Due to the volcano erupting overseas this week, the WWE crews have experienced some major travel problems as they have been wrapping up the European tour.
Monday night’s RAW is in jeopardy of happening as planned. WWE has informed the arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey that RAW is still planned to take place as scheduled. The SmackDown crew was able to get flights out of Spain and will be in the United States in time for RAW. It’s possible the SmackDown crew will have to be in the building for RAW on Monday night.
The RAW crew is still in the UK and if they can’t make it back to the US in time for RAW on Monday night, it’s possible that they will film interviews with certain stars and air them on TV while the SmackDown crew wrestles on TV. There is a flight ban in the UK that has been extended until 7pm local time on Sunday, making it even harder for the RAW crew to get back in time for the show on Monday night.