'Raw 25': Which WWE Superstars Are Returning? 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, Undertaker and More Names Announced

Grab a beer and give "Stone Cold" Steve Austin a "hell yeah" because WWE's flagship program Monday Night Raw is turning 25.

The USA Network show, which first premiered in January 1993, will mark its 25th year on air Monday with a supersized special featuring some of WWE's biggest stars past and present.

Raw is one of the longest-running shows on television, airing 52 weeks a year. It has broadcast a staggering 1,287 episodes. That's more than Cops, America's Most Wanted, Gunsmoke and The Simpsons.

Helping celebrate Raw's big milestone will be a host of names you might recognize—especially if you grew up in Raw's peak years in the 1990s.

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin, The Undertaker, who appeared in the main event of the very first episode of Raw, and Shawn Michaels and Trish Stratus are just some of the names appearing. Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler, who provided commentary on the show at the height of its popularity, will also return. They will join some of today's big names, including WWE universal champion Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, John Cena and Sasha Banks.

Here's the comprehensive list of the special guest stars from Raws past that have been announced by WWE so far:

  • "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
  • The Undertaker
  • Shawn Michaels
  • Triple H
  • Ric Flair
  • Chris Jericho
  • Trish Stratus
  • Jim Ross
  • Jerry "The King" Lawler
  • Torrie Wilson
  • Scott Hall
  • Kevin Nash
  • The Bella Twins (Brie and Nikki Bella)
  • Eric Bischoff
  • The New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg and Billy Hunn)
  • Christian
  • Jacqueline
  • The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley)
  • John Bradshaw Layfield
  • Maria Kanellis
  • The Brooklyn Brawler
  • The Godfather
  • Kelly Kelly
  • Teddy Long
  • "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
  • Ron Simmons
  • Michelle McCool
  • Brother Love
  • Terri Runnels
  • John Laurinaitis
  • Sgt. Slaughter
  • The Boogeyman

Monday's Raw 25 special will air from two locations: the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and the Manhattan Center, which was host to the first episode of Raw in 1993.

Raw airs Monday at 8 p.m. on USA Network