In what surely will be another exciting edition of Monday Night Raw, the WWE's flagship show will feature the return of superstar Batista, who has been gone from the company for four years.
Last time the WWE Universe saw "The Animal," they weren't nearly as excited to see him as they will be tonight, as he uttered the words "I quit" to Bret "The Hitman" Hart. However, the former WWE champion will undoubtedly be back as a face, at least initially, when he steps foot inside the Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio.
The latest chatter has his first feud being against the likes of Alberto Del Rio, who has been outspoken about him on the mic.
While the brunt of the spotlight will be on the likes of "The Animal," there are a slew of other unanswered questions on the minds of wrestling fans as well, including what lies ahead for Daniel Bryan, who ended his brief heel run with The Wyatts last week.
After a loss to The Usos, the bearded superstar refused to bow down to Bray Wyatt and sacrifice himself for the Sister Abigail once again. Instead Bryan unleashed a fury of kicks along with a flying knee.
The superstar's face turn gave the WWE one of it's loudest pops to date as the wrestler had the crowd in the palm of his hands as he went to work on Wyatt.
WWE Monday Night Raw will be airing live tonight at 8 p.m. EDT on the USA network. CLICK HERE to watch it via free live stream. The Royal Rumble pay-per-view will be showing live on pay-per-view at 8 p.m. EDT on Sunday, Jan. 26.