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What To Expect On Tonight’s WWE Monday Night Raw

What To Expect On Tonight’s WWE Monday Night Raw

Tonight’s WWE Monday Night Raw is the first show coming off last night’s WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view. The show featured John Cena winning the WWE world heavyweight championship to become a 15-time world heavyweight champion. Seth Rollins won the briefcase in the first MITB ladder match and now has one year to cash in his opportunity for a WWE world heavyweight title shot. What can we expect on tonight’s show?

One would think Cena will come out for some type of celebration for his title victory. Since Battleground is in three weeks, a title challenger for the new champion should be decided tonight. No one knows who it will be, but I would suspect it is probably either Bray Wyatt or Kane.

In regards to Battleground, some matches were advertised for the show on July 20, so expect feuds to be setup for Roman Reigns vs Randy Orton and Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.

Triple H made an announcement on Twitter regarding tonight’s Raw.

I would think either this is the return of The Miz or Brock Lesnar to setup his run for Summerslam, where he is expected to challenge John Cena for the WWE world heavyweight championship. If it is The Miz, then expect Ric Flair to be on the show with him.

Stephanie McMahon a short time ago on Twitter announced a segment for tonight’s show.

It will be intriguing to see who it will be. Candidates include Bill Goldberg and Sting.

About Steve Muehlhausen

Steven is the site editor for Between The Ropes. He was a featured UFC columnist for Bleacher Report and a writer for MMASucka.com. Steven was also the host of the MMA show "The Fight Club Chicago" which aired for three years at various websites. You can email Steve at stevemuehlhausen@yahoo.com.

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