On Saturday, November 20th, the brand-new UBS Arena in Long Island, New York will officially open and just nine days later, the WWE will be holding their first show at the venue, which will be a live RAW episode on Monday, November 29th. An announcement was recently made by the UBS Arena that "The Tribal Chief" WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns had been added to the show and will now be appearing live.
The show has been suffering in ticket sales, which is possibly the main reason for Reigns to be added to the live episode of RAW. There's no word yet on if the WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns will be appearing on the actual live broadcast of RAW or if he will just be making an appearance for the fans in attendance during a dark segment, but updates will be provided as it becomes available.
There is also no word yet on if SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos will be appearing on WWE Monday Night RAW that night with The Head Of The Table. This episode of RAW will take place eight days after the WWE Survivor Series PPV Event on Sunday, November 21st in Brooklyn. AEW will then be there a week later on Wednesday, December 8th for a live episode of Dynamite.
WrestleTix recently took to Twitter and noted that WWE just sold a little over 2,700 tickets for RAW, while AEW sold a little over 7,300 tickets for Dynamite.
You can check out the announcement below:
🔥 JUST ANNOUNCED: “The Head of the Table” Universal Champion @WWERomanReigns will be live at UBS Arena for @WWE Monday Night RAW on 11/29! #WWERAW #WWELongIsland
Get tickets now: https://t.co/FB7tXI4zTw pic.twitter.com/eowx5N6gF2
— UBS Arena (@UBSArena) October 12, 2021