It's WrestleMania season and with just under two weeks left until the big PPV, Monday Night Raw is becoming more and more important with each passing episode.
During last night's show, we found out who Kevin Owens will be facing at WrestleMania, what will happen to The Undertaker if he loses and also just how heated things are getting between Roman Reigns and Triple H.
There is now just one more Raw before WrestleMania, so what were the talking points from last night's show?
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Here are just three highlights from the night in Philly.
1) Roman Reigns Getting Physical
It all started a few weeks ago when Triple H dismantled Roman Reigns and busted his face wide open.
Since then, however, Roman Reigns has been the one looking strong going into WrestleMania. Last week he busted Triple H open on the side of his head and also shattered glass into his back after hitting him with a TV monitor.
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This week saw a brief glimpse of the two going at it again, this time in the parking lot.
With Triple H and Stephanie McMahon trying to evacuate the building, they were halted by Roman, who dragged the champion out of the car and tossed him around a bit.
Eventually, The Game pushed Reigns off him and escaped from the building.
Once again, Triple H is selling well and making Reigns look strong ahead of the big event.
2) Seven-Man Ladder Match
There is always a massive ladder match at WrestleMania these days and this event will be no different.
Kevin Owens will defend his Intercontinental title against six other men in a ladder match.
The IC champion will be joined by Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Zac Ryder, Stardust, Sin Cara and Sami Zayn.
It looked like it would just be a fatal-four way match going into WrestleMania, but after Owens tried to be clever last night, his plan backfired and now he has to go up against six others in order to retain his title.
3) Win or Bust for Undertaker
So it seemed that all the pressure was on Shane McMahon going into WrestleMania. He had to win if he wanted to gain control of Monday Night Raw.
However, Vince McMahon has piled the pressure onto The Undertaker now after confirming it will be his last Wrestlemania should he lose to Shane in the Hell in a Cell match.
Shane-O-Mac and The Undertaker have come to blows once in the build up, last week after he called the Deadman Vince's bitch, but it looks like we will have to wait until the big event to see the two go at it properly.
Will Shane be the new owner of Monday Night Raw? Will it be The Undertaker's last WrestleMania?
We will find out in 12 days time.
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