WWE Raw: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For WWE Event At The Hartford XL Center
WWE superstars will return to action for the final Raw of 2019, and here's how to watch the action LIVE.
The wrestling promotion has announced that Bobby Lashley and Lana are planning to seal their marriage on the latest instalment of Monday Night Raw.
And Lashley took to Twitter to say that he plans to "save" Rusev a seat at the wedding.
He tweeted: "You're all cordially invited to attend our wedding Monday, December 30!
"No better way to close out the year than watching us say "I do"[email protected] I'll save you a seat! Can't wait for it to be officially official."
Here's how to watch all of the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Tuesday.
Where will the latest episode of Raw be held?
Raw is heading to the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
What channel is it on?
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Sky will show Raw LIVE on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action in the early hours of Tuesday.
Sky subscribers can stream the show online through Sky Go and non-Sky owners can pick up a NOW TV pass to access Raw LIVE.
Sky Go is available on PC, mobile and tablets and Sky Go Extra will offer access for Xbox and PlayStation owners.
Sky will lose the rights to broadcast Raw and SmackDown from January 2020 after BT Sport signed a multi-year exclusive agreement with WWE in June.
What time does it start?
WWE fans can watch the latest episode of Raw from 1am local time.
What can I expect on Raw?
Aside from Lashley and Lana's wedding, WWE has announced one match for the Raw card ahead of the event at the XL Center.
Aleister Black and Buddy Murphy will clash in a rematch after their showdown from TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs earlier this month.
WWE posted on its website: "As confirmed on Raw, the two rivals will get a second round in their thrilling series on the final Raw of 2019 in a match set up by the pair's duelling wins over local competitors on this week's show.
"Judging by Black's offer of a handshake, Murphy has earned at least some measure of his respect.
"Judging by Murphy's refusal, WWE's 'Best Kept Secret' is willing to chalk up his first loss to a fluke."
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