-- As of this writing, Monday's RAW in Buffalo, New York is not a legitimate sellout. We'll see how they do with the walk-up tomorrow.
-- As of Saturday afternoon, WWE Hall of Famer "Stone Cold" Steve Austin was not scheduled for this week's "Old-School" RAW broadcast.
-- Former announcer and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is expected to appear on the show. No word on his role as of this writing.
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-- The Undertaker is heavily rumored to be returning on this week's "Old-School" RAW broadcast. CM Punk vs. The Undertaker at WrestleMania 29 is now confirmed so it's only a matter of time before 'Taker makes his televised return on RAW.
-- The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn (New Age Outlaws) are both rumored for this week's "Old-School" RAW broadcast. The Road Dogg works as a main roster agent/producer while Billy Gunn is a current agent/producer in WWE developmental/NXT.
UPDATE: Triple H just confirmed this by tweeting the following: Can't wait to be on #Raw tomorrow, with @RicFlairNatrBoy, New Age Outlaws..... #OldSchoolRaw
-- Shawn Michaels is expected to appear on the show. No word on Sean "X-Pac" Waltman's status as of this writing.
-- Bret Hart had not been contacted to appear on the show as of earlier this week but those plans can easily change. He has a DVD produced by WWE that comes out this Tuesday so it would make sense for him to appear to promote that ......... or Triple H ... you mad bro?!
-- As noted earlier, WWE has confirmed WWE agent/producer "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase as one of the names added to this Monday's "Old-School" WWE RAW broadcast.
As noted yesterday here on the website, listings on Dish Network and Time Warner Cable are listing Ric Flair, Mean Gene Okerlund, Dusty Rhodes, Jim Ross and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan for Monday's "Old-School" WWE RAW broadcast from Buffalo, NY. WWE has confirmed that Triple H will appear as well. On the flip side, Roddy Piper noted on Twitter that he has not yet been asked by WWE to appear. Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart is also rumored for the show but NOT confirmed. We're hearing conflicting reports regarding him.
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