For over 19 years, WWE Monday Night Raw has aired nonstop every week in front of millions of fans worldwide, never once missing one of their weekly shows during its impressive, long run.
Countries that have aired RAW include Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the United States. On several occasions, the show was broadcasted from Afghanistan and Iraq during the Christmas holiday shows titled, "Tribute to the Troops."
It is known as the company’s flagship program and has delivered some of the greatest and saddest moments in professional wrestling history.
The shows have bounced between the USA Network and Spike TV over the years, but RAW continues to draw solid ratings and introduce new fans to their product on a regular basis.
So with a show that has done seemingly everything, the upcoming 1,000th episode should have some surprises when it airs July 23.
Here are five bold predictions for what may happen on this milestone episode.