Tonight’s installment of WWE Monday Night RAW will be live at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri, and is the final RAW before the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, which can be seen on the WWE Network this coming Sunday for only $9.99.
It was reported last week that WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair would be appearing on RAW, however Flair was cut from the show after the RAW script was rewritten. Just like last week, it’s been reported that Flair will be appearing tonight’s edition of RAW, but it’s unclear what his role will be.
The “Nature Boy” isn’t the only WWE Hall of Famer that is scheduled to be appearing on tonight’s RAW, as the Sprint Center posted on their Facebook page that WWE legend Hulk Hogan will be “in the house” for RAW tonight. Like Flair, it’s unclear what Hogan will be doing, but it’s likely he will be there to promote the Susan G. Komen foundation much like he did on the September 29 edition of RAW.
There’s a small chance that Ryback could be making his return to RAW tonight and partner up with his long-time tag-team partner Curtis Axel. Ryback has been out of WWE since August, when he announced he needed multiple surgeries.
If Ryback and Axel do not make their return tonight, PWInsider’s Mike Johnson has reported that both Ryback and Axel are expected to be back in WWE within the next month.
Rusev and Big Show will take the next step in their current feud on tonight’s RAW. Last week, it appeared that Rusev had Big Show beat, but Mark Henry interfered and caused a disqualification. On last Friday’s SmackDown, Big Show asked Mark Henry to let him handle Rusev himself, and as a result, Henry could be turning on the Big Show in the near future.
Tonight’s RAW main event will see John Cena and Dean Ambrose teaming up to take on the trio of Randy Orton, Kane, and Seth Rollins in a street fight.
Triple H announced in his weekly interview with Michael Cole on WWE.com that he is bringing Hell in a Cell to RAW.
It’s unlikely that the main event street fight will be changed to a Hell in a Cell handicap match, but the cell will likely be lowered at some point during the main event.
WWE RAW goes live tonight at 8 p.m. eastern time on the USA Network.
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