RAW will have a smaller crew tonight, as there's also a house show in Allentown, PA (the likes of the Wyatt Family, Dolph Ziggler, Tyler Breeze and Paige won't be on RAW tonight), but the RAW preview on WWE.com states that The New Day will be on the show, and having retained their Tag Team Titles against the Lucha Dragons on SmackDown, and still holding a grudge that The Usos were voted Tag Team of the Year, you'd bet on Big E, Kofi and Xavier making a big impact on RAW tonight.
All this plus Kevin Owens still being sour over losing the Intercontinental Title and anything else that might be going on, tonight from 8/7c on USA... with a new episode of Breaking Ground immediately following on the WWE Network!
Now I want to see New Day run up to Owens and say "Kevin Owens, don't you dare be sour."
WWE presents the final 2015 edition of RAW live in Brooklyn, New York later this evening, however there are several top WWE Superstars and Divas who aren't expected to be in attendance inside the Barclays Center tonight.
WWE has a double-booking with RAW in Brooklyn and a non-televised WWE live event in Allentown, Pennsylvania today, and as a result, there will be split crews at each show.
Advertised for the WWE live event in Allentown this evening are Kane, Dolph Ziggler, Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, Luke Harper, Braun Strowman, Tyler Breeze, Tommy Dreamer, The Dudley Boyz, Paige and WWE Divas Champion Charlotte.
It's worth pointing out that some of the aforementioned names working tonight's Allentown event may still appear on RAW in the form of a pre-taped segment, but they are not expected to appear live.
If this means we get to see Bo Dallas on RAW in a match and a segment then Bo-yah for Bo!
Last Edit: Dec 28, 2015 13:13:15 GMT -5 by moondoggie
Also tonight is the final Monday Night Football broadcast of the year, and it's between Denver & Cincinnati, where playoff positioning and division titles are on the line. They aren't going up against a weak game with Cleveland or Tennessee; this is gonna likely do huge ratings and deal a blow to RAW.
Only question is... how much?
I have a feeling it'll be bad. Raw's been on a decline in ratings as it is, and now they have a huge football game to compete with. I guess maybe they'll get a bump with Cena and Vince coming back, but I doubt it.