According to a report from PWInsider, Monday’s special “3:16” edition of WWE Monday Night RAW on the USA Network, will be airing live from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With speculations initially suggesting that next week’s RAW could possibly move to the WWE PC, the news has now been confirmed, as superstars of the red brand and WWE Hall of Famer, Stone Cold, will be making a change of location from the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
As reported, the decision to move RAW to the WWE Performance Center was finalized after the company had decided to move tonight’s edition of SmackDown Live to the same location, as well. And, as seen last Wednesday, the recent edition of WWE NXT was also aired live from the Performance Center.
WWE management is yet to announce an official decision, however, it is pretty much expected that RAW will also be moved to the WWE PC. The show will feature a special appearance from ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and a WrestleMania 36 contract signing between The Undertaker and AJ Styles.