LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, April 4 at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, April 5, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: American Airlines Center Dallas, TX Raw Five-Point Preview: March 4, 2016 The Monday Night Raw after WrestleMania has always been simply historic. But, in the wake of a The Showcase of Immortals that truly turned WWE upside down, what will be in store for WWE’s Flagship show? WWE.com has some ideas. 1. What does the future hold for Raw? At WrestleMania 32, Shane McMahon created one of the greatest WWE moments of all time. As the legendary Undertaker lay motionless on the announcers’ table, The Prodigal Son climbed atop Hell in a Cell and took a flying leap – aiming to assume a future of change for the WWE Universe at any cost. But, when The Deadman moved at the last possible second, those hopes were instantly dashed. Shane-O-Mac crashed through the table below, enabling The Phenom to literally rule in Hell. Later that same night, in front of a record-breaking WrestleMania crowd, an all-business Roman Reigns Speared a sledgehammer-wielding Triple H to become a three-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion in a main event for the ages. Oh, and in the process, he accidently Speared Stephanie McMahon, too. Together, the outcomes of these two matches have left the future of Monday Night Raw completely up in the air, particularly where the overall power structure is concerned. Prior to The Show of Shows, The Big Dog proved uncontrollable as he viciously tested The Authority week after week. Now, not only is The Roman Empire alive and well, but the black-clad Superstar stands at the top of the mountain. Will he continue to run unleashed and undermine the powers-that-be? Or will his possession of the WWE World Heavyweight Title return him to the Reigns of old – prior to that fateful moment when The Game shattered his nose through the announce table? Plus, will there be any reparations for his Spear on one of the principal owners of WWE? And what of Shane-O-Mac? Has the WWE Universe seen him for the last time? He failed to take over WWE’s flagship show, and the WWE Chairman himself said he would disown his son if he lost to The Demon of Death Valley. But can the man that went to the lengths Shane did last night ever really be denied? Find out tonight at 8/7 C on USA Network. 2. Who’s coming after the all-new WWE Women’s Championship? WrestleMania saw the birth of the WWE Women’s Championship, unveiled during the WrestleMania Kickoff by WWE Hall of Famer Lita. While Charlotte officially cemented herself as the first Superstar to carry that illustrious title, the big question now is: Who’s gonna step up to challenge her? And will that would-be No. 1 contender present herself tonight on Raw? It’s true that Charlotte overcame Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch in a phenomenal Triple Threat Match on The Grandest Stage of Them All. But, considering her father’s role in the match and the caliber of both The Boss and The Irish Lass Kicker, there’s no doubt that both will do whatever it takes to get back into the title hunt. Then again, the Total Divas vs. Team B.A.D. & Blonde match on the WrestleMania Kickoff also showcased a slew of Superstars who will likely target the newly-revealed prize. So, the question is: Who’s up first? 3. Is John Cena returning to Raw? If the emergence of The Rock on The Showcase of The Immortals wasn’t enough, the surprise return of John Cena to help The People’s Champion obliterate The Wyatt Family was simply amazing. Does his reemergence mean, however, that the 15-time World Champion will actually return to Raw tonight? There’s no denying that the absence of the Cenation leader has been felt and speculation is already running wild. If he is back, he will no doubt look to make up for lost time. But, where will he choose to focus his pent-up aggression? 4. How does Ambrose come back from the carnage? Last night, Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose laid waste to WrestleMania itself in an excruciating No Holds Barred Street Fight. The Beast Incarnate ultimately emerged victorious from the mayhem. But what of The Lunatic Fringe? Ambrose took a particularly excruciating trip to Suplex City, enduring 13 earth-shattering German Suplexes and a devastating F-5 onto a pile of steel chairs. So, after suffering one of the most painful beatings of his career on The Grandest Stage of Them All, could the experience finally rein in the unhinged competitor? Or could it separate him even further from his senses? Find out tonight at 8/7 C on USA Network. 5. How long can WrestleMania’s Cinderella Man make the moment last? “Woo-Woo-Woo, you know it!” On The Grandest Stage of Them All, in an absolutely stunning Ladder Match, Zack Ryder seized his WrestleMania Moment along with his very-first Intercontinental Title. The question now is, how long can Long Island’s Cinderella Man make the moment last? Consider how dangerous now-former titleholder Kevin Owens is, or the many other threats lying in wait. Case in point: The Miz. After all, Ryder pushed The A-Lister off the rungs in order to grab the title in the first place, and if memory serves, we’re fairly sure The Awesome One knows how to hold a grudge. Let’s not forget Sin Cara, Stardust, Sami Zayn and Dolph Ziggler, all of whom threw caution to the wind in during the explosive Intercontinental Title free-for-all. Then again, could there be a dark horse that ends up coming after Ryder? For instance, there’s a certain nine-time Intercontinental Champion who scored a huge win over AJ Styles at The Showcase of the Immortals, and he may be looking to add a tenth title reign. Expect the answers to these and many other questions when the Raw after WrestleMania 32 emanates from Dallas’ American Airlines Center, starting tonight at 8/7 C on USA Network. And be sure to watch the Raw Pre-Show at 7:30 ET, only on WWE Network!