According to a July 14 report from Cageside Seats, Chris Jericho continued his feud with Bray Wyatt on tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw. The episode, which airs at 8 p.m on the USA Network, is expected to feature plenty of build for the upcoming WWE Battleground pay-per-view, which goes down later this month in Tampa. Since Jericho and Wyatt are slated to collide at Battleground, the WWE is working hard to hype the drama to the max.
Elsewhere on WWE Monday Night Raw, Ric Flair is confirmed to appear. The WWE hasn't announced what exactly Flair will be doing on the show, but it will likely be some kind of guest hosting and commentary role. Flair is semi-retired from active competition, so it's unlikely he'll be competing in an actual match. However, he does break out some moves every now and then. In fact, he threw a punch at Wyatt earlier this week at a house show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
While Flair is absolutely confirmed to appear tonight on WWE Monday Night Raw, another pro wrestling legend is rumored to be making a cameo. Last week, former TNA superstar, Sting, tweeted the date, July 14, 2014. He didn't provide any explanation what was meant by it, so WWE Universe speculated that he would be appearing on the WWE Monday Night Raw episode in Virginia. Sting's tweet may have something to do with the WWE's forthcoming video game, or it might mean that he'll be in attendance in Virginia.
In other action, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon return to action after being off last week. McMahon and Triple H were on vacation during last week's episode of Monday Night Raw, so not much went down as far as progression in the storylines. This week should be much different, being that its the Battleground go-home show. Elsewhere on the card, John Cena, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose will face off with Randy Orton, Kane and Seth Rollins.
Obviously, tonight's WWE Monday Night Raw is a must-watch. With the possibility of Flair, Jericho and Sting all on the same bill for the first time ever, WWE fans will not want to miss it. Sting is perhaps the most popular wrestler to have never competed under the WWE banner, and Flair is one of the greatest of all-time.