RAW, aka Monday Night RAW, is WWE’s weekly professional wrestling TV show that airs live every Monday. The show features scripted storylines and pro-wrestling matches. Started in 1993, the show is currently in its 28th season and has already aired 1400+ episodes.
WWE RAW airs in various countries across the globe via different mediums and channels. There are various ways to watch WWE RAW live, via online streaming as well as part of Cable TV and they all vary according to country.
Check out how you can watch WWE Monday Night RAW via different mediums- cable TV, live stream online, or watch replays- both free and paid methods.
What Time Does WWE RAW Air?
WWE RAW airs at 8 PM EST on Monday in the United States. As per PST timing, it airs at 5 PM and 7 PM as per the central time.
In United Kingdom, it airs late night on Tuesday at 12 AM GMT timing when daylight savings is off. During the daylight savings, it airs at 1 AM GMT.
Similarly, it airs in India on Tuesday Morning at 5:30 AM IST when daylight savings is off and at 6:30 AM IST when daylight savings is on in the United States.
You can also find the timing for various cities across the world by using this simple EST time convertor.
Watch WWE RAW Live on Cable & Streaming in USA(United States) (Free & Paid)
There are various options to watch WWE RAW Live in the USA. The first one is the traditional way of live TV. The other method is to stream WWE RAW online, both live or replay, via different platforms. We are covering all of them below.
Note: We also cover every WWE RAW Results & updates via live blogs.
USA Network – Cable & Live Streaming(Paid)
The USA Network holds the rights to air Monday Night RAW until 2023 in a deal that gives WWE $265 million per year. You can watch WWE RAW live on TV by subscribing to the channel via your cable operator for $5 per month.
USA Network is also available to stream online on usanetwork.com/live. You can access the live stream for RAW on the site by logging in via your cable TV credentials. Replays of previous episodes are also available on the service.
WWE Network(Peacock TV) – Free Version
You can watch the previous RAW episodes for on WWE’s own streaming service- WWE Network and Peacock TV in the United States. The shows are available on the free tier of the WWE Network 30 days after they air live on TV. Same thing applies to the subscribers of Peacock TV.
Sling TV – Live Streaming (Free Trial)
Sling TV app streams 50+ live TV channels as well as USA Network online as part of their monthly subscription. 3 day free trial of Sling TV is available to check out WWE RAW live streaming with the USA Network.
Youtube TV – Live Streaming (Free Trial)
Youtube TV app, in the United States, is another option if you want to stream RAW online. Youtube TV has the USA Network available live as well other 85+ channels. One week free trial is available for the app.
Youtube TV is available on Android smart TVs, Playstation, Xbox, Amazon Fire TV Stick, AirPlay on Apple TV, and other devices.
Hulu with Live TV- Live Streaming (Free Trial)
Hulu also offers the live TV feature where you can watch more than 60 channels live online. The USA network is provided live if you take their monthly subscription. 7 days free trial is available if you want to checkout WWE RAW live streaming on the app.
Hulu also streams 90 minutes condensed version of RAW which is available every Tuesday on their streaming app. Hulu app is available on every major device and smart TV.
AT&T TV – Online(Free Trial)
AT&T TV service is another service to stream live channels and it has 65 to 140 channels available as per the plan you choose. This makes AT&T TV another option to stream USA Network. The service also offers 7 days free trial to check its services.
fuboTV – Online(Free Trial)
fuboTV offers 90+ live channels as part of their standard package. This makes the service another option to live stream WWE RAW on the USA Network. The service offers a 7 days trial with their Standard and Elite packages.
How to Watch WWE RAW For Free?
There are no legal means through which you can watch WWE RAW live for free. The channel that air WWE RAW – USA Network – is available with $5 subscription. The live streaming online for the same is also available after subscriptions.
One can watch RAW for free for a few weeks if they use free trials of various live streaming services listed above.
How To Watch WWE RAW in the UK? (Via Cable TV & Live Stream)
Time: WWE RAW airs in UK late at night on Mondays(early morning Tuesday) at 12 AM GMT from March to October when Daylight Savings is in effect in North America. It airs at 1 AM GMT from November to February.
WWE RAW airs live in UK on BT Sports Channels – BT Sports 1, BT Sports 1 HD and others. The show also gets a replay at 7 PM on Tuesdays. You can subscribe to BT Sports pack on your cable TV to watch WWE RAW.
Online Live Streaming
The live streaming of WWE RAW is also available in UK via BTSports.com website and BT Sports app. The package for BT Sports app is available for £10 for single mobile device or tablet, and for £16 for multiple devices and TV app.
The package also let you stream WWE RAW on demand for no extra cost after the show broadcasts.
How To Watch WWE RAW In India? (Via Cable TV & Live Stream)
Time: WWE RAW airs in India early morning on Tuesdays at 5:30 AM/6:30 AM GMT based on daylight savings situation.
WWE RAW airs live in India on Sony Sports Network channels- Sony Ten 1/2/3 and Sony Six. Hindi commentary is also available for the show on Sony Ten 3.
The show also gets a replay at 10/11 AM and at 6 PM on Tuesdays. One can watch WWE RAW Live in India by subscribing to Sony Sports pack from your cable provider for ₹33(including taxes). To watch Sony Ten 3, you need to subscribe to it separately for ₹17.
Online Live Streaming
The live streaming of WWE RAW is also available in India via premium package Sony Liv app and sonyliv.com website. The yearly subscription for Sony Liv costs ₹999, the 6-month subscription is ₹699 while the monthly pack is ₹299.
The package also lets you stream WWE RAW on demand for no extra cost as well as other WWE programming- WWE PPVs, documentaries, podcasts and other shows.