"WWE Monday Night Raw" will feature the outcome of the big "Night of Champions" pay-per-view event, as Daniel Bryan beat Randy Orton for the WWE Championship on Sept. 15. What will Triple H do now that Bryan has finally won the championship?
Anyone who has watched WWE wrestling for very long knows that things will not turn out well for Daniel Bryan. The fact that he won the belt thanks to a quick three count makes it look like Triple H will probably reverse the decision on "Raw" tonight. What will happen when Bryan and Triple H come face-to-face.
The angle where Cody Rhodes was fired and Goldust was humiliated the next week has been running through "Raw" for weeks now. Tonight, their dad, "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, was invited to "Raw" by Stephanie McMahon for a "business proposition." What does the McMahon's have in store for Dusty Rhodes.
There appears to be a new "Paul Heyman Guy." While CM Punk was beating up Heyman last night at "Night of Champions," Ryback ran in and put Punk through a table, allowing Heyman to get the win. After Ryback and Heyman left together, the question now focuses on what they plan to do next.
Alberto Del Rio couldn't beat Rob Van Dam last night, but kept his title with a disqualification win. Their feud isn't over with yet, and it will be interesting to see what happens next.
Finally, The Shield held onto their titles last night and look to continue to roll. Aiding aiding Triple H and Randy Orton for a few weeks now, they have made some big enemies, including Dolph Ziggler and The Big Show. Will one of these men step up against The Shield tonight?
"WWE Monday Night Raw" airs at 8 p.m. EST on USA.