What is WWE Raw About?
WWE Raw is a long-running professional wrestling television program that first hit the airwaves in 1993. Produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), the show has become a staple of televised sports entertainment. The program is broadcasted globally, featuring exciting matches and segments, intended to captivate audiences worldwide. It showcases a mix of established wrestling superstars alongside promising newcomers, providing a platform for talent to engage with fans while building and developing complex characters and narratives. Further, the show often includes interviews, backstage segments, and in-ring promos that push storylines forward, tending to blur the line between fiction and reality. WWE Raw's weekly episodic nature makes it unique, unlike typical seasonal structures of mainstream sports or serialised scripted television. Imbued with an ardent fanbase, the show has been instrumental in the success and global reach of WWE, and is considered one of the cornerstones of modern professional wrestling.
The first episode of WWE Raw aired on January 11, 1993 and the most recent episode to air was on December 04, 2023.