IGN News article It’s been a while since we’ve been able to catch a WWE show, but that won’t be any longer for the foreseeable future.
After a two-month hiatus due to the WWE Network, it appears that the company is ready to put its ‘WrestleMania’ show on the road again.
Following a short break on Monday, WWE announced on its Twitter feed that it would be back at ringside for the upcoming Monday Night Raw.
WWE Network subscribers will be able to stream the live event online.WWE is also preparing to bring the ‘World Heavyweight Championship’ back to Raw, although no word on how it will be hosted or who will be the host of the show.
This is a long-awaited return to WWE television, and WWE is finally giving fans a chance to see some of the talent that has helped shape their favorite wrestling stars, including former WWE Champion John Cena.
The event will be broadcast live on Monday Night RAW on Monday nights from 8pm-10pm ET on ESPN.
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