Potential New Home For WWE RAW Revealed

WWE Raw could be moving from the USA Network

It is the season of new TV deals, with Friday Night SmackDown heading over to the USA Network and NXT moving over to The CW Network in 2024, so it feels like only a matter of time before the home of Monday Night Raw is confirmed too. 

The future of Raw is currently uncertain though, especially with stations awaiting the end of the NBA deals with ESPN and Warner Discovery before likely deciding what to do with professional wrestling shows such as Raw, Dynamite, Collision, and Rampage. Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics spoke with SEScoops, and revealed a potential destination for the red brand. 

"The talk is FX, which is owned by Disney. They could be a buyer for Raw. It's certainly not going to fit on ESPN, the mothership. I don't think they want a worked sport on ESPN2 either, ESPN Plus is a possibility especially with the network and what they were able to give to Peacock. Maybe something could be built together there with UFC when those rights are up."

Thurston noted that there are a lot of moving parts currently to this situation, with companies aiming to buy and sell different networks, so it isn’t clear where exactly Raw will end up, though with NXT leaving the USA Network, there is more wiggle room for Raw to remain on the network.

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