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WWE Monday Night Raw preview: Wyatt Family continues to torment John Cena

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WWE Monday Night Raw” is heading to South Carolina tonight and the youth movement appears to be in full force. The two biggest storylines heading into the big show are Kane’s chase of Daniel Bryan’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship and The Wyatt Family’s continued tormenting of John Cena. According to on Monday, Bray Wyatt will be at “Raw” and has plans to continue to make Cena’s life a living hell. Here is a look at the “WWE Monday Night Raw” preview.

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Cena beat Wyatt at “Wrestlemania 30,” but Wyatt used underhanded tactics to get the win back at “Extreme Rules.” The two men appear headed for a rubber match at “WWE Payback” and Wyatt continues to torment Cena as he continues to steal even more of Cena’s fans. Expect the two men to clash once again this week after Cena missed “Raw” last week.

The other big feud is between Daniel Bryan and his former tag team partner Kane. With Kane reverting into the monster, he has been hunting for Bryan and his wife Brie Bella and Bryan has been running for his life. While that does not look like a strong champion, some argue that he is protecting his wife. However, Bryan needs to make a strong showing against Kane soon or fans might start to turn on the new champion.

Making his debut last week was NXT star Adam Rose. While the fans on “Raw” were not as excited to see him as those in NXT, he is one of the most interesting characters to come along in awhile. He should be back tonight to continue his feud with Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger. Expect the Real Americans to look for revenge after Rose insulted Colter last week.

Also, last week Evolution and The Shield clashed once again, and this time Evolution stood tall. On “Raw,” Triple H booked a match that cost Dean Ambrose his U.S. title. On “Smackdown,” Triple H forced each member of The Shield into singles matches. What will Triple H have planned for The Shield this week? “WWE Monday Night Raw” airs at 8 p.m. EST on the USA Network.