When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, December 15th, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, December 16th, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: Joe Louis Arena Detroit, MI RAW Five-Point Review: He’s back, and the WWE locker room has officially been put on notice. He, of course, being Roman Reigns, who made a big statement at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs … and Stairs by Spearing Big Show through a table and making a major announcement about his future plans. As the 2014 Superstar of the Year set his sights on the 2015 Royal Rumble Match — and The Grandest Stage of Them All thereafter — the fate of the No. 1 contendership to the WWE World Heavyweight Title was decided and the Divas division received a shocking shake-up. Here’s what WWE.com predicts for Raw as The Road to WrestleMania officially approaches. 1.Y2-GM: Break those walls down again, baby! Chris Jericho’s back to run Raw this week, following Daniel Bryan and the Anonymous Raw GM as the latest Superstar to fill The Authority’s power vacuum. With power at his disposal and plenty of former friends and foes to play with, it’s anybody’s guess as to exactly what The Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla has planned for the WWE Universe, but it’s likely to be something we’ll never, eeeeeeever expect, or forget. What will be Y2J’s first decree? 2.Round Three: John Cena’s victory over Seth Rollins at WWE TLC means the 15-time World Champion’s status as Brock Lesnar’s No. 1 contender is still intact, and The Anomaly will meet the Cenation leader for the third time since SummerSlam at Royal Rumble 2015 with all the marbles on the line. Paul Heyman, who was at ringside for Cena’s win last night, didn’t seem thrilled at the prospect of putting his client up against “The Face That Runs the Place” for a rubber match, but it’s almost a given he’ll begin another barrage of mind games on Raw. What will the mastermind behind the most controversial World Champion in history have to say? 3.Dean devoured: The two most twisted minds in WWE today stepped into a demolition derby and it was Bray Wyatt who walked out, defeating Dean Ambrose in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match by the narrowest of margins. Having fulfilled his promise to “dismantle” The Lunatic Fringe from two months ago, Wyatt now, once again, has the whole world in his hands. What will The Eater of Worlds choose to do with his fully restored power and momentum? 4.Bella brutality: Well, nobody certainly saw that coming: Not only did Nikki Bella retain her Divas Championship against AJ Lee, she did so in uniquely fearsome fashion, blinding the 2014 Diva of the Year with some illicit substance to help her keep the title. With Nikki having raised the bar for flat-out aggression within the Divas division (AJ received medical attention as a result of the attack), it’s just a matter of which femme fatale will step up to meet her, head-on. Will Monday Night Raw shed more light on the ultra-competitive division’s future? 5.Biggest dog in the yard: A few weeks ago, a call was put out for Superstars in the locker room to “step up.” Roman Reigns certainly did that at WWE TLC, giving Big Show a taste of his own medicine and declaring his participation in the 2015 Royal Rumble Match. That’s quite the one-two combo, and would certainly hint at future glory for the 2014 Superstar of the Year. But he’ll face no shortage of obstacles en route to his planned destination at The Show of Shows. Big Show will likely have something to say about Reigns’ return, as will Reigns’ former brother-in-arms-turned rival, Seth Rollins. Who will be the first to challenge the returning powerhouse?