Monday's episode of RAW will be live from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. With only three RAWs left until WrestleMania 30, the WWE will continue to push the top feuds and shape the rest of the PPV's undercard. This push toward WrestleMania begins with the top storyline of Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker. According to a March 17 report by Wrestlezone.com, The Undertaker is set to appear on RAW and continue his feud with his Brock Lesnar. However, Lesnar is not expected to be at RAW.
Last week on RAW, The Undertaker came out to the ring to cut a promo but was interrupted by Paul Heyman, Lesnar's manager. The WWE is teasing another potential encounter between the two.
Another major storyline advertised for tonight's RAW is how Triple H will address Daniel Bryan's "occupy RAW" movement from last week. Bryan and his followers occupied the ring and wouldn't let the show continue until HHH came out and listened to Bryan's demands. Ultimately, Daniel forced HHH to accept a match at WM 30 with the stipulation that if he won, HHH would put Bryan in the world title match at Mania. HHH promised on Friday's SmackDown that he will deal with Bryan tonight on RAW.
Also on last Friday's SmackDown, The Shield refused to help Kane during his match against The Big Show. For the first time, The Shield refused to do what The Authority has directed them to do. WWE is teasing a reprisal from Kane.
Other storylines expected to be addressed on the March 17 episode of RAW are:
- The feud between John Cena and Bray Wyatt
- The latest entrants into the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
- What's next for Batista and Randy Orton
- The mounting tension between Cesaro and Jack Swagger
As of now, there are no official matches announced for RAW. The WWE is also expected to announce another inductee into the 2014 HOF class.
Are you readers excited about tonight's episode of RAW?