Monday Night Raw preview: Roman Reigns faces Braun Strowman
One of the biggest questions in WWE was answered last week when the famous faction reunited – to devastating effect.
Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose got the band back together by laying out The Miz, Sheamus and Cesaro and Curtis Axel on a particularly chaotic episode of Miz TV.
And they went one better later in the show by giving Strowman a Shield Bomb through the announcers’ desk.
Raw general manager Kurt Angle announced that, as a result, Strowman will team with Miz and The Bar to take on The Shield in the main event at the Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view in Minneapolis on October 22.
But the Monster Among Men won’t have to wait until then to get his hands on Reigns, with the duo squaring off inside a steel cage on this week’s Raw.
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Strowman has good recent cage match form, having put The Big Show through one with a running powerslam on Raw last month.
There will also be an update from Bray Wyatt – or should that be Sister Abigail – and the sinister plans they have in store for Finn Balor.
Things are usually pretty macabre where Wyatt is concerned but last week they took a turn for the truly bizarre with the Eater of Worlds appearing to turn into his sibling, complete with shawl and new voice.
Enzo ready to respond
Enzo Amore lost his much-loved Cruiserweight championship to Kalisto on last week’s episode and it is unlikely the Smacktalking Skywalker is going to take that defeat lying down.
Mickie to get her hands on Bliss?
The feud betweent Mickie James and Alexa Bliss has been simmering quite nicely, so will this be the week the veteran finally gets her hands on the Five Feet of Fury?
Or will Alexa’s best friend (of sorts) Nia Jax come between the two once again?
You can watch WWE Raw live on Sky Sports Arena from 1am on Monday night