The last Monday Night Raw of a busy January will air tonight from the Heritage Bank Center in Cincinnati.
The 2022 Royal Rumble is in the rearview mirror and we’re officially on our way to Wrestlemania. We’ll get plenty of spinoffs from Saturday’s show as both rumble winners will be in the house. We will also begin construction on Saudi Arabia’s Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in just under three weeks.
How to watch Monday Night Raw
Dated: Monday 31 January
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Network: American Network
Direct: USANetwork.com/live or the USA network application
What to watch on Monday Night Raw
Ronda Rousey made her WWE return on Saturday, entering the Women’s Royal Rumble as a surprise entrant and winning the event. The former UFC star can now choose whether to target Smackdown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair or Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch for a title shot at Wrestlemania. We’ll see if we get any clarification when she makes an appearance for tonight’s show.
Brock Lesnar also had a busy night on Saturday. He lost the WWE Championship to Bobby Lashley via interference from Universal Champion Roman Reigns and a double cross from Paul Heyman. The Beast got the last laugh, however, as he later entered the men’s Royal Rumble match in 30th place and won the event. On tonight’s show, he will determine whether he will challenge Reigns or Lashley for the title at Wrestlemania.
Speaking of Lashley, the new WWE Champion and MVP will be celebrating the return of the All-Mighty era on tonight’s show. If Lesnar doesn’t choose him, who will be his next challenger for Elimination Chamber and beyond?
Also on the show, the feud between Raw Tag Team Champions Alpha Academy and RK-Bro continues as they will have a scooter race in tonight’s episode.