Will Ambrose clear his intentions tonight?

5 Biggest Shockers WWE Could Be Planning For Monday Night Raw

  • After delivering a shocker last week, will Vince McMahon continue to drop more bombshells tonight?
Rimika Saini

After delivering one of the most shocking episodes of Monday Night Raw in recent memory last week, WWE could be looking to bring the same energy tonight in Philadelphia.


The flagship show will be live from the Wells Fargo Center tonight, and with Batista and Roman Reigns both making significant statements last week, there's a genuine curiosity among the entire wrestling community on what might happen tonight.

Vince McMahon would definitely be looking to bring more emphasis on the Raw Women's Championship picture, with Charlotte's return on Monday Night Raw igniting more fuel and momentum for Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey.

Moreover, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins' recent altercations with Drew McIntyre, Elias, and Bobby Lashley to save The Lunatic Fringe have coerced the possibility of a Shield reunion with Dean Ambrose.

The company is also keeping tabs on Finn Balor's Intercontinental Championship run on Monday Night Raw and we are most likely to find out who The Extraordinary Irishman will lock horns with at Fastlane.

There's no denying that The Road to WrestleMania 35 is taking a good shape and with Batista likely to have a heated confrontation tonight, could we see Vince McMahon deliver another shocking episode of Monday Night Raw? Let's find out.

Here are the 5 biggest shockers WWE could be planning for Monday Night Raw.


#1 Batista tells Triple H to put his entire career on the line at WrestleMania 35

Will The Animal remain focused?

After pulling off one of the most shocking moments to close Monday Night Raw last week, Batista is now scheduled to return to the red brand and possibly get in a heated confrontation with Triple H.

Considering the fact that Batista's brutal attack on Ric Flair gravitated Triple H's attention, the two are bound to slug it out at The Grandest Stage of Them All this year.


It's understandable that The Animal has always endorsed a retirement match against The Cerebral Assassin; we could see the former World Heavyweight Champion challenge Hunter for a blockbuster showdown in New Jersey.

Moreover, the company could be looking to add an interesting stipulation to this riveting clash of titans, with The Animal telling WWE's CEO to put his entire legacy on the line.

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Published 04 Mar 2019, 19:00 IST