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'WWE Monday Night Raw' live stream and preview: 'Royal Rumble' fall out

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The WWE officially started their Road to Wrestlemania with the 2014 WWE "Royal Rumble" on Jan. 26. The show ended as expected with Batista winning the Rumble match and becoming the new number one contender to the WWE World Championship. Here is a look at the "WWE Monday Night Raw" live stream preview.

  • Date: Jan. 27
  • Time: 8 p.m. EST
  • TV: USA Network
  • Live Stream: Hulu Plus

The big question heading into tonight's "WWE Monday Night Raw" episode is whether or not the WWE will react to the powerful crowd response last night when they wanted Daniel Bryan in the Royal Rumble match and reacted poorly when it didn't happen.

Batista won the Rumble match and will now be in the main event of "Wrestlemania 30" against whoever the WWE World Champion is walking in. At the moment, that is Randy Orton, so it will be interesting to see the two interact tonight. It also can't be overlooked that Brock Lesnar wants a title shot as well, so he won't let Orton forget that he is waiting as well after destroying Big Show last night.

Sheamus also made his return last night at the "Royal Rumble," so it will be interesting to see what his goals are now that he is back in a very different looking WWE.

The two biggest factions in the WWE also had big moments last night. The Wyatt Family started off strong when Bray Wyatt best Daniel Bryan in the best match of the night and then they attacked John Cena, causing him to lose in the WWE world title match.

The second faction, The Shield, had a tough moment when Roman Reigns eliminated both of his partners in the Rumble match before finally facing Batista as the final two. It will be interesting to see how Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins react to their eliminations.

The "WWE Monday Night Raw" live stream kicks off at 8 p.m. EST.

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