WWE Monday Night RAW Preview 26/03/18 – Hell Fire

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WWE Monday Night RAW Preview 26/03/18 – Hell Fire

Last week on RAW, John Cena continued to challenge The Undertaker to a match at WrestleMania 34. The response – Kane took out Cena with a chokeslam. How will John Cena respond to this, and will it make that fire burn even more? With Brock Lesnar systematically dissecting Roman Reigns, what will the response be to this ahead of their encounter at WrestleMania. With less than two weeks until the stars of WWE RAW descend on the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, what will happen inside the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Here is this weeks WWE RAW Preview 26/03/18…

Blood Battles

Last week on RAW, Kane took out John Cena with a huge chokeslam. This week on RAW, they will battle one-on-one. Will Cena use this chance to take down The Big Red Machine, but use it as ammunition for The Undertaker?

Rowdy Rhonda

Rhonda Rousey is certainly in training in preparation for her debut match at WrestleMania 34. She may appear ready – but is her opponents Stephanie McMahon and Triple H? Will this week on RAW provide an insight?

The Animal

Brock Lesnar is back in the WWE, and he certainly made his impact against his WrestleMania opponent Roman Reigns. The question is now, how is Roman following the brutal attack he sustained, and will he make it to New Orleans?

Woken Matt

Matt Hardy is now officially woken, after disposing of Bray Wyatt in the Lake of Reincarnation. But what is next for Matt? And what happened to Bray after leaving The Hardy Compound?

Broken Nia

Pained by her hurtful comments, Nia Jax is certainly looking to take apart Alexa Bliss. With the WWE RAW Women’s Championship at stake, will she be able to gain the upperhand before they face off?

What else do you think will happen on RAW? We’d love to know what you think!

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