WWE Raw is live on Monday night on Feb. 7 as per usual but pro wrestling fans might not find the show on USA Network like usual this week.
Even though it feels like Royal Rumble was just a few days ago, pro wrestling fans should already be gearing up for WWE Elimination Chamber in roughly two weeks time. That means we’re going to see a lot on WWE Raw leading up to the big PPV event that will take place in Saudi Arabia.
With that being said, there normally isn’t a big search for Raw on Monday nights. It’s been on the same network for as long as wrestling fans will be able to remember. For the Feb. 7 episode, however, that could change.
Fans trying to tune into USA Network won’t find WWE content on there. So where should they go for Raw? We have the answers.
WWE Raw channel: What network is it on for Feb. 7?
If you’re looking for Raw on Monday night on its usual network of USA Network, you won’t find it. Instead, it’ll be on SyFy for Feb. 7.
WWE Raw channel: Why is WWE Raw on SyFy?
The reason for the channel switch on Monday night is because of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. USA Network is part of the NBC Universal group of channels, which broadcast the events in China. Raw will return to USA once the Olympics conclude.
Where is WWE Raw on Feb. 7?
This network-moved edition of Raw with less than two weeks until Elimination Chamber will be live from Ball Arena in Denver, CO.