According to a Nov. 24 report from Cageside Seats, the WWE returns with another episode of Monday Night Raw, less than 24 hours following the completion of Survivor Series. With such a quick turnaround, the show is expected to feature plenty of fallout from the star-studded pay-per-view spectacular that went down last night in Missouri.
First on the agenda for WWE Monday Night Raw, fight fans will find out why Sting showed up to help Team Cena take down Team Authority. Sting, 45, is a pro wrestling legend who spent most of his career competing under the WCW banner, but now he’s set to fight for the WWE. In all likelihood, Sting’s cameo at Survivor Series will propel him into a feud with Triple H or another high-level heel character.
While he’s not officially announced for tonight’s episode of WWE Monday Night Raw in Indiana, there’s a decent chance he’ll shock the world with a surprise cameo. Sting is expected to make sporadic appearances at WWE house shows in the months ahead, leading into a potential clash with a yet-to-be-determined opponent at next year’s Wrestlemania pay-per-view extravaganza.
Since Sting’s first move in the WWE was to help take down the Authority, he’s set up nicely to be a top babyface character in the weeks ahead. Time will tell how the situation pans out, but there’s a strong possibility he’ll be punished by Triple H and Stephanie McMahon for his unruly actions at Survivor Series.
However, Triple H and McMahon were stripped of their power due to the loss by Team Authority in the Survivor Series main event, so there’s not much they can do to hurt Sting. Chances are, Sting will be heavily involved in the power struggle angle the WWE will be running in the weeks ahead. There’s plenty more to uncover tonight at WWE Monday Night Raw, as the story-lines that emerged from Survivor Series are quite thick.
Last night at Survivor Series, Big Show and Brie Bella both made heel turns. Tonight on WWE Monday Night Raw, fight fans will most likely find out why Big Show and Bella embraced villainous character roles. Big Show and Bella had both gotten over in a big way as babyface characters, so their heel turns took many fans by surprise.
The WWE’s creative team always has a method behind their madness, so fight fans will most likely find out tonight why they scripted Big Show and Bella to turn heel. Elsewhere, WWE Universe needs to find out what happens next with Nikki Bella, the new WWE Divas Champion.
Since there’s a strong possibility AJ Lee will be taking an extended hiatus from the WWE, fight fans need to find out which WWE Divas Division superstar Nikki Bella will advance to feud with. There are several top candidates in the hunt for a title shot, with Natalya and Emma the top possibilities.
Finally, tonight’s episode of WWE Monday Night Raw could feature fallout from Bray Wyatt’s Survivor Series match against Dean Ambrose. Following their match last night, the WWE already announced the men will fight each other at next month’s pay-per-view, in a singles match expected to feature tables, ladders and chairs.