Tonight will be the biggest Raw for the rest of 2015. In addition to the Hell in a Cell PPV (special event) taking place this Sunday in LA, Raw has a stacked show tonight. They didn't exactly do the best job promoting it, but Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, and Ric Flair will all be live on the show. Steve Austin is definitely in the building, but he has not been advertised to appear on TV, only locally for the fans in attendance. That makes zero sense, but that goes for most of what WWE does. I hope that WWE does something better than one of the lame Legends Roundtables with Flair and HBK to pick who will win in this Sunday's Hell in a Cell Match between Brock and Undertaker.
This will likely be John Cena's last Raw for the foreseeable future. Hell in a Cell is scheduled to be his last show before he takes anywhere from 4-8 weeks off. It is unknown what he's doing during this time, but there is talk of some type of reality show in addition to some rest. As of now, Cena doesn't have an opponent for Hell in a Cell. So will he drop the US Title, or just hold it during his hiatus?
The continuing Rusev saga will continue tonight. Will he continue to be buried? Will Lana return? This is probably the most interesting thing to me to see how they handle it.
It's a given that Rollins will probably lose anther match tonight. He's 1-19 (possibly worse) since mid September. Your WWE Champion. At least he should beat Kane on Sunday, I think.
As I said about it being the last Raw for Cena, hopefully this is the last Raw for the Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt program because it's been awful. These two have a Hell in a Cell Match this Sunday as well.
The Divas Revolution continues to build to the Charlotte vs Nikki title match on Sunday.
Tyler Breeze is backstage at Raw tonight but may not make his debut until tomorrow or next week.
The bigger news tonight will likely come from the Stone Cold Podcast with Brock Lesnar. Steve Austin has shot down the idea of him facing Brock at WrestleMania, but the rumors persist. If the match is going to happen, we will find out for sure tonight. If they don't build the match tonight, it's 100% not happening and Austin will never wrestle again.
Regardless, getting to hear Brock in a casual setting like this is extremely rare and should be very interesting.