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‘WWE Monday Night Raw’: Undertaker returns plus 5 things to watch out for

‘WWE Monday Night Raw’ 5 things: 3.10.14
‘WWE Monday Night Raw’ 5 things: 3.10.14
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The WWE announced on March 10 that The Undertaker will return to “WWE Monday Night Raw” on tonight’s show to answer Brock Lesnar’s promo from last week. Here is a look at what The Undertaker might have planned plus five more things to watch for on tonight’s big episode of “WWE Monday Night Raw.”

Two weeks ago, The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar signed a contract to fight at “Wrestlemania 30.” The contract signing ended with Undertaker jamming the pen through Lesnar’s hand and signing it in his opponent’s blood. Last week, Lesnar said he was going to end the streak and tonight The Undertaker returns to possibly say the first words he has spoken to the WWE Universe in almost a year.

With Undertaker coming back to “WWE Monday Night Raw,” here are five other things fans can watch out for on tonight’s show.

1. Hulk Hogan is also scheduled to appear.

Hulk Hogan was also announced by the WWE to appear on tonight’s big show. With him hosting “Wrestlemania 30,” this might be the opportunity to see if there might be something else in store for the WWE Hall of Fame legend heading into the big weekend. Hogan says he has a big announcement, so what could that be?

2. Can The Shield keep it together?

Every week, it seems The Shield is on the verge of breaking up. First, it was Dean Ambrose disappearing in their big match with The Wyatt Family and then walking out on the group during interviews. Last week, it was Seth Rollins refusing to tag in and walking off, telling Roman Reigns that he was tired of being the glue and then watching his partners get beat down and lose. Will this be the week things finally shatter for The Shield or will they find a way to make it work?

3. What is next for John Cena and The Wyatt Family?

John Cena suffered a minor groin injury at the hands of The Wyatt Family two weeks ago, and while the Wyatt Family celebrated the accomplishment, Cena said he won’t let it slow him down as he heads into “Wrestlemania 30” to battle Bray Wyatt one-on-one. Will the two sides meet up again tonight, and if they do what will they have to say?

4. Is this the week The Real Americans finally implode?

The one-time solid unit of The Real Americans has started to break down lately and they seem to be more interested in one-upping each other and costing each other their matches. It looks like the tag team is headed for a breakup and the obvious result will be a three-way for Big E’s Intercontinental title at “Wrestlemania 30.” Will tonight’s episode of “WWE Monday Night Raw” be where things finally implode?

5. Will Triple H finally accept Daniel Bryan’s challenge?

The biggest story heading into “Wrestlemania 30” is all about Daniel Bryan and Triple H. The two are on a crash course for a fight, but Triple H keeps refusing Bryan’s challenge. After two straight matches where Bryan proved he could match up with Batista, and last week’s “WWE Monday Night Raw” episode where he kicked Triple H in the head, will he finally get his match accepted this week or will Triple H keep ducking him?

“WWE Monday Night Raw” airs at 8 p.m. EST on the USA Network. The pre-coverage “WWE Monday Night Raw” live stream kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and the post-show starts at 11 p.m., both on the WWE Network.