According to an Apr. 7 report from MStarz.com, tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw is set to air live from the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, and its expected to feature plenty of key storylines regarding the matches that took place last night at Wrestlemania 30.
The "elephant in the room" tonight at the Smoothie King Center is sure to be the fact that The Undertaker's 21-match Wrestlemania streak came to an end during last night's Wrestlemania event, so the WWE will likely address that issue in the opening segment of WWE Monday Night Raw.
There's no word yet if The Undertaker's loss to Brock Lesnar means he's retiring, or if he'll be back at next year's Wrestlemania.
The WWE will probably address that situation in the opening minutes of tonight's program.
Rumor has it that Sting will be appearing on tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, to begin drumming up support for a possible battle against The Undertaker at next year's Wrestlemania.
Sting, 55, spent the majority of his career under the TNA banner. While he's past his prime as a pro wrestler, it'll still be nice to see him competing for the WWE. Sting is perhaps the most popular wrestler to have never performed under the WWE banner.
The WWE Monday Night Raw episodes following Wrestlemania are always filled with wacky surprises, and tonight's episode will likely deliver some of the most interesting twists and turns the WWE has ever seen.
Since The Undertaker losing to Lesnar was one of the most shocking moments in Wrestlemania history, the WWE has a lot of explaining to do and a lot of storylines to tie up in the weeks ahead.
Besides the fallout from The Undertaker's loss, the WWE will also probably address the rumored split between Jack Swagger and Cesaro of The Real Americans. Cesaro won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal and he's expected to get a nice push as a singles star, so there's a good chance The Real Americans split for good in the weeks ahead.