!.|
|Live $250,000 Raw Diva Search Casting Special||July 12, 2004||Manchester, New Hampshire||1.1||A Diva Search casting special with judges Chris Jericho, Edge, Randy Orton and Triple H.|
|Raw 2004–05 Season Premiere||September 20, 2004||Tucson, Arizona||3.7||The 2004–05 season premiere of Raw.|
|Raw Homecoming||October 3, 2005||Dallas, Texas||5.6||First three-hour episode, and its first in its return to USA Network.|
|Eddie Guerrero Tribute Show||November 14, 2005||Minneapolis, Minnesota||5.3||Tribute in memory of Eddie Guerrero, who had died the previous weekend.|
|Tribute to the Troops||December 19, 2005||Bagram, Afghanistan||4.2|
Christmas episode, honoring the United States Armed Forces.
|Raw Family Reunion||October 9, 2006||Columbia, South Carolina||5.0||First Raw special to involve the rosters from all three brands.|
|Tribute to the Troops||December 25, 2006||Baghdad, Iraq||4.1|
Christmas episode, honoring the United States Armed Forces.
|2007 WWE Draft||June 11, 2007||Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania||4.5||Involved the rosters of Raw, SmackDown!, and ECW.|
|Chris Benoit Memorial||June 25, 2007||Corpus Christi, Texas||3.8|
|Raw 15th Anniversary||December 10, 2007||Bridgeport, Connecticut||4.7||Celebrated the show's 15th anniversary.|
|Tribute to the Troops||December 24, 2007||Baghdad, Iraq||4.0|
|Raw Roulette||January 7, 2008||Uncasville, Connecticut||3.2|
|WrestleMania Recap Night||March 10, 2008||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||3.6|
|King of the Ring||April 21, 2008||Greenville, South Carolina||3.0|
|2008 WWE Draft||June 23, 2008||San Antonio, Texas||3.4||Involved the rosters of Raw, SmackDown, and ECW.|
|Raw's 800th Episode Celebration||November 3, 2008||Tampa, Florida||3.4||Celebrated the show's 800th episode.|
|2008 Slammy Awards||December 8, 2008||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||3.2|
|2009 WWE Draft||April 13, 2009||Atlanta, Georgia||3.7||Involved the rosters of Raw, SmackDown, and ECW.|
|The Three-For-All||June 15, 2009||Charlotte, North Carolina||3.6|
|Trump Raw||June 22, 2009||Green Bay, Wisconsin||4.4||The first commercial-free Raw broadcast.|
|A Raw Thanksgiving||November 23, 2009||Hershey, Pennsylvania||3.3|
|2009 Slammy Awards||December 14, 2009||Corpus Christi, Texas||3.3|
|Raw's 17th Birthday||January 11, 2010||Minneapolis, Minnesota||3.7|
Celebrated 17 years of Raw.
|WrestleMania Rewind||March 15, 2010||San Diego, California||3.7|
|Monday Night SmackDown||April 19, 2010||East Rutherford, New Jersey||3.1|
|2010 WWE Draft||April 26, 2010||Richmond, Virginia||3.1|
|Commercial-Free Raw||May 17, 2010||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||3.4|
|Viewer's Choice Raw||June 7, 2010||Miami, Florida||3.1|
|Raw's 900th Episode Celebration||August 30, 2010||Boston, Massachusetts||3.5||Celebrated the show's 900th episode.|
|Raw Roulette||September 13, 2010||Cincinnati, Ohio||3.0|
|Old School Raw||November 15, 2010||Hershey, Pennsylvania||3.05|
|King of the Ring||November 29, 2010||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||3.1|
|2010 Slammy Awards||December 13, 2010||New Orleans, Louisiana||3.06|
|2011 WWE Draft||April 25, 2011||Raleigh, North Carolina||3.4|
|The Rock's Birthday Bash||May 2, 2011||Miami, Florida||3.4|
|WWE All Star Night||June 13, 2011||Uniondale, New York||3.1|
|Power to the People||June 20, 2011||Baltimore, Maryland||3.1|
|Raw Roulette||June 27, 2011||Las Vegas, Nevada||3.1|
|Raw Gets Rocked||November 14, 2011||Boston, Massachusetts||3.2||Three-hour episode with appearances by The Rock and Mick Foley in their first appearance together since 2004.|
|2011 Slammy Awards||December 12, 2011||Norfolk, Virginia||2.8|
|Raw Supershow Extreme||April 23, 2012||Detroit, Michigan||4.39/3.04 share|
|Raw 1000||July 23, 2012||St. Louis, Missouri||6.01/3.84 share|
|Shawn Michaels Appreciation Night||August 6, 2012||San Antonio, Texas||4.7/3.54 share||Special episode for Shawn Michaels|
