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​WWE Raw: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For WWE Event At The Bon Secours Wellness

​WWE Raw: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For WWE Event At The Bon Secours Wellness

WWE Monday Night Raw will return at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, and here's how to watch the action LIVE.

Rey Mysterio will be in action in a blockbuster showdown as he puts the WWE United States Championship on the line against AJ Styles.

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The 44-year-old WWE legend captured the title last month from The OC leader thanks to some outside interference from Randy Orton.

But Styles now has the chance to avenge his defeat to Mysterio and become a four-time US champ.

Here's how to watch all of the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Tuesday.

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Credit: WWE
Credit: WWE

What channel is it on?

Sky will show Raw LIVE on Sky Sports Arena in the early hours of Tuesday.

Sky subscribers can stream the show online through Sky Go, while non-Sky owners can pick up a NOW TV pass to access Raw LIVE.

And Sky Go is also available on PC, mobile and tablets, with Sky Go Extra providing 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.

Credit: WWE
Credit: WWE

What time does it start?

WWE fans can tune in for the latest instalment of Raw from 1am local time.

What can I expect on Raw?

Aside from the title match between Mysterio and Styles, WWE has announced that Rusev and Lana will 'officially divorce' on Raw.

WWE superstar Rusev has been in a divisive ongoing love triangle storyline involving Bobby Lashley and real-life wife Lana.

Samoa Joe, who has been sidelined due to a thumb injury, has been announced for the Raw commentary team as Dio Maddin pushes ahead with an in-ring return.

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Topics: Monday Night Raw, Raw, WWE Raw, WWE News

Adnan Riaz

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