Big surprises expected on Raw



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Big surprises expected on Raw

We have arrived at the episode of Raw post-Royal Rumble and of course, things are getting interesting on the red show that will air from the Heritage Bank Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. The latest episode of Raw was said to be a loaded show with the return of Ronda Rousey, who was to celebrate her victory of Saturday's 30-Woman Royal Rumble Match at the premium live event.

It was unknown if Rousey was to announce her Wrestlemania 38 opponent or not, but beware that she could have had a face to face with champion Becky Lynch, even if the latest rumors speak of a Rousey who will be fixed in the blue show and could go to challenge SmackDown champion Charlotte Flair.

Brock Lesnar will also be in the episode tonight. Lesnar won the 30-Man Royal Rumble Match and unlike his colleague Rousey, WWE has confirmed that he will be picking his Wrestlemania opponent tonight.

This is the first Raw on the road to WrestleMania

This was the first Raw on the road to WrestleMania 38.

The road has now begun and it's going to last for a little over two months before The Grandest Stage of Them All. This means there are a lot of episodes of the red brand still left before WrestleMania, and a lot of things to be excited about.

Turning our attention away from the two Rumble winners, new WWE Champion Bobby Lashley was also set to appear on Raw this Monday to celebrate his victory over Lesnar at the Royal Rumble, made possible by Paul Heyman and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.

WWE has made it known that Lashley and MVP will be on Raw to once again inaugurate The All Mighty Era. While for the couple scene it was hinted last week that another academic challenge between RK-Bro and the Raw Tag Team Champions, Otis and Gable of the Alpha Academy, will take place tonight, but WWE has not officially announced the segment.

Meanwhile, on Royal Rumble, Seth Rollins put on one of his best matches in a while as he took on his former Shield brother Roman Reigns. The bout was a masterclass of storytelling even before the bell rang. Rollins already got in Reigns' head before Royal Rumble, but at the show, he hit the biggest low-blow possible by entering through the crowd in The Shield's music wearing the black protective vest, no less.