LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, December 28, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, December 29, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY Raw Five-Point Preview: Dec. 28, 2015 For the first time since Hell in a Cell, John Cena is returning to the ring to face the man who beat him for the United States Championship, Alberto Del Rio. Can the Cenation leader overcome The Essence of Excellence, who now has the combined might of The League of Nations at his back? Join WWE.com as we look ahead to the final Raw of 2015. 1. Will Cena get payback against Del Rio? John Cena was as shocked as anyone when Alberto Del Rio returned to WWE at Hell in a Cell in response to the Cenation leader’s U.S. Open Challenge, and even more surprisingly, Del Rio actually ensnared the title that night! Unseen in a WWE ring since that defeat, Cena now ventures back to a WWE that’s drastically different than the one he departed: We now have a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion in Roman Reigns, the unstable Dean Ambrose is the Intercontinental Champion and Del Rio stands alongside three international rogues as part of the ruthless League of Nations. Cena’s had issues with each member of The League of Nations over the years, but his biggest beef likely lies with The Essence of Excellence, who has perpetrated some downright heinous acts as the bearer of WWE’s coveted star-spangled prize. Whatever Cena has planned for Del Rio, we can’t wait to see it. 2. Too little, too late? When Team B.A.D. overpowered and humiliated Becky Lynch at ringside during SuperSmackDown LIVE, Divas Champion Charlotte rushed to her friend’s side — but not until she made Brie Bella tap out to the Figure-Eight Leglock. To make matters worse, Charlotte actually seemed amused that Naomi had soaked her friend with egg nog. The second-generation Diva has passionately defended her anything-it-takes-to-win tactics, especially when she’s been questioned by Becky. Was Charlotte wrong for not putting her friend’s safety first on Tuesday night, or should she be commended for taking care of business in the ring before tending to a personal matter? Regardless, it will be interesting to see if Becky and Charlotte will stay on the same page during Raw. 3. Family first United States Champion Alberto Del Rio might be contending with the returning John Cena on Raw, but the entire League of Nations should also be wary of WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns on Monday. One night after the sinister quartet laid out The Usos backstage, they used thenumbers game against the 2015 Tag Team of the Year again on SuperSmackDown LIVE. This time, fortunately, The Big Dog arrived in time to help his cousins repel The Celtic Warrior and his “lads.” How will The Big Dog and his “family” — including The Usos and Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose — keep The League of Nations on the defensive this Monday night? Judging by what Reigns and his cousins told WWE.com Tuesday night, they’re ready for anything. 4. Positive reinforcement The New Day might have lost the 2015 Tag Team of the Year Slammy Award to The Usos, but after their WWE Tag Team Championship defense against The Lucha Dragons on SuperSmackDown LIVE, Kofi Kingston, Big E & Xavier Woods have plenty to celebrate — and forcefully stuff down the WWE Universe’s collective stocking — this holiday season. Might the victorious trio have some late (and unwanted) Christmas gifts for us all on Monday night, perhaps in the form of an off-key serenade? Or, if Kofi’s finally seen “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” by Monday night, will The New Day ruin the movie for anyone who’s yet to experience it? Well, here’s a spoiler that doesn’t concern that galaxy far, far away: The New Day will still rock on Raw, whether we like it or not. 5. The Authority strikes back After failing to punish WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns for his defiance on Raw, Stephanie McMahon unleashed her frustrations by repeatedly slapping unsuspecting interviewer Tom Phillips, who was noticeably absent from SuperSmackDown LIVE the following night. Clearly, The Big Dog has pushed The Billionaire Baroness to her breaking point, which is definitely saying something considering her bloodline. What does Stephanie have planned next for Reigns, who laid out her husband Triple H and her father, Mr. McMahon, before winning WWE’s most prestigious title last week? Don’t miss Raw at 8/7 C on USA Network, and be sure to tune in to Raw Pre-Show at 7:30 ET, only on the award-winning WWE Network.