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WWE Monday Night Raw to feature Arnold Schwarzenegger appearance

According to a March 24 report from Sky Sports, tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw will feature a rare Arnold Schwarzenegger appearance.

Schwarzenegger, 66, will be on hand at WWE Monday Night Raw to promote his new movie, Sabotage.

WWE Monday Night Raw, which will be filmed live on March 24 from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, airs at 8 p.m. on the USA Network.

Besides Schwarzenegger's appearance, tonight's episode should dip into several key storylines surrounding WWE Universe.

The WWE is just a couple weeks away from Wrestlemania XXX, so the promotion needs to tie up some loose ends in the storylines regarding the main card bouts scheduled for the event.

Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker will battle each other at Wrestlemania XXX, so tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw is expected to feature a clash between them.

Lesnar and The Undertaker probably won't fight each other tonight, but there will definitely be some back-and-forth verbal jabs to hype their upcoming Wrestlemania XXX collision.

Also on the WWE Monday Night Raw card slated for Brooklyn, The Shield is expected to seek revenge on Kane and The New Age Outlaws.

This could be the week that The Shield finally breaks up, as the WWE has been teasing their split for months.

Tonight on WWE Monday Night Raw, it's also expected that Daniel Bryan will confront Triple H and The Authority.

Last week's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw wrapped up with Bryan taking a vicious beating from Triple H, so tonight he'll likely address that situation.

Here's a look at some key storylines to watch on tonight's WWE Monday Night Raw in Brooklyn:

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger to make guest appearance
  • Will The Undertaker address Brock Lesnar?
  • Will The Shield split up?
  • Kane and The New Age Outlaws to collide with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose?
  • Will Daniel Bryan confront Triple H?
  • Which WWE Divas will be in action tonight?
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