A lot took place last night at WWE Hell In A Cell, but not all questions were answered. The biggest one is: where did the Wyatt Family take the Undertaker? Many are wondering that very thing, and what it means for the future of “The Deadman.” Tonight is Monday Night RAW, and it should bring some answers to that and other big happenings, like the return of Alberto Del Rio and what happens next with Brock Lesnar.
Once the match was over and Brock Lesnar walked away victorious over The Undertaker, the lights went out and the Wyatt Family emerged. All four of them — Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, Erik Rowan, Braun Strowman — walked down to the ring and destroyed the WWE legend.
After beating him down, as recapped by WWE.com, the Wyatt Family picked him up at the command of Bray Wyatt and brought him backstage. No-one knows what happened after the show went off the air, or what will happen tonight on RAW, but hopefully, there will be some answers.
WWE.com released their Five-Point Preview and asked the question: what does Wyatt want with the Undertaker?
Earlier this year, Bray Wyatt and The Undertaker feuded, and it culminated with a match at WrestleMania 31 that was won by the Deadman. Many believe this is setting up for a traditional elimination-tag match at Survivor Series, which is the 25th anniversary of The Undertaker’s debut.
Also, where does Brock Lesnar go from here? There’s been no word on whether he will be on RAW or not, but it’s time for the “Beast Incarnate” to move on. Rumor has it that he has no more televised dates in 2015, but things can always change.
Last night at Hell In A Cell, Alberto Del Rio shockingly returned to answer John Cena’s U.S. Open Challenge, and he easily won. After the match, Del Rio wanted to say nothing about his victory or his new alliance with a returning Zeb Colter. WWE.com wonders how Cena will come back.
“First and foremost, how will the Cenation leader respond to having his prize title ripped away from him? What brought Del Rio back to WWE, and why has he seemingly aligned himself with Colter, a man with a historically different point of view than that of The Essence of Excellence?”
It is known that John Cena is taking some time off, and he’ll be gone for around two months, with a return set for near the end of December. If Cena shows up on RAW, it will probably include an injury angle or him saying he’s disappointed in letting the fans down, so he needs to go away for a while.
Who’s next to spin into the contention in the Divas Revolution?
It appears as if WWE is finally moving away from Nikki Bella in the Divas Title picture after her loss to Charlotte last night. The next challenger is likely to step up, and many fans are hoping that it’s none other than Sasha Banks to do it.
What will happen to WWE without the Director of Operations?
After Demon Kane lost to Seth Rollins in the WWE Title match at Hell In A Cell, Corporate Kane lost his “Director of Operations” title and job. The Authority has now dwindled down to very few people, as J&J Security is gone, Kane is out, and the Big Show was kind of just tossed to the side.
It appears as if WWE is hinting that someone new will be appointed to fill Kane’s void or to be put into another role of some kind with The Authority.
Is Roman ready to reign?
After defeating Bray Wyatt in a brutal cell match, Roman Reigns appears to be heading back into the main event scene. It appears as if WWE is getting ready to bring him back up for another big push and even asks, “Will he set his sights back on his one-time brother-in-arms, Seth Rollins?”
Monday Night RAW should answer a number of questions regarding The Undertaker, Seth Rollins, Alberto Del Rio, Kane, and The Wyatt Family. After Hell In A Cell, it’s time to move on toward Survivor Series and whatever is to come next.
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