WWE is holding their 30th Anniversary celebration this week, and a ton of big names will be there. The Royal Rumble go-home show could also see the addition of the Blue Meanie, if they decide to call him. There are a lot of big names already announced, from Shawn Michaels to Hulk Hogan, but seeing the Blue Meanie again on WWE television could be a real treat for fans. If anything, we know that he’s all about it.

The Blue Meanie worked for WWE from 1998 to 2000 and despite not being top wrestler he carved himself his own niche in the company. The excitement for WWE RAW XXX is at an all-time high with numerous luminaries confirmed for the show in Philadelphia. Though he isn’t planned to be on the show, The Blue Meanie is willing to make an appearance if the promotion wants him.

Meanie made a brief return in 2005 when he feuded with JBL. Meanie hasn’t worked for the company since, but he’s open to returning for RAW’s upcoming 30th-anniversary show, which will be held in his hometown in Philadelphia. The Blue Meanie recently told Sportskeeda Wrestling that he was surprised WWE didn’t put him in The Oddities during his stint with the company.

The bWo member went on to say that he had a lot of plans for the promotion including competing for the now-defunct 24/7 Title. The Blue Meanie also informed WWE that he would be available to appear on RAW XXX.


I’m surprised when I was in WWE; they didn’t book me with The Oddities. I was happy to join The J.O.B Squad. There’s plenty of stuff out there; I would love to do some goofy with the 24/7 title, you know. Specially RAW is coming to Philly for RAW 30; I’m available. Yeah, acknowledge Meanie.

The Undertaker, Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair and others have been announced for the 30th-anniversary episode of RAW. Though none of them are scheduled to participate, viewers can expect to witness the legends engage with the company’s current performers in fun interactions.

Apart from that, The Bloodline will hold The Trial of Sami Zayn in which The Honorary Uce may be forced to show his loyalty to the stable once more. As if that wasn’t enough, the show will also feature a couple of title matches.

The Usos will defend their RAW Tag Team Championships against The Judgment Day, while Bobby Lashley will compete for the US Title against Austin Theory. Becky Lynch and Bayley will aim to put their disagreements aside once and for all inside a Steel Cage at the show. Keep an eye on Ringside News for the most latest updates.

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Shivangini, a law student, writes for Ringside News to share her passion for wrestling. She joined in 2021, striving to deliver the best content while enjoying her hobbies of baking, cooking, reading and playing musical instruments.

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