WWE invades Miami, FL at the American Airlines Arena for Monday Night Raw. Here is what’s on tap for tonight’s show:
* Fallout from the Battleground PPV
* More On Seth Rollins – Dean Ambrose feud
* Who is next in line for John Cena?
* Will Brock Lesnar appear on the show?
* What’s next for Roman Reigns, Randy Orton and Kane?
Talents that are advertised: John Cena, The Viper Randy Orton, The Shield, Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family, RVD and many more!
The dark match main event is John Cena & Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton & Seth Rollins in a Six Man Tag Team Match.
We will be providing live play-by-play coverage of Raw later tonight at 8PM EST.
Here is the official preview from WWE.com:
New extremes for Ambrose and Rollins?
Seth Rollins didn’t earn his victory over Dean Ambrose at WWE Battleground —The Lunatic Fringe was ejected from the building after ambushing Mr. Money in the Bank backstage— but he did earn his fair share of scrapes and bruises courtesy of his former “brother.” After Rollins was declared the victor via forfeit last night, Ambrose not only attacked his one-time ally to incite another pull-apart brawl, but launched a third strike from the trunk of Rollins’ own car!
Having failed to defeat Mr. Money in the Bank in an official WWE bout, Ambrose will no doubt be hungry for retribution against his Authority-aligned nemesis tonight in Miami.
The Intercontinental Title goes ‘Hollywood’
Does this mean we have to be subjected to another obnoxious “letter” from this preening egotist? Regardless of how the WWE Universe feels about The Miz these days, The Awesome One has captured the Intercontinental Championship for an impressive third time, outlasting (and arguably outsmarting) some of WWE’s most elite Superstars in a massive Battle Royal at WWE Battleground.
Given his tendency to boast since returning from the set of “The Marine 4: Moving Target,” one can only imagine how The Miz will commemorate his third Intercontinental Title reign. However, as the self-professed “A-Lister” ponders how to best pamper his “moneymaker” for his next close-up, he’d be wise to consider which Superstars will be eyeing his championship this week on Raw.
Y2J: Buzzard beater
Despite his incredible accomplishments as one of the most prolific competitors in sports-entertainment history, Chris Jericho might have faced his most unusual challenge last night when he battled the ruthless Bray Wyatt at WWE Battleground. Following weeks of mind games that made even the charismatic Fozzy frontman uneasy, Y2J’s experience enabled him to prevail when he silenced “The Man of 1,000 Truths” with an incredible Codebreaker.
Now that Jericho has defeated Wyatt — much to the delight of legions of Jerichoholics — how will The Eater of Worlds seek to spread his macabre message? Is Wyatt done preying on “the best in the world at what he does”?
Red, white and bruised
Resembling some bizarre, alternate ending to “Rocky IV,” the United States’ star-spangled hero, Jack Swagger, fell to “The Hero of the Russian Federation,” Rusev, at WWE Battleground, giving The Bulgarian Brute his most difficult battle before Swagger was counted out. After the match, Rusev continued to assert his dominance over his American foe when he locked an unconscious Swagger in the Accolade.
Even though Rusev’s victory over The Real American gave Lana some new fodder to proclaim Russia’s superiority over the United States, the American flag’s colors don’t run — and neither do Swagger and Zeb Colter. Will the Patriots unleash their counter-attack on Raw?
The Champ’s still here
If you witnessed the conclusion of Raw, you would have assumed that there’d be no way John Cena would be able to leave WWE Battleground with the WWE World Heavyweight Title. However, The Champ has made a career of defying expectations and beating the odds, so why stop now?
Despite The Authority’s plans to pry the championship from Cena’s grasp in last night’s Fatal 4-Way Match, Cena defeated Roman Reigns and two Authority-aligned Superstars, Randy Orton and Kane. When Cena sealed a victory by using an Attitude Adjustment to send The Viper crashing onto The Devil’s Favorite Demon, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon had to be squirming in their seats wherever they were.
With the Cenation leader still in possession of sports-entertainment’s most prestigious prize, how will The Authority responds on Raw? Also, what’s next for Reigns, who came closer than ever to winning his first World Championship in WWE?
Don’t miss Raw this Monday at 8/7 CT on USA Network, and be sure to tune in to the WWE Network for Raw Pre-Show at 7:30 ET and Backstage Pass immediately following the show!