WWE Monday Night RAW Preview 5th September 2016
Last week on RAW, we saw a new WWE Universal Champion crowned in Kevin Owens. But it was not without controversy. Triple H made a shocking return to the WWE, for the first time since WrestleMania 32. And he not only took out Roman Reigns but also Seth Rollins. What will the COO have to say about it all, and what is next for him? And with the odds against him, can an injured Cesaro recover enough to fight back against Sheamus? And will Bayley finally be in line for a shot at the WWE Women’s Championship against Charlotte? This weeks edition of Monday Night RAW comes from the Spirit Center Arena in Kansas City, Missouri. Here is this weeks Monday Night RAW Preview 5th September 2016…
For the first time since he lost the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 32, Triple H made his long awaited return to the WWE taking out both Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. But why, what possible reason could The Game have for taking out The Architect?
The Owens Era
In a complete shocker, Kevin Owens has being crowned the new WWE Universal Champion. As we begin the transition into the era of Kevin Owens as the champion, who can we expect to stand in his way and challenge him for the WWE Universal Championship?
In the Best of Seven Series, Cesaro is at a clear disadvantage right now. Not only is he two losses down to Sheamus, but he is now seemingly injured. What can we possibly expect from The Swiss Superman as he attempts to regain the upperhand?
The Former “Guy”
Ever since he lost the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Money in the Bank, Roman Reigns has being on a downward spiral. With no notable accomplishments since to his credit, what is next for the man who called himself “The Guy”?
Ever since she made he RAW Roster debut, Bayley has being on a mission to prove herself to the WWE Universe. But also overcome the combination of Charlotte and Dana. Will she finally be granted an opportunity at the WWE Women’s Championship?
What else do you think will happen this week on Monday Night RAW? And what do you make of the return of Triple H, plus the new WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens? We’d love to know what you think!
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