Since Triple H took over as head of creative, WWE has undergone some massive changes. One of the big changes was the addition of the WarGames match to Survivor Series. Now, after a history-making show at Survivor Series, WWE is gearing up for another historic episode of Monday Night RAW.

Just a few hours before RAW airs, Byron Saxton broke the news in a digital exclusive that the first hour of RAW tonight will be commercial-free. He also mentioned that RAW will kick off with Beck Lynch.

“What’s going on WWE universe? Byron Saxton here! We are coming off the heels of a history-making Survivor Series WarGames just a couple of hours away from Monday Night RAW tonight here in Norfolk, VA at the Norfolk Scope which speaking of history, a lot of history has actually occurred in this building. Check this out! It was 24 years ago that D-Generation X came rolling down that ramp and attempted to invade Monday Night Nitro. Crazy, right? But of course, tonight we can expect a lot of special happenings. In fact, the first hour of Monday Night RAW will be completely commercial-free and kicking off that commercial-free first hour of Monday Night RAW will be none other than The Man, Big Time Becky Lynch. Now, it…[Lumis walks in the frame and leaves]

Uh..ok….that was very creepy. But I suppose I should mention also that Dexter Lumis who awkwardly just popped up in front of the camera will take on The Miz and if Dexter Lumis wins that match, he will earn himself a WWE contract. It all goes down in just a few hours tonight 8 pm ET live on the USA Network.”

Tonight’s episode of WWE RAW will feature all the fallout from Survivor Series WarGames and promises to be exciting. The complete match card is as follows:

  • Becky Lynch opens Monday Night RAW
  • The Miz vs. Dexter Lumis

What do you make of the first hour of RAW being commercial-free? Sound off in the comments section.

Sunil Joseph

Passionate pro wrestling fan. Sunil has been writing WWE content writing for over the last five years. Sunil still gets excited when he gets to tell people that he gets paid to watch pro wrestling.

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