|2012 Slammy Awards||December 17, 2012||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||4.23/2.89 share||Slammy Award ceremony|
|Raw Christmas Eve||December 24, 2012||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||2.2||On this Christmas Eve episode, Mick Foley, dressed up as Santa Claus, got run over by Alberto Del Rio. Del Rio later faced John Cena in a Miracle on 34th Street Fight (which Cena won), in which Foley interfered.|
|Champions Choice Night||December 31, 2012||Washington, D.C.||3.5|
|Raw 20th Anniversary||January 14, 2013||Houston, Texas||4.55/3.1 share|
|Raw Roulette||January 28, 2013||Las Vegas, Nevada||5.02/3.67 share||Match stipulations were chosen by the spin of a wheel.|
|Old School Raw||March 4, 2013||Buffalo, New York||5.02/3.55 share|
|Bret Hart Appreciation Night||May 27, 2013||Calgary, Alberta, Canada||3.94/1.4 share|
Special episode for Bret Hart, showing highlights of his career as well as other legends paying their respects.
|Raw Country||November 18, 2013||Nashville, Tennessee||3.80/1.4 share|
|2013 Slammy Awards||December 9, 2013||Seattle, Washington||4.15/1.5 share|
Slammy Award ceremony
|Raw Christmas||December 23, 2013||Austin, Texas||5.2|
Live Christmas-themed episode, including a Battle for Christmas, two 6-man tag team matches, and a Christmas Present on a Pole match.
|Old School Raw||January 6, 2014||Baltimore, Maryland||4.54/1.6 share||Appearances by former wrestlers and personalities. |
Jake "The Snake" Roberts made his first appearance since 2005.
|Occupy Raw||March 10, 2014||Memphis, Tennessee||4.73/1.5 share||Special episode of Raw including the Occupy Raw Movement.|
|Raw 1100||June 23, 2014||Washington, D.C||4.03/1.4 share||Celebrated the show's 1,100th episode.|
|Hulk Hogan Birthday Celebration Show||August 11, 2014||Portland, Oregon||4.30/1.5 share||The 61st birthday celebration of Hulk Hogan.|
|WWE Hall of Fame 2014 Forum||August 25, 2014||Anaheim, California||3.98/1.3 share||The first ever WWE Hall of Fame Forum.|
|Raw 2014–15 Season Premiere||September 8, 2014||Baltimore, Maryland||3.98/1.4 share||The 2014–15 season premiere of Raw.|
|2014 Slammy Awards||December 8, 2014||Greensboro, North Carolina||2.66/1.3 share|
|Raw Christmas||December 22, 2014||Minneapolis, Minnesota||3.63/1.3 share||A Christmas-themed episode of Raw. Hulk Hogan (as "Ho Ho Hogan") was the General Manager.|
|New Year's Raw||December 29, 2014||Washington, D.C.||3.61/2.2 share||A New Year's Eve-themed episode of Raw. Edge and Christian served as General Managers. The episode marked the return of The Authority.|
|John Cena Appreciation Night||January 5, 2015||Corpus Christi, Texas||3.67/1.3 share|
|Raw Reunion||January 19, 2015||Dallas, Texas||4.10/1.4 share||A special episode of Raw involving Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, The APA, The New Age Outlaws, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, X-Pac and Sting.|
|Raw Special in Studio Show||January 26, 2015||Stamford, Connecticut||4.42/1.4 share||Due to a major winter storm and travel bans across Connecticut that were occurring at the time, WWE was forced to cancel a SmackDown taping in Boston and reschedule Raw for the ensuing SmackDown on Thursday. The episode comprised interviews of various WWE wrestlers, a weather report from John "Bradshaw" Layfield, plus a re-airing of the WWE Championship triple threat match and the Royal Rumble match from the night before.|
|King of the Ring||April 27, 2015||Green Bay, Wisconsin||3.76/1.2 share||This episode included the first matches of the 2015 King of the Ring tournament. The finals were held the following day live on WWE Network.|
|Raw 2015–16 Season Premiere||September 14, 2015||Memphis, Tennessee||2.42||The 2015–16 season premiere of Raw|
|2015 Slammy Awards||December 21, 2015||Minneapolis, Minnesota||3.50||Slammy Awards ceremony|
|Raw's 23rd Birthday||January 11, 2016||New Orleans, Louisiana||3.3||Raw's 23rd anniversary|
