Here is WWE.com’s five point RAW preview…
Arnold isn’t the only dignitary stopping by Raw this week: Scooby-Doo himself is
set to swing by WWE’s flagship show with The Mystery Machine in tow. The famous
pooch is already getting into WWE-flavored misadventures in “Scooby-Doo!
WrestleMania Mystery,” but what trouble will he cause when he shows up in the
flesh … er, fur, on Monday night?
Justice For All: Looks like
The Shield’s brand of justice isn’t limited to the fan favorites of the WWE
locker room: The Hounds of Justice turned their fangs on WWE Director
of Operations Kane last Monday on Raw, and lost an opportunity to become No. 1
contenders for the WWE Tag Team Championships on SmackDown courtesy of The Big
Red Monster and none other than The New Age Outlaws. The one thing The Shield
loves best is an enemy, and now they have one. The only questions left are who
exactly orchestrated the ambush … and how will they be dealt
We’re tellin’ y’all it’s ‘Sabotage’: Arnold
Schwarzenegger is back on Raw, and he brought some extra muscle with him. Joined
by “Sabotage” co-star (and noted WWE fan) Joe Manganiello, Schwarzenegger is set
to make his grand return to a WWE ring and anticipation is running high. With
Manganiello at his side, anything can happen. Not gonna lie, we’re looking
forward to this one.
‘There is no ‘Yes!’ Movement!’:
In a career of statement beatings, Triple H may have topped himself last week
when he hired a crew of fake police officers to handcuff Daniel Bryan and (with
Stephanie McMahon’s help) and beat him motionless, injuring the “Yes!” man’s
shoulder en route to sending him out of the arena on a stretcher. Bryan
amazingly gutted through the excruciating pain at WWE Live Events this weekend,
but with The Game’s decree that the winner of their match joining the WWE World
Heavyweight Title contest at The Show of Shows, clearly something special will
be required of Bryan. Can he deliver when it matters most?
Beast and The Phenom: Paul Heyman has certainly made use of his famous
speechifying the last couple of weeks, imploring The Undertaker to abandon his
match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania — to prevent The Deadman’s ultimate
annihilation and the subsequent snap of The Streak. The Phenom materialized on
WWE Main Event to warn Heyman he’d be coming for Brock on Raw, and it was
confirmed on SmackDown that The Anomaly would be in Brooklyn as well . What will
go down when the two titans meet for the first time since their explosive
contract signing? Tune in Monday at 8/7 CT on USA Network to find out, and be
sure to watch the WWE Network’s live Raw Pre-Show at 7:30 ET and Backstage Pass
after the show!