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The WWE Raw guest star is a concept which involves a current or former WWE performer, mainstream celebrity or, sports personality making a guest appearance, assuming the on-screen role as a guest star for that particular episode.[1] The guest star also often participates in backstage vignettes with members of the WWE roster.

The concept was introduced on the June 15, 2009 episode of WWE Raw by Donald Trump, who at the time was involved in an angle where he was the owner of the Raw franchise. On June 22, after having regained ownership of Raw, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon announced that Trump's initiative would go into effect on June 29, with the first star being Batista.[2][3] For almost a year, Raw featured a guest star each week except for the week of April 26, 2010 episode, which featured the 2010 WWE Draft. As of June 14, 2010, WWE decided to slowly phase out the guest star concept on Raw, by only scheduling guest stars every other week, with the possibility of having a guest star only when needed.[4]

Guest hosts differ from guest stars in that they have power of a Raw brand General Manager.[1] On May 10, 2010 it was announced that all future guest stars would no longer have that power in a decision made by the Raw general manager Vickie Guerrero who later quit the role that night.[5] The guest host position was renamed to guest star, and the general manager position returned. In November 2014, the guest host position returned after a 3-year hiatus.

Since the WWE Raw guest star concept was established there have been 73 episodes which have featured 92 stars.

Guest host history[edit]

Bob Barker as Raw guest host. His stint earned him the Guest Host of the Year award at the 2009 Slammy Awards .
Host(s) Venue Location Date Ref.
Batista HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose, California June 29, 2009 [2][3]
"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose, California July 6, 2009 [6][7]
Seth Green Amway Arena Orlando, Florida July 13, 2009 [8][9]
ZZ Top (Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill) RBC Center Raleigh, North Carolina July 20, 2009 [10][11]
Shaquille O'Neal Verizon Center Washington, D.C. July 27, 2009 [12][13]
Jeremy Piven Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Connecticut August 3, 2009 [14][15]
Sgt. Slaughter Pengrowth Saddledome Calgary, Alberta August 10, 2009 [16][17]
Freddie Prinze Jr. Scottrade Center St. Louis, Missouri August 17, 2009 [18][19]
Floyd Mayweather Jr. Thomas & Mack Center Paradise, Nevada August 24, 2009 [20][21]
Dusty Rhodes Joe Louis Arena Detroit, Michigan August 31, 2009 [22][23]
Bob Barker Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois September 7, 2009 [24][25]
Trish Stratus Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario September 14, 2009 [26][27]
Cedric the Entertainer Verizon Arena Little Rock, Arkansas September 21, 2009 [28][29]
Al Sharpton Times Union Center Albany, New York September 28, 2009 [30][31]
Ben Roethlisberger Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania October 5, 2009 [32][33]
Nancy O'Dell and Maria Menounos Conseco Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana October 12, 2009 [34][35]
Snoop Dogg Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville, Florida October 19, 2009 [36][37]
Kyle Busch and Joey Logano HSBC Arena Buffalo, New York October 26, 2009 [38][39]
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne DCU Center Worcester, Massachusetts November 2, 2009 [40][41]
Ricky Hatton Sheffield Arena Sheffield, England November 9, 2009 [42][43]
Roddy Piper Madison Square Garden New York, New York November 16, 2009 [44][45]
Jesse Ventura Giant Center Hershey, Pennsylvania November 23, 2009 [46][47]
Verne Troyer 1st Mariner Arena Baltimore, Maryland November 30, 2009 [48][49]
Mark Cuban American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas December 7, 2009 [50][51]
Dennis Miller American Bank Center Corpus Christi, Texas December 14, 2009 [52][53]
Johnny Damon St. Pete Times Forum Tampa, Florida December 21, 2009 [54][55]
Timbaland XL Center Hartford, Connecticut December 28, 2009 [56][57]
Bret Hart Nutter Center Dayton, Ohio January 4, 2010 [58][59]
Mike Tyson Target Center Minneapolis, Minnesota January 11, 2010 [60][61]
Jon Heder and Don Johnson Thompson–Boling Arena Knoxville, Tennessee January 18, 2010 [62][63]
Dulé Hill Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio January 25, 2010 [64][65]
William Shatner Sommet Center Nashville, Tennessee February 1, 2010 [66][67]
Carl Edwards Cajundome Lafayette, Louisiana February 8, 2010 [68][69]
Jerry Springer Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines, Iowa February 15, 2010 [70][71]
Jewel and Ty Murray Conseco Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana February 22, 2010 [72][73]
Cheech & Chong Ford Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma March 1, 2010 [74][75]
Criss Angel Rose Garden Arena Portland, Oregon March 8, 2010 [76][77]
Stone Cold Steve Austin San Diego Sports Arena San Diego, California March 15, 2010 [78][79]
Pete Rose HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose, California March 22, 2010 [80][81]
Rob Corddry, Clark Duke and Craig Robinson US Airways Center Phoenix, Arizona March 29, 2010 [82][83]
David Otunga iWireless Center Moline, Illinois April 5, 2010 [84][85]
David Hasselhoff The O2 Arena London, England April 12, 2010 [86][87]
Will Forte, Kristen Wiig and Ryan Phillippe Izod Center East Rutherford, New Jersey April 19, 2010 [88][89]
Wayne Brady Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville, Florida May 3, 2010 [90][91]
Flavor Flav Mellon Arena Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania May 10, 2010 [92][93]
Daniel Bryan Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana November 24, 2014 [94]
Chris Jericho Joe Louis Arena Detroit, Michigan December 15, 2014
Hulk Hogan Target Center Minneapolis, Minnesota December 22, 2014
Edge and Christian Verizon Center Washington, D.C. December 29, 2014

