Tonight's Monday Night Raw takes place at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York.
Some of the Superstars advertised on their official site include John Cena, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Bray Wyatt, Sheamus, New Day, The Dudley Boyz as well as a whole host of other WWE superstars and divas.
As of now, no matches have been advertised for tonight's episode but WWE.com's five-point-preview focuses on these key points:
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- What's next for the Divas revolution?
- Who will challenge for the U.S. Title in the John Cena U.S. Open Challenge?
- Should Randy Orton fear what the Wyatt Family are planning next?
- Is Kane suffering from split personality disorder or is his behavior part of a larger plan that is yet to be revealed?
- What message will Big Show deliver on Raw, less than one week before Big Show's anticipated collision with The Beast Incarnate?
The Divas revolution segment will obviously be dealing with the fallout of Paige's pipebomb promo last week on Raw where the Brit spoke her mind about the Divas of the current generation and, in the process, turned heel.
This segment will surely be dealing with the issues that the Queen of Harts Natalya has with Paige after Paige slapped her on last weeks edition of Smackdown.
At this point, who knows who could face John Cena for the U.S. Championship as in previous open challenges he has defended against all manner of competitors including; Dean Ambrose, NXT superstar Sami Zayn and even Zack Ryder.
We can only hope that the Open Challenge will deliver as much as the numerous previous editions have.
Scores to settle
The next two points are obviously hinting towards possible matches for the next Pay-Per-View (or Network Special as they are now apparently called) Hell in a Cell.
Kane's attacks on Seth Rollins are leading to a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match-up as Brock Lesnar and Undertaker are main-eventing the show. It is also expected that Randy Orton's continued involvement in the Wyatt Family and Dean Ambrose/Roman Reigns feud will lead to a big six-man tag match at Hell in a Cell.
The last point infers that Big Show will deliver a message to Brock Lesnar and this immediately makes us think that Brock Lesnar has a chance of showing up on Raw.
He most probably won't as he has not been advertised ahead of time on the arena's website but it would be fun if Paul Heyman made an appearance to help try and sell their main event match up at MSG.