WWE Monday Night Raw Preview: Raw After WrestleMania 40 Edition (April 8th 2024)

WrestleMania 40 is officially over and now we turn our attention to tonight, so here is the WWE Monday Night Raw preview for April 8th 2024.

WWE Monday Night Raw Preview
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WrestleMania 40 is officially over and now we turn our attention to the traditional Raw after Wrestlemania, and with that in mind here is the WWE Monday Night Raw preview for April 8, 2024.

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Where is Raw tonight?

Tonight’s RAW is not far from the site of WrestleMania 40, as it comes from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

What time does RAW start?

RAW begins at 8 PM EST sharp and runs until 11 PM EST. However, add some extra time on your recording device as the show could go 5 minutes over.

How to watch Monday Night Raw this week?

Tune into the USA Network for all three hours of RAW so check your local cable or satellite provider for an exact channel. Furthermore, be sure to check all the RAW results from 2024.

Monday Night Raw card and preview

WWE Monday Night Raw Preview
  • Cody Rhodes was crowned as the new Undisputed WWE Universal Champion and will be making his first appearance on the show.
  • Damian Priest also claimed the World Heavyweight title this weekend and is sure to be celebrating with his Judgement Day teammates.
  • Anticipated debuts are possible for the card
  • The Awesome Truth to debut as the new RAW Tag Team Champions.

Raw Preview for Tonight

After all the hype, WrestleMania came and went. The two-night extravaganza delivered across the board as WWE ushers in a new era without Vince McMahon. Instead, we are in the Triple H era and so far, so good.

On the RAW side, WrestleMania 40 opened with Rhea Ripley’s year-long title reign continuing with a clean win over Becky Lynch. The Awesome Truth (The Miz and R-Truth), who reunited after a decade apart, left with tag team gold. Also, Sami Zayn ended the historic Intercontinental Championship run of Gunther. 

A good portion of the show might feature Damian Priest, who is the new World Heavyweight Champion. WrestleMania 40 Night 2 began with Drew McIntyre defeating Seth Rollins for the very title. Only minutes later, after CM Punk took some shots, Damian Priest successfully cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase.

Finally, Cody Rhodes finished his story at WrestleMania 40 by defeating Roman Reigns. The new Undisputed WWE Universal Champion ended the nearly 4-year run of Roman Reigns. We have a feeling Cody will have something to say. Here is the official WWE Monday Night Raw preview sent out by WWE.

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