“WWE Monday Night Raw” will follow up last week’s explosive storyline where The Big Show knocked out WWE COO Triple H to end the show. Here is a look at the “WWE Monday Night Raw” preview where WWE.com reported on Oct. 14 that Stephanie McMahon might be out for revenge this week.
Of course, the knockout punch came after Stephanie fired Big Show, so the questions remain concerning how he got back into the building to begin with and why security never showed up to stop him. What she has planned now for Big Show, since he was fired, is the big question as well as how she will treat Daniel Bryan, who mocked Triple H after the knockout punch.
Last week, it also looked like Bray Wyatt and The Miz were about to start feuding, but an injured leg over the weekend might have cost Wyatt some time. Will this fresh feud continue tonight? Also, Kane has wrapped filming “See No Evil 2,” so his return should also be imminent. Will he return to fight Wyatt or join the Wyatt Family?
CM Punk and Paul Heyman are still on a crash course for a confrontation, and after Punk and R-Truth beat Heyman’s Guys last week, what will the evil mastermind have in his bag of tricks this week?
Also, last week Vickie Guerrero announced that John Cena was coming back three months earlier than expected from his surgery and will face Alberto Del Rio for the world championship. With Del Rio injuring people’s arms recent, and Cena coming off of arm surgery, how will Del Rio respond tonight?
Finally, the biggest announcement last week was that Shawn Michaels was planning to be the special guest referee for the Hell in a Cell match between Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan. With Michaels as Triple H’s best friend, but also the man who trained Daniel Bryan, what are his plans and will he be at “Raw” tonight to talk to the crowd?
“WWE Monday Night Raw” airs at 8 p.m. EST on USA.