Last week on "WWE Monday Night Raw," Daniel Bryan set up an "Occupy Raw" movement that brought the show to a halt until Triple H agreed to face him at "Wrestlemania 30." According to WWE.com, Triple H will be looking to make a statement in response. Here is a look at this week's "WWE Monday Night Raw" preview as the aftermath of that event starts to take place.
Of course, the "Occupy Raw" movement saw Bryan call dozens of fans into the ring and he held "Raw" hostage until he got what he wanted. He wanted Triple H in a match at "Wrestlemania 30" and the stipulation that, if he won, he would get inserted into the WWE world title match with Randy Orton and Batista.
He got what he wanted and Triple H angrily left the arena before Orton and Batista could find him. What will the champion and challenger have to say this week, what will Triple H's reaction be and what do they have in store for Bryan tonight.
The Director of Operations, Kane, has also been having some trouble lately. He has not been able to order The Shield around as well as he would like and they threatened him last week on "WWE Monday Night Raw." Following that, they refused to help Kane on "WWE Smackdown" and then when Kane tried to choke slam Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns speared him and left him lying.
Kane will definitely have something to say about that on "WWE Monday Night Raw" tonight.
Also on tap for tonight's show is the continuation of the John Cena and Wyatt Family feud as well as more entrants into the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. "WWE Monday Night Raw" live stream preshow kicks off at 7:30 p.m. EST on the WWE Network and the actual show starts at 8 p.m. on USA.