Guest star history[edit]

Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens), who won the Guest Star Shining Moment of the Year award at the 2010 Slammy Awards.
Snooki, whose stint led to a match at WrestleMania XXVII (which she won), and the A-Lister of the Year award at the 2011 Slammy Awards.
Star(s) Venue Location Date Ref.
Buzz Aldrin Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario May 17, 2010 [89][95]
Jon Lovitz Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio May 24, 2010 [96][97]
Ashton Kutcher Frank Erwin Center Austin, Texas May 31, 2010 [98][99]
Bradley Cooper, Quinton Jackson and Sharlto Copley American Airlines Arena Miami, Florida June 7, 2010 [100][101]
Mark Feuerstein Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte, North Carolina June 14, 2010 [102][103]
Rob Zombie Wachovia Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania June 28, 2010 [104]
Florence Henderson Rupp Arena Lexington, Kentucky July 12, 2010 [105]
Justin Long, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis Staples Center Los Angeles, California August 16, 2010 [106]
Chad Ochocinco U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati, Ohio September 13, 2010 [107]
Johnny Knoxville Intrust Bank Arena Wichita, Kansas October 4, 2010 [107]
Bobb'e J. Thompson Pengrowth Saddledome Calgary, Alberta October 18, 2010 [107]
Toby Keith Resch Center Green Bay, Wisconsin October 25, 2010 [107]
Paul Reubens
(as Pee-wee Herman)
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, New York November 1, 2010 [107]
Rima Fakih Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania November 29, 2010 [107]
Ariel Winter Honda Center Anaheim, California February 14, 2011 [108]
Snooki Scottrade Center St. Louis, Missouri March 14, 2011 [109]
Pitbull and Mýa American Airlines Arena Miami, Florida May 2, 2011 [110][111]
Shawn Michaels Thomas & Mack Center Paradise, Nevada June 27, 2011
Hugh Jackman Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio September 19, 2011 [112]
The Muppets Philips Arena Atlanta, Georgia October 31, 2011 [113]
Perez Hilton Honda Center Anaheim, California January 16, 2012 [114]
James Roday Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio March 12, 2012 [citation needed]
The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard)
(played by Chris Diamantopoulos, Sean Hayes and Will Sasso respectively)
Verizon Center Washington, D.C. April 9, 2012 [115]
Cyndi Lauper Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, New York June 18, 2012 [citation needed]
Charlie Sheen
(via Skype)
Scottrade Center St. Louis, Missouri July 23, 2012 [citation needed]
Jared Fogle Webster Bank Arena Bridgeport, Connecticut September 17, 2012 [citation needed]
Larry and Shawn King Power Balance Pavilion Sacramento, California October 8, 2012 [citation needed]
Mick Foley
(as Santa Claus)
Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania December 24, 2012 [citation needed]
Michael Strahan Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, New York November 25, 2013 [116]
Betty White Staples Center Los Angeles, California February 10, 2014 [117]
Aaron Paul Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois March 3, 2014 [118]
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Joe Manganiello Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York March 24, 2014 [119]
Hugh Jackman Scottrade Center St. Louis, Missouri April 28, 2014
Kevin Hart Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio June 16, 2014
Bret Hart Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec July 7, 2014
Flo Rida American Airlines Arena Miami, Florida July 21, 2014
Jerry Springer Baltimore Arena Baltimore, Maryland September 8, 2014
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York October 6, 2014
Grumpy Cat Roanoke Civic Center Roanoke, Virginia November 17, 2014 [120]
Larry the Cable Guy and Santino Marella Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana November 24, 2014 [121]
Jon Stewart Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey March 2, 2015
Wiz Khalifa Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania March 9, 2015
Snoop Dogg and Bill Simmons Staples Center Los Angeles, California March 23, 2015
Stephen Amell KeyArena Seattle, Washington August 10, 2015
Wayne Rooney Manchester Arena Manchester, England November 9, 2015
Dr. Phil Staples Center Los Angeles, California April 11, 2016
Sean Combs Honda Center Anaheim, California August 8, 2016
Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson Staples Center Los Angeles, California October 3, 2016
Josh Duhamel Staples Center Los Angeles, California June 26, 2017
LaVar Ball Staples Center Los Angeles, California June 26, 2017 [122]
Michael Che and Colin Jost Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 4, 2019

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