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Whoever avoids the raw egg is declared winner. Entrants travel from many countries to take part in the annual village fair where the World Egg Throwing Championships are held. There are different categories and disciplines including Russian roulette, egg target throwing with accuracy, egg throwing static relay and the trebuchet challenge.

The Russian Roulette event is a one-on-one challenge in which competitors are faced with six eggs, only one of which is raw, and take turns to smash the egg on their own head. A competitor celebrates catching an unbroken egg from 30 metres during the final egg throwing challenge during the World Egg Throwing Championships at Swaton Vintage Fair in Lincolnshire, England on June 25, In the target throwing challenge competitors get points dependant on where they hit the chicken.

In the target throwing challenge competitors get points dependent on where they hit the chicken. A competitor fails to catch a thrown egg without it smashing during an egg throwing discipline of the World Egg Throwing Championships at Swaton Vintage Fair in Lincolnshire, England on June 25, A competitor goes to catch a thrown egg trying to do so without it smashing during an egg throwing discipline of the World Egg Throwing Championships at Swaton Vintage Fair in Lincolnshire, England on June 25, If you change your mind, here's how to allow notifications:.

Stay in the loop! Alternate color commentary by Matt Striker. The second commercial-free Raw broadcast. Appearance by astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Match selections were voted on WWE. Three-hour episode with appearances by former wrestlers and personalities. Everything in the show was also supposed to temporarily revert to the RAW format. However, while some items from were used such as the ring and the theme music , it used s-era WWF opening as well as the stage set-up from around Three-Hour King of the Ring tournament.

Involving wrestlers from both Raw and SmackDown. Alternate color commentary by Booker T. Three-Hour episode that involved the rosters from Raw and SmackDown. The episode was also called Stone Cold Raw. Three-Hour episode involving the rosters from Raw and SmackDown. Match selections were voted via mobile phone. Special episode celebrating the show's 1,th episode. Episode started Raw's new permanent three-hour format and new logo.

Included an exclusive live chat interview with Charlie Sheen via Skype. Color commentatory for opening match by Jim Ross. The last Raw of Every title except the WWE Championship , which was defended the following week in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match was on the line and the champions got to choose their opponent s.

This show celebrated the 20th anniversary of Raw Commentary for main event by Jim Ross. Appearances by former wrestlers and personalities. Like the previous Old School Raw , this was more of an anachronism -type episode, with some key differences from the episode being the use of the Attitude Era theme song from the War Zone segment during backstage segments right before commercial, as well as the use of a modified 's WWF logo without the "F".

Special episode for Bret Hart , showing highlights of his career as well as other legends paying their respects. Special country-themed episode of Raw. Live performance from Florida Georgia Line.

Live Christmas-themed episode, including a Battle for Christmas, two 6-man tag team matches, and a Christmas Present on a Pole match. Slammy Awards ceremony, hosted by actor Seth Green. Special episode celebrating John Cena.

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