|Thank You, Daniel Bryan!||February 8, 2016||Seattle, Washington||2.65|
|Raw 1200||May 23, 2016||Baltimore, Maryland||1.12||Celebrated the show's 1,200th episode.|
|Raw Halloween||October 31, 2016||Hartford, Connecticut||1.88||Halloween-themed episode of Raw including a Trick or Street fight and several wrestlers wearing costumes throughout the show.|
|2017 Superstar Shake-up||April 10, 2017||Uniondale, New York||3.42||Untraditional draft in which wrestlers are transferred between the Raw and SmackDown brands.|
|Raw Christmas||December 25, 2017||Rosemont, Illinois||0.83||Live Christmas-themed episode of Raw on Christmas Monday.|
|Raw New Year's Day||January 1, 2018||Miami, Florida||1.07||Live episode of Monday Night Raw on New Year's Day.|
|Raw 25 Years||January 22, 2018||Brooklyn, New York |
Manhattan, New York
|4.53||Celebrated the 25th anniversary of Raw; simulcast from the Barclays Center and Manhattan Center.|
|2018 Superstar Shake-up||April 16, 2018||Hartford, Connecticut||3.62||Untraditional draft in which wrestlers are transferred between the Raw and SmackDown brands.|
|Raw 1300||April 23, 2018||St. Louis, Missouri||3.1||Celebrated the 1,300th episode of Raw.|
|Christmas Eve Raw||December 24, 2018||Sacramento, California||1.7||Christmas Eve edition of Raw which aired on Christmas Eve and was taped on December 17, 2018.|
|New Year's Eve Raw||December 31, 2018||Detroit, Michigan||1.9|
Last Raw of 2018 which aired on New Year's Eve and was taped on December 28, 2018.
|Ric Flair Birthday Celebration Show||February 25, 2019||Atlanta, Georgia||2.9|
|2019 Superstar Shake-up||April 15, 2019||Montreal, Quebec, Canada||2.66||Untraditional draft in which wrestlers are transferred between the Raw and SmackDown brands.|
|Raw Reunion||July 22, 2019||Tampa, Florida||3.09||A special episode of Raw featuring WWE Hall of Famers and Legends including John Cena, Rikishi, D-Von Dudley, Hulk Hogan, Jimmy Hart, Booker T, Alicia Fox, Kaitlyn, Torrie Wilson, Santino Marella, The Godfather, The Boogeyman, Pat Patterson, Christian, Lilian Garcia, Eve Torres, Eric Bischoff, Ron Simmons, Gerald Brisco, Kelly Kelly, Kurt Angle, Candice Michelle, Melina, Alundra Blayze, Jonathan Coachman, Rob Van Dam, Sgt Slaughter, The Hurricane, Ric Flair, Ted DiBiase, Jerry Lawler, The Kliq, Road Dogg, Mick Foley, and Stone Cold Steve Austin.|
|King of the Ring||August 19, 2019||Saint Paul, Minnesota||2.53||The episode included the first matches of the 2019 King Of the Ring Tournament & the return of the tournament, which was last held in 2015.|
|Raw's Return to Madison Square Garden||September 9, 2019||New York City, New York||2.13||First televised WWE event from Madison Square Garden in 10 years. Featured a special appearance from Stone Cold Steve Austin.|
|Raw 2018–19 Season Finale||September 23, 2019||San Francisco, California||2.24||Raw presented its season finale before SmackDown Live had its final episode on the USA Network.|
|Raw 2019–20 Season Premiere||September 30, 2019||Phoenix, Arizona||2.56||The 2019–20 season premiere of Raw, which debuted a new theme song ("Legendary" by Skillet)) and a new logo.|
|2019 WWE Draft Night 2||October 14, 2019||Denver, Colorado||2.27||Second night of the annual WWE Draft (the first night of which was the October 11 episode of SmackDown), where wrestlers are drafted between the Raw and SmackDown brands.|
|Edge Appreciation Night||January 27, 2020||San Antonio, Texas||2.40||Edge making his in-ring return on the night before for the first time in 8 years.|
|3:16 Day||March 16, 2020||Orlando, Florida||2.33||A special episode of Raw that took place on March 16, celebrating 3:16 day, featuring an appearance by Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin.|
This episode was originally scheduled to take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but was held behind closed doors at the WWE Performance Center after a slew of sporting-related cancellations that took place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Raw 1400||March 23, 2020||2.0||Marked Raw's 1,400th episode.|
