The following was issued on WWE.com regarding upcoming Raw guest hosts.

Oct. 18, 2010: Bobb’e J. Thompson
Starring alongside Big Show in the upcoming WWE Studios film Knucklehead, which opens October 22, Bobb’e J. Thompson is quite familiar with the kind of over-the-top thrills that can only be found within the WWE Universe. But when the Role Models star visits Raw to serve as guest host, the young comedic actor just might have his hands full.

Thompson’s Knucklehead co-star Mark Feuerstein served as guest host on the June 14 edition of Raw, teaming with The World’s Largest Athlete in tag team action against Ted DiBiase and his then-assistant, Virgil. Will Thompson follow in the footsteps of his on-screen cohort? Tune in to find out.

Alongside Thompson in Knucklehead, Big Show plays Walter Krunk, a church-orphan-turned-amateur fighter who fights his way across the country to compete in a mixed martial arts tournament in New Orleans.

Oct. 25, 2010: Toby Keith
There has been no small number of cowboy hat-wearing showmen who have made their mark on the WWE Universe, from WWE Hall of Famer “Cowboy” Bob Orton to John “Bradshaw” Layfield to Hall of Fame announcer Jim Ross. But the WWE Universe can add one more legend to those ranks when country music sensation and longtime WWE fan Toby Keith hosts Monday Night Raw.

Celebrating his latest album Bullets in the Gun, which hits store shelves on October 5, Keith – who proclaimed on his breakthrough single that he “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” – will be riding high when he takes the reins of Monday night’s hottest show, live in Green Bay, Wisc.

Be sure to tune in Monday nights when the biggest stars from all over the world have the opportunity to take over as Raw’s special guest host.