Tonight’s WWE RAW will take place from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas as the Road to WrestleMania 34 continues.
Tonight’s show will feature the airing of The Ultimate Deletion between Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt, plus Asuka vs. RAW Women’s Champion Nia Jax in a non-title match. WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar is also scheduled for tonight.
WWE is focusing on the following points for tonight’s RAW:
Who will claim victory in The Ultimate Deletion?
It all comes down to this: The Great War hits home for “Woken” Matt Hardy, as he takes on Bray Wyatt in The Ultimate Deletion at The Hardy Compound.
This contest promises to challenge everything we know about combat, both physically and psychologically, as The Woken One’s own family — including Queen Rebecca, King Maxel, Lord Wolfgang, Senor Benjamin and his drone, Vanguard 1 — bears witness to the mind-bending confrontation.
Will Hardy finally delete The Eater of Worlds, or will Wyatt bring darkness to The Hardy Compound? Whatever happens, this will be a battle unlike anything in WWE history.
Brock Lesnar finally emerges
Per Mr. McMahon, Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will finally appear on Monday Night Raw, three weeks before he defends his title against the recently suspended Roman Reigns at WrestleMania.
Now that The Chairman has punished The Big Dog for his inflammatory criticism of The Beast Incarnate and Mr. McMahon himself, it remains to be seen just how Reigns will react to Lesnar’s appearance on Raw — or if he will even be reinstated before Monday night.
Asuka puts her streak on the line against Alexa Bliss
Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss will have Mickie James in her corner when she takes on Asuka Monday night on Raw, but Little Miss Bliss surely won’t have Nia Jax by her side after she unwittingly insulted The Irresistible Force in front of the entire WWE Universe this past Monday night.
As Alexa looks to snap The Empress of Tomorrow’s streak, how will the seething Jax factor into the situation?
Will Braun Strowman take on The Bar at WrestleMania?
Even though he doesn’t have a tag team partner, Braun Strowman shockingly won the Tag Team Battle Royal this past Monday night, meaning that he technically earned the right to challenge Cesaro & Sheamus for the Raw Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans. However, given the fact that The Monster Among Men is a solo Superstar, and since he originally wasn’t scheduled to compete in the over-the-top-rope bout, the victory comes with no small amount of controversy.
Raw General Manager Kurt Angle has a lot on his plate going into this year’s Show of Shows — including his Mixed Tag Team Match with Ronda Rousey against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon — but he’ll need to sort out Strowman’s Road to WrestleMania sooner than later. Will Angle rule in favor of The Monster Among Men, or will all of Team Red suffer the consequences if Strowman doesn’t get his way?
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