Tonight’s RAW will be featuring the fallout of Big Show knocking out Triple H on last Monday’s edition of Raw. The show comes to you live from the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
With only two episodes of Raw left before the WWE’s second pay-per-view of the month, ‘Hell in a Cell’ expect new matches to be added and angles to be shown in anticipation of the big event.
Channel: USA Network
Where: Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
Five storylines to watch for via wwe.com:
The aforementioned KO Punch to Triple H wasn’t just a literal blow to The Authority’s figurehead; it was also a metaphorical barrage on the corporate king’s power. With The Game left in a litigious scuffle after Big Show’s attack, The Authority itself is open to an ambush in every sense of the word. The door is wide open for Daniel Bryan or anyone else to strike another crippling blow on the McMahon regime, but will Bryan pull the trigger? And if so, what is his plan?
Bray Wyatt and The Miz do not get along – that is for certain. Wyatt has chosen Miz as his next target. Miz has been a tougher competitor than most, but with Wyatt having both Erick Rowan & Luke Harper at his back, he may find a way to bring The Awesome One to heel yet. BUT Wyatt was reportedly injured and may be out a month, as he was seen needing help leaving the stage during the weekends WWE Live event according to F4WOnline.com
Heyman ensured a match between both CM Punk and Ryback for ‘Hell in a Cell’ but he just couldn’t get the job done on last Monday’s RAW when Ryback and Intercontinental Champion Curtis Axel fell to the impromptu team of Punk & R-Truth. Both of Heyman’s boys need a little morale booster, and smart money is on Ryback going after someone. The only question is who will that be?
John Cena was announced to be fighting Alberto Del Rio for the World Heavyweight Championship at Oct 27’s Hell in a Cell PPV to much surprise of fans during last Monday’s Raw. Cena underwent tricep surgery in late August – and is returning sooner than most expected. (Rumors are that Cena’s injury was not as bad as previously thought) Rumors are that Cena could return tonight to pump his match with ADR as Raw has seen low ratings. Will he? Or will we have to wait till the PPV to see the Champs return?
Shawn Michaels is the special guest referee for Daniel Bryan & Randy Orton’s WWE Championship rematch at – not to mention inside – Hell in a Cell. Now, here’s the interesting part: HBK trained Daniel Bryan but is also best friends with WWE COO Triple H, the man who very clearly wants Bryan tonotbe WWE Champion. The Showstopper has been in these precarious positions as a ref before – most recently at WrestleMania XXVIII, between The Game and The Undertaker – and has typically managed to call things down the middle. But if The King of Kings plays the friendship card, can HBK truly remain impartial?