Monday Night Raw is available to stream on Peacock, just like many of the other WWE pay-per-view events, shows, and documentaries.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has a variety of wrestling shows ranging from live events, to highlight reels from archived matches.
Due to a deal between WWE and NBCUniversal, most of this content is now available to watch on the Peacock streaming service.
This includes the very popular Monday Night Raw events for viewers who choose to subscribe to the platform to enjoy it whenever and wherever they prefer.
The most popular WWE shows
Whether you watch wrestling for the death-defying stunts, superhuman feats of strength, unique characters, or the enticing storylines, it is a given that WWE will have some kind of show or special live event that will have just what you are looking for.
At this point, you may even be able to fill an entire week’s worth of in-home entertainment with shows just from the WWE franchise.
You could start your week off with Monday Night Raw and end it with Friday Night Smackdown. There is also enough content focused on events like WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and the ever-popular highlight reels, to fill the gaps in between.
Is Monday Night Raw on Peacock?
Fortunately, WWE signed a new deal with NBCUniversal on 18 March 2021, hence, you can now watch WWE content whenever and wherever you want to all throughout the week.
With this deal, all kinds of different WWE shows, including Monday Night Raw, will be available on NBCUniversal’s streaming service, which is called Peacock.
As with most streaming services, Peacock has two tiers at varying price points and with different benefits. Fortunately, both the Peacock Premium and Peacock Premium Plus tiers have WWE content, including all of the live WWE pay-per-view events.
Signing up for a Peacock subscription if you are a wrestling fan is definitely a smart idea since this will give you access to the entire WWE archive.
Some of these include every pay-per-view event from the last few years, episodes of RAW and SmackDown 30 days after they air, episodes of NXT the day after they air, most of the WWE documentaries and much, much more. Not to mention all of the other popular shows and films in the Peacock library.
While subscribing to Peacock may be the simplest option for fans who regularly watch WWE content, it is also noteworthy that some viewers who already have select Xfinity and Cox Internet plans may get access to Peacock completely free of charge.
The different Peacock subscription tiers
However, the most important thing is that both of these plans will give you access WWE archived episodes, documentaries, shows, and special programming like SummerSlam, WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, Halloween Havoc, and the Survivor series.
The Peacock Premium tier is $4.99 per month and the Peacock Premium Plus is $9.99 per month and it is also ad-free to ensure that your WWE entertainment is uninterrupted.
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How does Peacock compare to the old WWE Network?
If you do decide to subscribe to Peacock to watch WWE content, you will notice that the Peacock platform is slightly different from the old WWE Network application.
Most notably, all of the WWE content on the platform is grouped together under the “WWE Hub”, which can be difficult to navigate and does not have all of the same features that the WWE Network application used to offer viewers.
Even so, Peacock does offer subscribers tons of additional benefits. Not only is the monthly Peacock Premium subscription price more affordable than the WWE pay-per-view events used to be in the past, but the platform also integrates the WWE content with its other content.
Other streaming services that offer USA Network
As an alternative, you can also watch WWE content without a Peacock or even a cable subscription through various streaming platforms that have the USA Network in their library of content.
Other options include fuboTV, with which the base plan starts at $74.99 per month. This plan comes with access to content from over 124 channels and the Sling TV Blue plan, which is $40 per month and gives you access to many other sports-focused channels.