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.
Led by a slew of part-time superstars rumored to make their return at Mania on April 7, the WWE will undoubtedly be pushing its talent to the max in order to have them ready for the company's top billing.
When one thinks of the well known event, one man almost always comes to mind, The Undertaker. Undefeated in Wrestlemania's at 20-0, The Deadman is scheduled to be at tonight's Raw for the build up to his match with the self-proclaimed "Best in the World" CM Punk.
After his brutal attack on WWE chairman Vince McMahon and nearly accomplishing it once again, former UFC standout Brock Lesnar's fury was finally stopped by Triple H two weeks ago on Raw.
Now that both superstars are healthy, the WWE Universe can expect another showdown between the two, as many fans eagerly await Lesnar's response to Triple H's Wrestlemania challenge.
In regards to the tag team division, Team Rhodes Scholars will face off against the recently returning New Age Outlaws. With this respective match, the WWE may be giving fans a mere glimpse of what's to come, as they seem to be experimenting with the idea of bringing the DX members back into the mix.
To top it off, if Team Hell No ends up parting ways as at the show of shows as rumored, it will be imperative that the tag team division gets another solid tandem.
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