WWE Rumors: ‘Major Angle’ Set For Tonight’s ‘Raw’ – Return Of Sting, Fallout From Brock Lesnar Vs. Undertaker At ‘SummerSlam’

On Sunday night, WWE presented a four-hour SummerSlam that brought about new champions and a controversial main event. There was even a big heel turn during the WWE Title match that resulted in a huge loss for John Cena to Seth Rollins. Now, a “major angle” is being rumored for tonight’s Monday Night Raw, and its possible that Sting could finally make his long-awaited return.

Right now, the backstage rumors floating revolve around a huge angle of some sort taking place during Monday Night Raw at the Barclays Center. WrestleZone reports that this is normal the past few years, and this year is going to be no different with SummerSlam done and out of the way.

As it stands, there are two big things that the “major angle” could revolve around on tonight’s Raw. The first is the return of Sting, but that is a happening that needs to be seen in order to be fully believed.

Sting was rumored for weeks to be a part of SummerSlam, whether it was a match or getting involved in a big feud or something. Then, he was pulled from it all and only showed up at the fan experience, but then left for other commitments.

It’s not known if he will get involved in something dealing with The Wyatt Family or The Undertaker, but there is a very good chance Sting shows up on Raw. He only had to go out to Chicago on Saturday so he could already be back in New York and ready for tonight.

Many believe that Sting will be a part of Night of Champions, but what title could be possible go after?

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Speaking of The Undertaker, he could have something big to do with the “major angle” on Raw.

For those that saw SummerSlam, the ending of the main event is one that has a lot of controversy surrounding it. As reported by WWE, The Undertaker did indeed pick up the victory over Brock Lesnar, but he really kind of didn’t.

Lesnar had the Kimura locked in on Undertaker and the Deadman tapped out, but the ref didn’t see it. The timekeeper rang the bell to end the match, but the referee didn’t accept that decision since he didn’t call for it.

Undertaker low-blowed Lesnar, locked in the Hell’s Gate, and forced Lesnar to pass out. Undertaker picks up the win, and Paul Heyman rightfully loses his mind. The Undertaker is scheduled to be sticking around at least into October for WWE, so this could set up a third match to determine the final victor in the series.

Then again, The Undertaker has already been teased for Survivor Series in November, and that could eventually set up a match with Sting. That could get underway on Monday Night Raw, but only time will tell and tonight is coming soon.

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