Monday's WWE Raw live stream and TV coverage schedule for Feb. 24, 2014 is set to include a look at several shows from the brand new network. Recent reports have also suggested some of the matches that might take place on live television for Monday night's episode. They could include at least a few rematches from Sunday night's pay-per-view, when the new televised and live stream online Raw programs arrive for pro wrestling fans.
According to Wrestling Inc in their Feb. 24 report, speculation is that some of the matches for tonight's episode of Raw may include a rematch between Cameron and A.J. Lee after last night's WWE Divas Championship match, as well as a rematch between The Usos and New Age Outlaws. The two tag teams fought over the tag team titles last night, with New Age Outlaws retaining their belts. A.J. also retained, although there was interference from her sidekick Tamina, which led to a disqualification when she attacked Cameron. So while Cameron won the match, she didn't gain the belt from A.J., while the Divas champion also seemed upset at Tamina over the incident that happened.
Wrestling Inc also reports that fans will get to experience Raw live streaming online Pre-Show and Backstage Pass post-show tonight. These will include discussion of all the big happenings on tonight's episode of Raw. Fans can access these live streaming online programs at WWE Network, the new service that launched on Monday for devices including Roku, Apple TV, Smart TV's, select video game systems and mobile devices.
Early Monday afternoon, WWE posted an image and message on their Instagram and Twitter accounts:
With Jimmy Hart in tow, Hulk Hogan arrives to #Raw. How many #Hulkamaniacs will be tuning in tonight?
Hogan and Hart are scheduled part of tonight's big episode of WWE Raw, which will help launch the new WWE Network programs that will live stream online before and after the televised show. What will these two have to say to the WWE Universe when they finally arrive on TV?
WWE Raw airs live at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on USA which can be found on cable or satellite TV around the nation. The Raw live stream Pre-Show starts at 7:30 p.m. EST and can be seen online at WWE Network. The Raw Backstage Pass show will also live stream on the network, beginning at 11:06 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, when the Raw TV show has concluded for the night.