- 1 WWF Monday Night Raw
- 2 WWF Raw is War
- 3 WWF/WWE Raw
- 4 Special Logos
WWF Monday Night Raw
WWF Raw is War
At the time of the "Monday Night Wars" with WCW Monday Nitro, Monday Night Raw became "Raw is War".
Following the sale of WCW and 9/11, WWF dropped the "is War" part of the Raw show, making it just "Raw" again. The second hour was renamed the "Raw Zone", as well, to coincide with the dropping of the "War" line. This was dropped because it was the end of the Monday Night Wars and the competition between WCW and WWF was over.
When the roster was split as part of the "brand extension", Raw got a makeover, with a new logo, set, and theme song.
Shortly after the move back to USA Network, Raw got a graphics and sound makeover.
In August 2011, The original brand extension of 2002 ended, and entire WWE roster, consisting of both Raw and SmackDown superstars, would officially merge, in which every superstar was eligible to appear on either show. The 'Raw SuperShow' logo featured elements of SmackDown's logo to emphasise the end of the original brand extension.
This logo was introduced to coincide with Raw's 1000th episode on July 23, 2012.
Same as the last logo, but the then-current logo is replaced with the 2014 one, perhaps the WWE Logo is now at the left of Raw.
On the January 29, 2018 edition of Monday Night Raw, the night after the 2018 Royal Rumble, WWE introduced a refreshed, and more minimal look to the current logo, as well as updating the stage graphics, and on-screen graphics to match.
On the September 23, 2019, edition of RAW, WWE showed a brief look at the new logo and graphics in the form of match cards. This accompanied a new stage set up, which debuted on the season premiere of Monday Night Raw on September 30, 2019.
Raw Reunion logo with picture of returning WWE Legends.
Paramount Network programming
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