WWE Monday Night Raw comes to us live from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee this week. Survivor Series was quite an event, and we saw three big returns, R-Truth, Randy Orton, and CM Punk. Obviously, many fans are excited about what is next for the roster, and they are also starting the road to the Royal Rumble bit early this year.

WWE RAW will air commercial-free this week for the first hour of WWE RAW. That should give them plenty of time to really secure a viewership tonight. With CM Punk scheduled to make his RAW return this week, it’s anyone’s guess how they will work him into things.

The New Day, Alpha Academy, The Creed Brothers, #DIY, Imperium and Indus Sher are all thirsty for an Undisputed WWE Tag Team Title opportunity. Bronson Reed will also take on Ivar. On top of that, CM Punk and Randy Orton will be there.

It was previously reported that Randy Orton is set to open the show this week, and CM Punk will close things out. Sean Sapp dropped the spoiler lineup for tonight’s RAW. This will be quite a show.


– Randy Orton promo

–  Tag Team Turmoil Top Contender Match

– Cody Rhodes promo

– Bronson Reed vs. Ivar

– Nia Jax vs. Zoey Stark

– Seth Rollins promo

– Tag Titles: Chelsea Green & Piper Niven vs. Tegan Nox & Natalya 

– Randy Orton vs. Dominik

– CM Punk promo

It was also noted that CM Punk’s promo is going to be one segment. Also, the Main event match is set for two segments.

We will have to see how everything pans out when the show goes live this week. WWE is gearing up for a lot of big things, and the Royal Rumble is two months away.

What’s your take on these plans for WWE RAW this week? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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