Some fans of professional wrestling and in particular WWE's Monday Night Raw may have started to notice something missed from the television program the past few weeks. Back in August, WWE launched a new form of the show in WWE RAW Underground

 

 

 

According to a report from Wrestling Observer Live's video below, WWE RAW Underground is cancelled.

 

 

Host Bryan Alvarez explains in the above video some of the reasons including:

There concern is if something happens with RAW Underground then if there is individuals from all three brands involved, like this could take down RAW, Smackdown, NXT and the performance center.

The "concern" Alvarez is discussing is a potential COVID-19 break out during the segment. As you can see in the above video, the setup for RAW Underground is individuals in tight spaces with no one wearing a mask.

Is WWE making the right decision moving away from RAW Underground? What will the legacy of this new venture attempted by WWE be in a few years? You can let us know by downloading the FREE 104.5 The Team app and leaving a message there.

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