With a little less than three weeks left until Wrestlemania 29 on April 7, the WWE will once again beaiming to push the envelope with tonight's edition of Monday Night Raw, which will be live from the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pa.
With just four weeks until the grandest stage of them all, Wrestlemania 29, the WWE will undoubtedlyly be using its time intelligently in order to establish the proper storylines for the yearly extravaganza, which will surely include tonight's edition of Monday Night Raw in Indianapolis.
Tonight's Monday Night Raw will indeed be a special one, as the WWE will once again kick it old school style, bringing back many of its vintage legends, attire and various styles. The very first time the WWE had turned back the clocks for an episode of its flagship show was back in November 2010.
Since the commemorative 1,000th episode of "Monday Night Raw," WWE champion CM Punk has continued in his attempt to garner respect from almost anyone and everyone. The self proclaimed "Best In The World" has harassed and bullied commentators, Hall of Famers and shockingly, even the fans.
Former WWE star Tammy Sytch is in the news again for her fourth arrest in just four weeks, according to new reports. The wrestler, better known as “Sunny” in WWE, was arrested in Connecticut on Monday in the latest very public drama surrounding her life.
Another 3 hour edition of WWE "Monday Night Raw" will take place live from Sacramento, Ca. in what's expected to be one of the year's strongest showings. The USA show will feature the return of its Chairman Vince McMahon, as well as a highly-anticipated confrontation between WWE champion CM Punk and Ryback. Top draw John Cena is also set to make his return. Although the Cenation leader is not officially cleared to wrestle in a ring, it's possible that the WWE may have brought him back due in order to rescue their low ratings.
In what is slated to be another quality Monday Night Raw, the WWE will set foot in Oklahoma City at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. The three-hour extravaganza will further continue the company's storyline build into their upcoming "Hell In A Cell" pay per view.
WWE's "Monday Night Raw" will be live from the Times Union Center in Albany and should continue right where it left off from last week's show. CM Punk's verbal tirade on a referee and the recently injured elbow of superstar John Cena certainly has the WWE Universe buzzing. With a little over a month left until WWE's next top draw, "Hell in a Cell" on Oct. 28, the company should be launching some brand new feuds on Monday to build up to the pay per view.
After a "Night of Champions" pay per view on Sunday that surely delivered, WWE's "Monday Night Raw" in Bridgeport, Connecticut should be a good one. The positive new regarding Jerry Lawler's health should allow the WWE Universe to fully focus on the highly-anticipated show.