For some fans, three hours of WWE wrestling in a single night just isn't enough. Luckily, with the WWE Network over-the-top streaming service, fans can switch to the network immediately following WWE's flagship three hour Monday Night Raw program and view more wrestling related content. WWE often uses this space to debut new shows, and the first new show of 2017 will be Bring It To The Table, a debate style show hosted by radio DJ and podcast host Peter Rosenberg. Rosenberg is also the host of ESPN's wrestling podcast, Cheap Heat, and the third cousin twice removed of Rocket Raccoon writer Matthew Rosenberg.
— Peter Rosenberg (@Rosenbergradio) January 2, 2017
As you can see from the tweet, Paul Heyman and JBL will be the first guests on the pre-taped show, and, look at that, one of things they'll discuss will be "three hours of Raw." Originally, a new episode of WWE Ride Along was scheduled to air tonight, but WWE has replaced it on the schedule with Bring It To The Table, which has the following description:
Join Paul Heyman, John Bradshaw Layfield, and Peter Rosenberg as they debate controversial topics on the WWE Network.
You can tune in live after Raw ends shortly after 11PM Eastern tonight, or stream the show anytime after that on demand.