WWE Announces Rhea Ripley Debut for This Monday’s RAW Show
Rhea Ripley made her official main roster debut during this past January’s Royal Rumble 2021 event. In recent weeks, WWE has been airing vignettes revealing and hyping up that Ripley will be joining their RAW brand.
WWE recently announced that Ripley will be making her official debut for the RAW brand on this Monday’s episode of RAW.
Rhea Ripley to make Monday Night Raw debut
This is her brutality, and it has a new home on Monday Night Raw.
Over the last several weeks, the WWE Universe and the Raw Women’s Division have been warned, and this Monday, “The Nightmare” Rhea Ripley will finally arrive on Raw.
Will Ripley be looking to put the red brand on notice right off the bat?
Find out this Monday on Raw live at 8/7 C on USA Network!
Keith Lee Comments on His Recent Lack of Appearances in WWE
Keith Lee has been absent from WWE television since the February 8th episode of RAW. Lee was originally scheduled to compete at last month’s Elimination Chamber 2021 event but was pulled prior to the start of the show due to an unknown injury.
Lee recently provided an update on Twitter that mentioned his appreciation for the support he has been receiving from his fans and he will provide details regarding his current situation in the future.
I hear many of you. I see many of the messages. One day, I will explain it all for the ones true to me.
For now, know that I more than appreciate the continued support.
And WHEN I return, it will be filled with all the love I have for those that represent this #LEEGION
— Impatient Lee (@RealKeithLee) March 18, 2021
PWInsider’s Mike Johnson reported that WWE officials currently do not have any plans for Lee’s return at the moment.
WWE Issues Statement on WWE Network Ending in the US & Update on PPVs Airing Status on Peacock
WWE recently sent emails to WWE Network subscribers informing them of the upcoming shut down of their service in the United States. The email also stated that another official email will be arriving in the coming days providing more details regarding the WWE Network’s shutdown on April 5th.
WWE Network is moving, and beginning April 5, it will be exclusively available on Peacock in the U.S. As a result, your current WWE Network subscription will expire at the end of this billing cycle and will not renew.
To continue watching WWE Network after your subscription expires, you’ll need to sign up for Peacock. With Peacock Premium, you’ll be able to stream every live WWE pay-per-view event – including WrestleMania on April 10 & 11 – along with your favorite WWE shows. Plus, you’ll get access to tons of hit movies and series, exclusive Peacock Originals, live sports, and so much more – all on Peacock!
We’ll send you another email with more details in the coming days. In the meantime, you can access WWE Network as you always have until your current subscription ends.
WWE Network Support
PWInsider’s Mike Johnson reported that a Peacock PR representative recently spoken to stated that commercial breaks will not be inserted for live WWE pay-per-view events that air on the service. WWE events and programming that airs on the service’s On Demand section however will feature commercial breaks inserted into the broadcast.