WWE kicked off its 30th anniversary show on “Monday Night Raw” with a message from Hulk Hogan, the “Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart.
Hart took the stage with his famous megaphone and Hogan had a red and yellow boa around his shoulders as he waved to the crowd in Philadelphia.
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Hogan gave a preamble to the show and played with the crowd before The Bloodline stepped into the ring to carry out their trial against Sami Zayn.
“RAW XXX,” as it was dubbed, began the episode with some of the most iconic moments throughout its history, from when it began in 1993 at the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center in New York City to becoming one one of the best episodic television shows in the world.
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Hogan, 69, and Hart, 79, weren’t the only ones taking part in the event, as WWE promised a bunch of current and former stars to appear at the anniversary show.
Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, made his name famous in the professional wrestling industry. He last appeared at a WWE event this past April at WrestleMania 37 on Nights 1 and 2.
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Hart was known to be a manager in WWE. Most notably, he was the manager for Hogan, The Giant, Greg Valentine, Jim Neidhart, and Ted DiBiase, among others. He last appeared in WWE in 2021 during RAW Legends Night.