LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, March 21, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, March 22, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA Raw Five-Point Preview: March 21, 2016 Reigns on the warpath Roman Reigns' return put Triple H on notice, but did The King of Kings' potential usurper unwittingly weaken his chances on The Road to WrestleMania? WWE.com examines the possibilities for Monday's Raw. 1. ZigglerMania Dolph Ziggler’s match with Triple H was far more than a chance for The Showoff to settle a grudge: Thanks to a pre-match stipulation from Stephanie McMahon, a victory would have given Dolph the freedom to insert himself into a WrestleMania match of his choosing, minus Triple H’s bout with Roman Reigns for the WWE World Heavyweight Title. If not for an errant Pedigree, The Showoff would have a blank check to The Show of Shows right now. Still, he came close. Damn close, in fact, so don’t be surprised if the former World Heavyweight Champion attempts to instigate his way into another all-or-nothing bout on Raw. 2. Friends no more Diamonds may be forever, but when it comes to the Divas Championship, three of The Four Horsewomen clearly are not. Now that Charlotte, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch set on a collision course for the Divas Title at WrestleMania (fellow fourth Horsewoman Bayley has her own plans for WrestleMania Week), it appears the solidarity from their NXT days is out the window and off the table. SmackDown’s face-to-face-to-face turned physical in a heartbeat, and Charlotte admittedly caught the worse of it. The champion, as we know, does not like being shown up in such a manner. Expect this rivalry to kick into gear in a big way come Raw. 3. Still the B.A.D.dest Not only has Lana made herself an enemy in the last few weeks, she seems to have also found herself some friends. The Ravishing Russian, stiletto-deep in a rivalry with Brie Bella (and Alicia Fox by proxy) seems to have thrown in with the remnants of Team B.A.D., who repaid her assistance on Raw by providing Lana with some muscle during a pointed standoff with Paige. Whether this ends with The Ravishing Russian making her in-ring debut is still a matter of speculation, but it seems safe to assume that this new trio of Divas will make their presence difficult to ignore as the biggest WrestleMania in the division’s history approaches. 4. Giant among men With the confirmation of the third annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal last week on Raw Pre-Show, the floor is open for Superstars to make a play for the prestigious trophy of The Eighth Wonder of the World. Thus far, the only competitors to cast their lots in the WrestleMania melee are The Social Outcasts, but it’s safe to say the field will widen soon enough. Who will be the next to attempt to follow in Cesaro and Big Show’s shoes? 5. The Game has changed Roman Reigns made his triumphant — and terrifying — return last week, brutalizing Triple H to the tune of six staples (and stitches to the referee that tried to stop him). It was the strongest statement yet of the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion’s intention to demolish The Game’s kingdom come WrestleMania. The Cerebral Assassin was made human by Reigns’ brutality, but Reigns may have unwittingly given The Authority an Ace in the hole by beating up on officials in the course of his onslaught. Will Triple H and Stephanie be content to settle their score in the ring? Or will Reigns’ WrestleMania moment be buried in a mountain of litigation? Tune into Raw this Monday at 8/7 C, live on USA Network. And be sure to catch the Raw Pre-Show Monday at 7:30 ET, only on the award-winning WWE Network.