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From 'Raw' to 'NXT,' Here's Where To Watch All Of The WWE

The WWE has dominated sports entertainment for decades. Find out how to catch up on everything you missed and tune into what's yet to come.

By Tyler McCarthy
Seth Rollins wearing a white coat in the ring, smiling with his arms outstretched

For fans of WWE's “Monday Night RAW” and “NXT,” USA Network is the definitive home to see your favorite Superstars go toe-to-toe in the ring while letting all the drama and mayhem that happens backstage play out for the world to see. 

Those who may not be regular viewers but want to start getting caught up on all the action may be wondering the best way to check out everything happening in the WWE ring. Well, those people are in luck because it’s never been easier to both catch matches as they air as well as stream some of the best bouts to ever grace the ring. 

For those who want to stay up to date on what’s going on among WWE Superstars, the best bet is to tune into “Monday Night Raw” every week at 8 p.m. ET. Each night, titans of sports entertainment such as Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, The Miz, Charlotte Flair, Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, and Becky Lynch go head-to-head in the most electrifying matches in the game. 

The following night, fans can get a first look at some of the new blood coming to the WWE by way of “NXT,” which airs every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET. All episodes of both shows air live on USA Network before going up on the USA app,, and all set-top-box VOD the following day. 

Meanwhile, for those who aren’t able to watch each week when it airs or those who just want to relive the action, they can follow episodes over to the WWE’s streaming home, Peacock. In addition to streaming everything — including all premium live events such as “WrestleMania,” “SummerSlam” and “Royal Rumble" — those with a subscription will get access to episodes of “Raw” and “Smackdown” 30 days after they air. “NXT” fans, meanwhile, get full episode replays the next day. Peacock also offers much more, including series such as “Evil,” “Untold,” “24,” and past episodes of “Raw" and “Smackdown” going all the way back to the 1990s and much more. 

Basically, there’s enough to keep even the most seasoned WWE fan drowning in content for a while to come on USA Network and Peacock.