Extreme Rules came and went on Sunday and the WWE Universe was left a little wanting. Ronda Rousey will have to answer for her actions and will Brock Lesnar answer to Kurt Angle’s proclamation? What does the future hold for the Universal Championship? Hopefully, we’ll find out more on tonight’s Monday Night Raw. Here’s how and where to watch tonight.
Tonight Monday Night Raw will be in the Keybank Center in Buffalo, New York.
Last night Ronda Rousey found a way around her suspension by buying a front row ticket to Extreme Rules. What started as a one on one Extreme Rules match between Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax quickly degraded into a brawl involving five members of the women’s roster. Rousey came over the barricade to try and get a hand on Bliss but that gave Bliss a chance to get the pin and retain her title. Will Rousey face consequences for ignoring her suspension tonight?
Roman Reigns has spent a long time telling everyone that WWE and Monday Night Raw were his yard. Well, last night Bobby Lashley didn’t just beat the Big Dog, he did so by defeating him with his own signature move. Will Reigns get revenge tonight, or is this Lashley’s yard now?
The championship scene on Raw is set to shift after Extreme Rules. Dolph Ziggler retained his Intercontinental Title after a hard-fought match with Seth Rollins but not without some help from Drew McIntyre. The B-Team continued their hot streak by defeating the Deleters of Worlds for the Raw Tag Team Titles. But nothing will have more attention than the Universal Title after Kurt Angle called out Brock Lesnar. Will he show up? Or will Angle strip him of his title?
WWE Monday Night Raw Viewing Details:
How To Live Stream Monday Night Raw Online
Looking to watch Monday Night Raw? Of course, you do, you’re reading this article, aren’t you? To live stream tonight’s show, just click on USA, where you will be directed to that network’s official live stream page. But you’ll need your cable or satellite information to access this content.
Another way to check out tonight’s episode of Raw is by clicking on Sling TV, which provides a $25 monthly fee, but if you listen closely, you can see this all for free!
Just click on the Sling website, you’ll find a light blue bar with those incredible words (and that lovely number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – if you wanna see tonight’s pro wrestling show then you’re going to want to click on that offer.
You’ll also need to sign up for the Sling Blue package, it costs just $25 a month, but if you decide to cancel within seven days, you will not be charged. Though if you chose to stick around with Sling, you’ll be able to see many more episodes of WWE Raw and SmackDown Live in the future. Sling TV has something for you (sports and wrestling), and something for the kids (cartoons) too.
How To Watch WWE Raw Free Without A Cable Subscription?
Don’t have a cable subscription? Don’t sweat it, wrestling bro! Fubo TV is a streaming service that usually costs $39.99, but is now charging customers $19.99 for their first two months. The service offers 70+ channels for your viewing pleasure. But the sweetest part is that Fubo also offers a free seven-day trial.
You can also watch tonight’s episode of Monday Night Raw through DirecTV Now, which is offering four different channel packages, all of which include the USA network. The cheapest package available is for $35. But the coolest part of this deal is that the first seven days are absolutely for free and you can cancel anytime.
Don’t have a cable subscription to watch Raw? Don’t sweat it. Just go to Sling TV, and sign up for a free 7 days on their Sling Blue package. You won’t want to miss a minute of the action.
How To Watch Monday Night Raw On Your Tablet or Mobile Device
Want to watch Raw on your tablet or mobile device. Just sign up for the USA Now app, which is free with your cable or satellite log-in info.
You can also watch Raw on Sling TV. The first week is free, so you’ll want to keep track of time if you don’t wanna pony up $25 for the monthly Sling Blue package. You can access the Sling app from a wide variety of devices, including Roku, Xbox One, Chromecast, ZTE, and Nexus Player.