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... WWE Raw (also advertised as WWE Monday Night Raw) is a professional wrestling television program that currently airs on the USA Network in the United States and originally debuted on January 11, 1993 ... It remained there until 2000, when Raw was moved to TNN, later known as Spike TV ... Since its launch in 1993, Raw continues to air on Monday nights ...
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... Beginning as WWF Monday Night Raw, the program first aired on January 11, 1993 ... The original Raw broke new ground in televised professional wrestling ... The Raw formula was very different than that of its predecessor, Prime Time Wrestling ...
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... Occasionally, Raw is aired on same-day tape delay when WWE is on an overseas tour ... Raw is also shown live on Sky Sports 3 in the UK and Ireland and on Sky Sport 2 in Italy ... Sky Deutschland in Germany began airing Raw live and in HD on February 14, 2011 ...

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