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‘WWE Monday Night Raw’ preview: ‘Extreme Rules’ aftermath

‘WWE Monday Night Raw’ preview: 05.05.14
‘WWE Monday Night Raw’ preview: 05.05.14
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WWE held their “Extreme Rules” pay-per-view on Sunday night and only one title changed hands, but a lot of storylines made progress. On “WWE Monday Night Raw” tonight, the fallout from the big card should be felt. Here is a look at the “WWE Monday Night Raw” preview based on Sunday night’s “Extreme Rules” results.

Stephanie McMahon tried to convince Daniel Bryan to vacate his WWE World Heavyweight Championship to protect himself from the rage of Kane. Bryan refused and fought a hard match that started in the ring, went to the back and into the parking garage, and then back to the ring. There was kendo sticks, tables, chairs, tire irons, a forklift and a flaming table, but Bryan finally pinned Kane to hold on to his title.

Kane rose after the match and brought the fire, so it looks like he may not be finished with Daniel Bryan. After “Extreme Rules,” Bryan said he may not be finished with Kane either. “WWE Monday Night Raw” will determine whether or not the Daniel Bryan vs. Kane feud continues or not.

The second big occurrence at “Extreme Rules” saw The Shield beat Evolution when Roman Reigns pinned Batista while Seth Rollins took a suicide dive from the upper deck onto Triple H and Randy Orton. With Batista probably leaving the WWE after next week, tonight’s “WWE Monday Night Raw” will see what is next for the Hounds of Justice.

John Cena faced Bray Wyatt in a steel cage and lost. Cena had numerous chances to win but couldn't overcome The Wyatt Family and it was finally a young boy singing Wyatt's song at the door to the cage that shook up Cena long enough for Wyatt to win. How will Cena react to the shocking loss at "WWE Monday Night Raw?"

Bad News Barrett beat Big E for the Intercontinental Championship at “Extreme Rules.” With the fans solidly in his corner, and his bad news gimmick really over with the crowd, will this fourth Intercontinental title rein end up more memorable than the first three. Also on hand tonight, Paige beat Tamina to keep her Divas title. What is next for the British star? “WWE Monday Night Raw” airs at 8 p.m. EST on the USA Network.