LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, November 2, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, November 3, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: Pepsi Center Denver, CO Raw Five-Point Preview: Nov. 2, 2015 As Seth Rollins looked on from ringside during last Monday night’s Raw main event, Roman Reigns triumphed over three elite Superstars to become the No. 1 contender to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Rollins has withstood some serious competition since ensnaring the title at WrestleMania—including Brock Lesnar, Sting and Dean Ambrose — but why might The Big Dog present his greatest challenge yet? WWE.com has some ideas. 1. Sibling rivalry Ever since Seth Rollins single-handedly dismantled The Shield in the summer of 2014, Roman Reigns has had unfinished business with The Architect, and Rollins’ cunning Money in the Bank cash-in atWrestleMania 31 — depriving The Big Dog of becoming WWE World Heavyweight Champion — tore those old wounds wide open. After settling his score with Bray Wyatt inside Hell in a Cell, a clear-headed Reigns refocused last Monday night on Raw, setting his sights on the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and its snide bearer. Winning a Fatal 4-Way Match in the night’s main event, The Big Dog ensured a title collision with his former Shield brother, a clash that’s been months in the making. But when will this anticipated encounter occur? Undoubtedly, we’ll learn more about Reigns and Rollins’ forthcoming WWE World Heavyweight Championship matchup on Raw. 2. Lost souls One night after The Wyatt Family dismantled and carried away The Undertaker at WWE Hell in a Cell, Bray Wyatt and his followers called out Demon Kane, who fought valiantly against his brother’s captors but ultimately suffered the same fate as The Phenom. Neither The Devil’s Favorite Demon nor The Deadman have been seen since, with The Eater of Worlds proclaiming on SmackDown that he has taken possession of their very souls and absorbed their power. If that is the case, and Wyatt has somehow added The Brothers of Destruction’s power to his own, is The Wyatt Family indestructible? Who can stand up to The New Face of Fear and his terrifying trio of swamp monsters? 3. One nation, under Zeb Proving once again that anything is possible in WWE, former enemies Alberto Del Rio and Zeb Colter are not only now on the same page, they’re the first two citizens of “MexAmerica,” a new country uniting Mexico and the United States of America. The burgeoning nation enjoyed its first triumph atWWE Hell in a Cell, where Del Rio dethroned John Cena to become United States Champion, and the returning Superstar has been on a roll ever since. Is MexAmerica destined to dominate Raw? 4. B.A.D. news for Natalya On SmackDown, Team B.A.D. did more than distract Natalya during her anticipated bout with Paige; they delivered a cruel three-on-one beatdown to The Queen of Harts, culminating in an excruciating Bank Statement courtesy of Sasha Banks. Before laying her out, the trio accused Natalya of falsifying her mysterious backstage attack two weeks ago on SmackDown in a grab for attention. Now, it seems, she’s got the full attention of Tamina, Naomi and The Boss. How will Natalya bounce back this week? Does a Sharpshooter await Sasha on Raw? 5. “Pretty” annoying Tyler Breeze has always been narcissistic, but Prince Pretty has really been kicking things up a notch since joining the main WWE roster last week. Aligning with Summer Rae and repeatedly targeting Dolph Ziggler, it’s clear that “The King of Cuteville” is desperate to show up The Showoff. But why? Is it jealousy that fuels Breeze, or is he simply out to prove that there can only be one flashy, blond-haired Superstar on the roster? Regardless, expect Ziggler to strike back against the egotistical upstart on Raw. After all, something tells us The Showoff is no stranger to crashing VIP sections. 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.