WWE RAW is live and in living color, for two solid hours at 9:00 PM Eastern Time. A day after No Way Out 2012, featuring John Cena triumphing over the Big Show and the firing of John Laurinaitis, CM Punk and Sheamus keeping their respective main championships, among other matches, we'll continue the road to the 1000th RAW and the three hour RAW broadcasts. What will happen when we watch WWE RAW Live? Below is a preview for the WWE RAW Supershow on June 18th 2012 from Long Island New York
WWE RAW Supershow 6/18/12 Preview
Last night, John Cena managed to avoid being fired yet again, when he defeated the Big Show. This allowed Mr. McMahon to throw down his catch phrase, and tell John Laurinaitis that he is fired.
It is really hard to believe that we would have seen the last of Mr. Laurinaitis, so perhaps the former General Manager of RAW and Smackdown may tend to worm his way back in. Perhaps starting tonight. If anything else, we will have an idea of who might be running the show.
Triple H threw out the challenge to Brock Lesnar for a match at WWE Summerslam. Will there be any word from Lesnar? Triple H will be at WWE RAW from Long Island live on Monday Night. So no doubt he will have even more to say about his upcoming match with Brock Lesnar, at WWE Summerslam 2012.
With the return of Vader last week, will we see any more WWE legends pop up, in the countdown the RAW 1000th Episode in the next couple of weeks? RAW will hold the key to this point.
Plus the special guest star tonight on RAW is Cyndi Lauper, who was no small part of WWE during the days of the Rock N Wrestling Era. WWE RAW for June 18th 2012 is live from Long Island, New York at 9:00 PM Eastern Time. Watch WWE RAW 6/18/12 on the USA Network as the road to Money in the Bank and the 1000th RAW is winding up and ready.