Big E Langston Debuts In WWE, Ric Flair Returns, More Cameos On RAW

– Among the former WWE stars that made cameos on Monday’s Slammy Awards edition of RAW were the Boogie Man, the New Age Outlaws, Tommy Dreamer, Mene Gene Okerlund, Ricky Steamboat and Ric Flair.

Flair’s return has been long awaited, with the 2-time WWE Hall of Famer presenting John Cena with the Slammy for Superstar of the Year. Cena would go on to present the award back to Flair, who then went on to have physical altercations with CM Punk, Paul Heyman and The Shield. Flair aligned himself with Ryback and Team Hell No, with the 4 men celebrating in the ring after disposing of The Shield. has an exclusive interview up with Ric Flair, who talks about what it was like to be back in a WWE ring once again last night. Flair called WWE the best place and the only place in the world to work. When asked about CM Punk, Flair said despite his retirement from WWE, he could train for 60 days and be ready to fight the WWE Champion.

– Triple H appeared on Monday’s WWE RAW to accept the Slammy Award for Match of the Year for his match against the Undertaker at WrestleMania 28. During his acceptance speech, he said the answer to the million dollar question that everybody wants to know, “You’ve not seen the last of the Undertaker.”

– NXT Champion Big E Langston was the man who debuted at the end of RAW and attacked John Cena. Langston is a former defensive lineman from the University of Iowa and is a former national powerlifting champion. He’s been training with WWE since 2009 and wrestled at a number of SmackDown live events earlier this year. With The Shield recently joining the main roster, Langston was seen as the next developmental star in line ready to get called up.