Preview of WWE Monday Night Raw (3/30)

WWE returns with their WrestleMania 36 “go-home” edition of Monday Night Raw from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.

Join us for a play by play action and review. We love WWE as much as you do and want the crowd back. But, for now, let’s stay home and enjoy the show because…..the show must go on.

Today’s WWE Monday Night Raw preview:

  1. You think you know me….Edge returns following Orton’s Last Man Standing acceptance. Following an appearance by Randy Orton on this past Monday’s Raw, Edge has the match he wants: A Last Man Standing bout with his former friend at WrestleMania. It’s a fitting conclusion for one of the more twisted rivalries in WrestleMania memory. But before the final chapter is written, The Ultimate Opportunist will make an appearance on this Monday’s Raw. What will he have to say before he goes and proves his grit at The Only WrestleMania Too Big for Just One Night?
  2. WWE Champion Brock Lesnar makes final pre-WrestleMania appearance with Dr. Devil Paul Heyman himself of course. Will Brock get intimidated by Drew McIntyre? Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre have not been in the same building in the weeks since Lesnar absorbed a trio of Claymores from his WrestleMania challenger. That may or may not change on Monday, but The Beast Incarnate will be on Raw, making what’s become his customary appearance on the last show before a high-profile title match. Tune in to Monday Night Raw, live Monday at 8/7 C on USA Network, to see the WWE Champion and more.
  3. The Undertaker rises from the dead….one more time. AJ Styles made this personal and The deadman has risen again. The Undertaker and AJ Styles are set to battle in what Styles described as The Phenom’s signature bout — a Boneyard Match — at WrestleMania. But The Deadman has been notably silent throughout the pair’s rivalry, choosing to answer Styles’ insults against him and his family with actions rather than words. An appearance on the final Raw before WrestleMania will give The Last Outlaw an opportunity to break his silence — or perhaps put another hurting on who’s become his most personal rival in years.
  4. Becky Lynch prepares to close out against Shayna Baszler

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