Monday’s WWE Raw 2015 live stream and TV show on Aug. 24 will present several interesting new possibilities for the superstars and divas. Among them will be the SummerSlam results which included controversial wins for Seth Rollins and The Undertaker. Fans will wonder if Jon Stewart shows up for the show after hosting SummerSlam and interfering to cost Cena his U.S. Championship. Also, will “The Deadman” make some sort of appearance after defeating Lesnar in last night’s main event?
The WrestleZone website has reported one spoiler for tonight’s Raw as of Aug. 24, and that is that The Undertaker, real name Mark Callaway, will not be at the live event. Apparently, he has flown back to his home in Texas following last night’s grueling main event match against Brock Lesnar. There have not been any reported injuries from either Lesnar or Undertaker. As of this report, Paul Heyman is expected to appear on Raw to address last night’s match, but it’s unknown if “The Beast” will be there. A spoiler rumor has Sting in New York possibly appearing on the show.
In another spoiler, it appears one segment on tonight’s Raw will feature Triple H of The Authority giving new dual champion Seth Rollins a tour of WWE headquarters. While that’s located in Connecticut, it’s not a far distance from there to the arena in New York. Rollins now holds both the WWE World Heavyweight and U.S. Championships after defeating John Cena in a “Title for Title match.” He had celebrity guest host Jon Stewart’s help in getting the win when Stewart got in the ring and hit Cena with a steel chair.
With SummerSlam over, the next scheduled pay-per-view is Night of Champions. There are no matches scheduled yet but that could change on Raw. There are s2016 Royal Rumble odds for January which have Brock Lesnar at +375 as the favorite to win, followed by Seth Rollins at +500 and Kevin Owens at +625. Roman Reigns and Ryback are +700 favorites with Rusev at +725 and Daniel Bryan at +750. There’s also an early WrestleMania 32 bet which has Undertaker as the favorite against Sting, but some rumors suggest the match will be Taker against Lesnar instead.
The WWE Raw show will begin at 8 p.m. EST on Monday night. Live television viewing comes via USA. Live streaming online of the show comes from the USA Now site for cable and satellite fans with access to the site or mobile apps. The WWE Network will feature a live online pre-show for Raw starting at 7:30 p.m. EST which will include interviews, insight and discussion about what’s to come on the main program.