This episode was originally scheduled to take place in Fort Worth, Texas, but was held behind closed doors at the WWE Performance Center after a slew of sporting-related cancellations that took place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Championship Monday||June 22, 2020||1.92||Featured four championship matches throughout the night. The championships which were defended were: The Raw Tag Team Championship, the Raw Women's Championship, the 24/7 Championship, and the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship|
|In Your Face||September 14, 2020||1.69||Featured Asuka (c) vs. Mickie James for the Raw Women's Championship, Drew McIntyre vs. Keith Lee, Seth Rollins vs. Dominik Mysterio in a steel cage match, and a champions vs. champions match between The Street Profits vs. Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro.|
|2020 WWE Draft Night 2||October 12, 2020||1.85||Second night of the annual WWE Draft (the first night of which was the October 9 episode of SmackDown), where wrestlers are drafted between the Raw and SmackDown brands.|
|Raw 2020–21 Season Premiere||October 19, 2020||1.77||The 2020–21 season premiere of Raw.|
|Raw Legends Night||January 4, 2021||St. Petersburg, Florida||2.13||A special episode of Raw featuring WWE Legends and Hall of Famers, as well as the first Raw of 2021. Featured appearances by Hulk Hogan, Theodore Long, Alicia Fox, Mickie James, Sgt. Slaughter, Tatanka, Big Show, Ric Flair, Jimmy Hart, Mark Henry, Mike Rotunda, Molly Holly, Melina, Torrie Wilson, The Boogeyman, Ron Simmons, Booker T, Jeff Jarrett, and Goldberg. Also featured Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Keith Lee for the WWE Championship.|
|2021 WWE Draft Night 2||October 4, 2021||Nashville, Tennessee||1.86||Second night of the annual WWE Draft (the first night of which was the October 1 episode of SmackDown), where wrestlers are drafted between the Raw and SmackDown brands.|
|Raw 2021–22 Season Premiere||October 25, 2021||Houston, Texas||1.65||The 2021–22 season premiere of Raw.|
|Raw 1500||February 21, 2022||Columbia, South Carolina||1.83||Marked the 1,500th episode of Raw. Featured an appearance by Brock Lesnar and the return of Edge.|
|WrestleMania Raw||March 28, 2022||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||1.97||WrestleMania 38-themed episode of Raw, which was also the go-home episode for the show. Featured appearances from RAW and SmackDown rosters including Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns.|
|Randy Orton 20th Anniversary Celebration||April 25, 2022||Knoxville, Tennessee||1.61||Featured a celebration of Randy Orton's 20th anniversary in WWE.|
|John Cena 20th Anniversary Celebration||June 27, 2022||Laredo, Texas||1.95||Featured a celebration of John Cena's 20th anniversary in WWE.|
|Rey Mysterio 20th Anniversary Celebration |
(Raw's Return to Madison Square Garden)
|July 25, 2022||New York City, New York||1.90||Monday Night RAW's return to Madison Square Garden. Featured a celebration of Rey Mysterio's 20th anniversary in WWE. It was also the first Monday Night RAW after Vince McMahon's retirement announcement.|
|Kurt Angle Appreciation Night||August 29, 2022||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||2.11||Kurt Angle's return in his hometown of Pittsburgh. Show also featured an appearance by Edge.|
|Raw 2022–23 Season Premiere||October 10, 2022||Brooklyn, New York||1.82||The 2022–23 season premiere of Raw. Featured an appearance from D-Generation X, who celebrated their 25 Year Anniversary.|
|Raw Halloween||October 31, 2022||Dallas,Texas||Halloween-themed episode of Raw, which featured a Trick or Street Fight.|
|Raw Is XXX||January 23, 2023||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Celebrating 30 Years of Raw from the Wells Fargo Center|
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