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Here is the information you need for the Nov. 4, 2019 edition of WWE Monday Night Raw.

After a rather drama-filled weekend around WWE, it’s time to get everybody back on the same page and head to Long Island for Monday Night Raw. And now that we’re officially back from Crown Jewel, there are a lot more questions than we have answers to now.

The biggest question is what is going to happen now that Raw doesn’t have a heavyweight champion? At Crown Jewel this past Thursday, Seth Rollins went to Saudi Arabia and lost the Universal Championship to “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt in a a Falls Count Anywhere match. That creates a huge problem, as Wyatt is contracted to Friday Night SmackDown. So what exactly does that mean?

It means Wyatt is staying on the blue brand, as far as anyone knows. But that means that a potential bigger storm is on the horizon. This past Friday night, WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman made the startling revelation that they were quitting SmackDown. Heyman made mention that with Rey Mysterio being a contractually-obligated Raw Superstar, he couldn’t legally compete on Friday nights, now that the WWE Draft has concluded.

He went on to state that since Mysterio couldn’t come to Lesnar, then Lesnar was going to go to him. And the official Twitter account for the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, home of Monday’s live Raw, made this announcement on Saturday.


That means that nobody, especially Mysterio and possibly his son Dominic, will be safe. Lesnar has made a point to make life physically painful for the two, attacking them at every turn. What will happen now that Lesnar is apparently on a collision course for Nassau this Monday night?

Also, another incident from SmackDown will have a huge effect on this Monday’s Raw. With half the Friday night roster having travel problems getting back to the United States, it left the door wide open for Triple H to bring some of his NXT crew to the show. And he made the blockbuster announcement that NXT was declaring war on both brands. At Survivor Series on Nov. 24, the three brands will go head-to-head for the first time ever.

The potential for explosion this week is extremely high, and all eyes will be on the USA network this week. It should make for some intriguing television.

Date: Monday, November 4, 2019
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Uniondale, New York
Venue: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
TV Info: USA Network | Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial.
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So we have a Lesnar threat coming to Raw, and now the news that the three branded entities of WWE will go to war at the company’s fall classic. This is going to be a big night on Long Island.