LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, July 6, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, July 7, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: Allstate Arena Chicago, IL Raw Five-Point Preview: July 6, 2015 Win, Owens, Win. At least, he better, now that the trash-talking NXT Champion has been reduced to the trash-talkingformer NXT Champion following the events of The Beast In the East this past weekend on WWE Network. Kevin Owens’ long flight back to the United States sans his beloved title must have left the brawler with a sour taste in his mouth, which means reigning U.S. Champion John Cena should expect a long, long night from his No. 1 contender. What hell will Owens unleash on the Cenation leader? WWE.com has some ideas. 1. Defying Authority With The Authority reunited and going strong, not even a trip to Hawaii could derail the momentum of Seth Rollins and his squad ever since they came together to drop Brock Lesnar two weeks ago. Last week it was Roman Reigns who felt the corporate power’s punch, though The Big Dog got some measure of retribution alongside Dean Ambrose on SmackDown. Is this the week the former Shield brothers land some of their own jabs on the champ’s chin? 2. Turn the Paige Paige’s return to action last week may not have earned her the army of followers she wanted to battle The Bella Twins. Yet, The Diva of Tomorrow’s match with Alicia Fox did represent the first successful salvo against “Team Bella,” as Paige’s victory was the first defeat Nikki & Brie’s unit has suffered since its formation. Having exposed the Bellas’ vulnerability, can Paige rally more of her fellow Divas to the cause? Or is she still a proverbial army of one? 3. Fall of Roman Thus far, the rivalry between Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns has been about as one-sided as it gets. The Eater of Worlds has wormed his way into the 2014 Superstar of the Year’s head and set up his rocking chair to stay. Even worse, Reigns hasn’t been able to shake The New Face of Fear to land a single blow of his own. Last week was the strongest shot across the bow yet, as Wyatt softened up Reigns for an Authority beatdown and feasted on the remains afterward. Reigns’ SmackDown performance, however, sends him back to Raw on a strong note. Can The Big Dog shake the circling buzzard? 4. The Awesome Opportunist Playing the role of Edge in the Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat at WWE Battleground is The Miz, who doesn’t really have to beat Ryback or Big Show to earn his fourth go-round with the prestigious title. He just has to wait until the two giants annihilate each other and pick the bones. Miz demonstrated as much with a hit-and-run on The Big Guy that took the whole WWE Universe by surprise. With a target on his back, though, can Miz evade punishment of his own from the titleholder, or The World’s Largest Athlete, for that matter, before he makes his bid for the title? 5. A prizefighter without a prize The U.S. Title match between John Cena and Kevin Owens at WWE Battleground just got a lot more interesting, because Owens is no longer NXT Champion. The ruthless brawler was dethroned by Finn Bálor in Tokyo over the weekend, which means for the first time in his rivalry with John Cena, KO doesn’t have some hardware of his own to back up his bravado. Smart money says the former NXT Champion will up the ante as WWE Battleground approaches in an attempt to weaken Cena and regain his own championship status. See what goes down when Raw returns live this Monday at 8/7 C on USA Network, with exclusive Pre-Show analysis at 7:30 ET, only on the award-winning WWE Network.