WWE RAW preview: venue, card, timings for the final Monday night show before WWE Crown Jewel

The Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina is all set for this week’s WWE Monday Night Raw. Since 1998, this venue has hosted professional wrestling events, including Sting defending his World Title against Goldberg and Arn Anderson’s epic reunion of the Four Horsemen, which marked Ric Flair’s return in that initial event.

Wrestling fans can expect the finishing touches to be put in place tonight, as this is the red brand’s farewell presentation before Crown Jewel. Exciting matchups and special features have been announced for this week’s broadcast of Monday Night Raw.

WWE RAW venue, timings

On the eve of Halloween, WWE will host a sold-out Raw event in Greenville, South Carolina. On Saturday, Crown Jewel will take place, and this episode is the final one until then. Seth Rollins will face Drew McIntyre, while Rhea Ripley will defend her championship against a slew of opponents. Logan Paul will be going for his first WWE title, and John Cena will face Solo Sikoa in his first professional wrestling event in five years.

RAW airs tonight on USA at 8 p.m. According to today’s announcement from WrestleTix, 6,722 tickets have been sold, with a capacity of 7,671. On the program, Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa take on Imperium as they continue their reunion with DIY. Xia Li is also set to face Candice LeRae.

WWE RAW card

Let’s take a look at the match cards for this Monday Night RAW.

Creed Brothers RAW debut

The former NXT Tag Team Champions will be making their Raw debut tonight versus Alpha Academy, as confirmed by WWE. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, the Creeds have been given a full roster spot. 

Natalya vs. Chelsea Green in Trick or Street Fight

As Halloween approaches, stores begin stocking up on costumes and decorations, and WWE has announced its own Halloween-themed gimmick match, “Trick Or Street Fight.” Natalya takes Chelsea Green tonight, and the atmosphere, complete with Halloween decorations, promises to be a good one.

The Judgement Day’s JD McDonagh vs. Seth “Freakin” Rollins

Longing for Judgment Day’s favor, JD McDonagh now has a chance to prove himself against Seth Rollins, the current World Heavyweight Champion. Now the question arises, Does Rollins have time to be ready for his Crown Jewel match against Drew McIntyre, or does the ‘Irish Ace’ have a chance to impress?

DIY Reunion

After Ciampa’s comeback helped Johnny Gargano win, DIY reunited to take on Giovanni Vinci and Ludwig Kaiser.

The non-title fight between “Dirty” Dom and Ricochet

After their previous confrontations, Ricochet challenges NXT North American Champion Dominik Mysterio to a bout for no title.

Xia Li vs. Candice LeRae

After being blindsided by Xia Li on Monday Night Raw, Candice LeRae is out for revenge. Li assaulted LeRae unexpectedly during Indi Hartwell’s bout for the NXT Women’s Championship.

Fans will have to check Monday night at 8 p.m. / 7 p.m. C on USA to find out who wins the RAW battle. Which match card do you look forward to the most and why? Leave a comment and tell us what you think.


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