WWE Raw: Previews
Brock Lesnar has been pulled from WrestleMania, leaving GUNTHER in an uncertain spot that needs to be addressed by WWE.
The clock is ticking on WWE as it prepares for a major stadium show in Australia.
A lot of fans are pissed off about The Rock replacing Cody Rhodes in the main event of WrestleMania, and they might feel even more frustrated about it by the end of tonight’s Raw.
AEW President Tony Khan’s social media outburst might actually help jobber Jinder Mahal win the world heavyweight championship from Seth Rollins.
A mystery former WWE champion and at least one recent AEW star are all rumored to appear at Day 1.
Triple H leads Raw into a new era now that the out-of-touch old man is finally gone from creative.
GUNTHER’s tour of the mid-card will continue in WWE as long as he remains Intercontinental champion.
It’s in Seth’s best interests to ignore that hypocrite.
It’s absolutely must-see TV when CM Punk returns to WWE Raw with a live mic in his hand for the first time in nearly a decade.
Cody might need to call an old friend and ask him to return to WWE.
McIntyre is a true babyface hero who we can all relate to, at least until he screws over Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso tonight on Raw.
Maybe Roman won’t be facing Cody Rhodes or The Rock in the main event of WrestleMania 40.
Enough is enough, and it’s time for a change.
Cody Rhodes has one more goal to cross off his checklist during his main event run in WWE.
WWE hasn’t found a suitable opponent for Rhodes to fight on PPV since his feud with Brock Lesnar ended, but that’s about to change.
You might not like Nia Jax, but it’s easy to see why WWE is immediately pushing her into a championship feud with Rhea Ripley.
Most of the WWE locker room did not welcome Jey Uso back to Raw with open arms, and for good reason.
GUNTHER is about to join the new club that already includes Roman Reigns, Bianca Belair, and The Usos.