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How to Watch and Live Stream WWE Raw Online

Watch wrestling: How to WWE Raw Live Stream

Watch wrestling: How to WWE Raw Live Stream

Whether tonight's WWE Raw or you're just planning ahead to watch wrestling, we have the best ways to stream Monday Night Raw online both live and on-demand, along with a full 2019 schedule and new 2020 dates.

Let's start by learning the basics. WWE Raw airs live on USA Network on Mondays from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET.

WWE Raw Live Stream

USA Network Live TV

The easiest to watch WWE Raw online is to visit the USA Network's Live TV page. In order to watch, just choose your TV provider (xfinity, DirecTV, dish, etc.) and log in. 

If you miss the live stream, all current episodes will be available on-demand on the USA Network website for 30 days after their original air-dates. But again, you have to log in via your TV provider.

If you'd prefer to watch on your smart phone or mobile device, get the USA Network app, which is available on iPhones, Andoid, Xbox One S, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Apple TV.

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WWE Network

OK, this isn't a live stream option, but it does allow you to stream. If you want to wait 30 days and watch Raw online, you can sign up for WWE Network (your first month is free) and binge-watch previous weeks. The WWE Network is available on Apple TV, Roku,  Amazon Fire, PlayStation, Xbox, iPhone and Android. 


If you ditched cable, but still want to watch, check out YouTubeTV. It's $40 per month and carries USA Network. If you're not sure, there's an option to try YouTubeTV for free. It's a great way to live stream WWE Raw without cable. 

2019 WWE Monday Night Raw Live TV Schedule

  • Aug. 26, New Orleans, LA
  • Sept. 2, Baltimore, MD
  • Sept. 9, New York, NY
  • Sept. 16, Knoxville, TN
  • Sept. 23, San Francisco, CA
  • Sept. 30, Phoenix, AZ
  • Nov. 11, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Nov. 25, Chicago, IL
  • April 6, 2020, Tampa, FL

Did you know? WWE Raw debuted on Jan. 11, 1993 and has since been considered the WWE's flagship program.

Raw moved from the USA Network to TNN in September 2000, which was rebranded to Spike TV in August 2003. On Oct. 3, 2005, Raw returned to the USA Network, where it remains today. As of Dec. 9, 2016, all episodes of the show, older than 30 days, are now available on demand on the WWE Network.

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