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.
While there are a slew of rumors floating around such as the possibility of the legendary Honky Tonk Man appearing, there's currently only one match confirmed for Monday night, a triple-threat match that will feature Wade Barrett putting his Intercontinental title on the line against The Miz and Chris Jericho.
Although it won't be broadcasted on the air, a highly anticipated dark match is scheduled to take place that'll have The Shield squaring off against the team of John Cena, Sheamus and Ryback. The six-man tag bout is set to occur after Raw goes off the air.
Due to the WWE Heavyweight champion The Rock having to fulfill his Hollywood commitments; he isn't scheduled to be on Raw for the second consecutive week.
Aside from his dark match, the WWE will surely use Rock's WM29 challenger Cena in some other capacity, which will more than likely be for a promo or two.
Triple H is also scheduled to appear and will certainly be responding to Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman's request for an unknown stipulation in their WM29 matchup.
Lesnar, who also ambushed the New Age Outlaws last week, is also expected to be at the event.
The self-proclaimed "Best In The World" CM Punk will also be present and look to play mind games with The Undertaker once again, as he stole his urn last week. The two are set to go head to head at Wrestlemania, where Taker looks to continue his historical undefeated streak by winning again to improve to 21-0 at the grandest stage of them all.
WWE Raw will begin at 8 p.m. EDT on Monday, March 18 on the USA network. CLICK HERE to watch via free live stream.