New video reveals the big mystery, but can we really trust it?

New video reveals the big mystery but can we really

While Godzilla and Kong were fighting on the big screen overseas, a completely different titan was making headlines in Germany: Stefan Raab posted a video on his Instagram account on Good Friday that was seen by many fans as a comeback teaser. Three days later there is the answer.

Raab wanted to reach nine million followers within these three days. That was the demand for his return. Now the deadline has expired. But his account is there only at 2.8 million. No resurrection in the spirit of Easter: Instead, there is another video with a fight announcement at the end.

Stefan Raab continues to tease his comeback: New video announces fight with Regina Halmich in September

Raab is again visited in exile by his TV colleague Elton. Elton says that the entertainer still has a score to settle – with her Boxing world champion Regina Halmich. The two have already been in the ring twice. The first time in 2001. Revenge followed six years later. Now there seems to be a third encounter.

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At the end of the video, September 14th is set as the day for the event Regina Halmich vs. Stefan Raab called. Tickets will be available for pre-sale starting tomorrow, April 2nd. The event is described as The Final Fight. But can we really trust this announcement? After all, today is April 1st.

The big question: Is Stefan Raab really coming back or is the comeback just an April Fool’s joke?

After the first cryptic video, many fans speculated that the comeback teaser was just one elaborate April Fool’s joke could act. The new video seems more concrete, but the doubts remain. Will Stefan Raab return or not? We’ll see if advance sales actually start tomorrow.

Speaking of returning: Although Raab said goodbye to his work in front of the camera nine years ago, he is remained active behind it, initially with his production company Raab TV. At the end of 2023, he joined forces with former ProSieben boss Daniel Rosemann and founded Raab Entertainment.