LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When:United States: LIVE, Monday Night, February 15, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, February 16, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where:Honda Center Anaheim, CA Raw Five-Point Preview: Feb. 15, 2016 We’re on the fast lane to, well, WWE Fastlane, and Dean Ambrose appears to have taken his life into his own hands by baiting Brock Lesnar down the stretch. But is The Lunatic Fringe’s strategy really as spacy as it sounds? And, with Daniel Bryan gone and Nikki Bella recovering from neck surgery, can Brie Bella do her husband and sister proud as she prepares to face Charlotte for the Divas Title? WWE.com has some ideas. 1. Those damn, dirty Dudleys No more tables? No more tables, apparently. The Dudley Boyz didn’t only put The Usos on notice by dropping them through the pine on Raw, they put the WWE Universe on notice for dismissing them as a one-and-done legacy act. Ironically, by ditching the tables, The Dudleys havesetthe table for themselves to prove they’re still a force to be reckoned with in today’s WWE. How will they begin their campaign? 2. Giants among men The Wyatt Family is certainly not shy when it comes to picking targets. After eliminating Brock Lesnar in the Royal Rumble Match, they systematically dismantled Kane, Big Show and Ryback as part of a sinister mission to destroy WWE’s most imposing Superstars. There are plenty of those to go around, so who has The New Face of Fear marked as his next victim? 3. Never go out of Styles Just a couple of weeks after his first win in WWE, AJ Styles received his first loss at the hands of the same opponent: Chris Jericho. That ties Y2J and The Phenomenal One at one win apiece, so one would think the stage is set for some kind of rubber match. Which would be as cut and dry as it gets, if The Miz wasn’t lurking around playing third wheel … 4. Come at the Queen Daniel Bryan hung up his boots and Nikki Bella is on the injured list, it’s now on Brie Bella to uphold her family’s legacy in the ring. That means her Divas Title Match against Charlotte is a must-win, no questions asked. Brie was out of action on Monday to be by Bryan’s side, which meant Charlotte was free to build momentum with a second victory over Alicia Fox. The challenger needs a strong showing on Raw to go into her big match with a head of steam. 5. Running the Asylum He’s a lunatic and all, but Dean Ambrose’s assertion that he can beat Brock Lesnar doesn’t seem as far-fetched as it once was, given that The Beast Incarnate couldn’t put him down for the duration of what was, essentially, a one-sided beating. Ambrose even got the last word in on Brock with a barbaric low blow, but only because Roman Reigns was there to provide the distraction. Which begs the question: Now that Ambrose has put The Beast on notice, will he turn his attention to The Big Dog next? Tune in on Monday at 8/7 C on USA Network to find out!