“WWE Monday Night Raw” comes to the WWE Universe this week in one of the two final shows before “Wrestlemania 30.” According to WWE.com on March 23, both The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar will show up on this week’s “WWE Monday Night Raw” to face off before their big match.
The site mentions that the outcome of last week’s brutal attack by Triple H on Daniel Bryan will be addressed and Bryan’s status of his injury will be updated. Arnold Schwarzenegger will appear on “WWE Monday Night Raw” with his “Sabotage” cast mate Joe Manganiello and Scooby Doo.
Also up is The Shield’s feud with Kane and the New Age Outlaws, more news about the Andre the Giant battle royal and more. Here are five things to watch for on this week’s episode of “WWE Monday Night Raw.”
Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H
The biggest story in the WWE is about Daniel Bryan and his chase for the WWE World Championship. The only way to get it is to beat Triple H and then win in the triple threat match at “Wrestlemania 30.” Last week, Triple H beat down Bryan in one of the most disturbing segments in the WWE in a long time. It will be interesting to see how the WWE follows up on that this week on “WWE Monday Night Raw.”
The Shield vs. Kane
The Shield has suddenly turned good, just a few weeks after it looked like they were breaking up. Rumors are that they are still together because The New Age Outlaws wanted to work with them before they split up. Last week, The Shield triple powerbombed Kane and then on Friday night, the Outlaws helped Kane beat down The Shield. Things are just getting heated up now.
Battle Royal Update
There have been a lot of people signing up for the Andre the Giant Memorial battle royal and each show since they introduced it, the WWE has put on multi-man matches to prepare for it. Big Show seems the clear favorite but will anyone else step up this week?
John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt
John Cena has been fighting Erick Rowan and Luke Harper but his big match is at “Wrestlemania 30” against Bray Wyatt. It seems like Wyatt has gotten into Cena’s head because his plan is to discredit Cena’s legacy and bring fans to his side. Their promos have been great and there should be another one this week on “WWE Monday Night Raw.”
Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar
The last time Brock Lesnar and Undertaker faced off, Undertaker jammed a pen through Lesnar’s hand to sign their contract. This week, the two will meet up face-to-face again. Will Brock Lesnar get revenge? “WWE Monday Night Raw” airs at 8 p.m. EST on USA Network.