When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, October 10, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, October 11, at 1AM on Sky Sports 5 HD Where: Oracle Arena Oakland, CA Raw preview, Oct. 10, 2016: Will Charlotte strike back against the victorious Boss? Although Sasha Banks defeated Charlotte this past Monday night to become a two-time Raw Women’s Champion, one has to assume that Team Red’s resident “Queen” won’t take her loss lying down. What might the newly former titleholder have in store for The Boss? Paul Heyman to appear on Raw With WWE 2K17 poised to take millions of gamers to Suplex City when it’s released tomorrow, Brock Lesnar’s advocate Paul Heyman will be appearing live on Raw tonight. Will the audacious associate of The Beast Incarnate reveal Lesnar’s next move, or perhaps his next opponent? There’s been rampant speculation on social media about when The Anomaly will re-emerge and who will face his wrath. Tonight, we just might get an answer. Will Charlotte strike before her WWE Women's Title rematch? In a Raw Women’s Championship Match that will undoubtedly go down in the record books as one of the most emotionally charged main events in the red brand’s history, Sasha Banks finally dethroned Charlotte to ascend the Team Red mountaintop a second time. Although no longer a champion, Charlotte still considers herself “Queen” of Team Red’s Women’s division, and is no doubt devising a strategy to reclaim its richest prize. Perhaps we’ll learn of Charlotte’s next move this coming Monday night. Is “The Kevin Owens Show” facing cancellation at the hands of Seth Rollins? Despite the warnings of Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon and Team Red General Manager Mick Foley, the injured Seth Rollins refuses to allow WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens to gloat freely. He ambushed The Prizefighter and his best friend, Chris Jericho, this past Monday night, then hit the curator of “The List of Jericho” with an emphatic Pedigree. Surely, The Architect wishes it was Owens’ face he was driving into the mat. Will Owens be driven to accept Rollins’ challenge to a WWE Universal Championship Match? And, if Rollins gets what he wants, will he risk further injury at the hands of one of Raw’s most ruthless Superstars? How will Reigns and Rusev prepare for Hell? No stranger to Hell in a Cell, United States Champion Roman Reigns chose the unforgiving confines of the dreaded structure to serve as the setting for his title rematch with Rusev on Sunday, Oct. 30. As powerful as The Super Athlete might be, he has never experienced a career-threatening Hell in a Cell Match before. As for The Big Dog, who once defeated Bray Wyatt inside the Cell, this might be where he plans on ending his rivalry with The Bulgarian Brute. Carnage awaits as both of these warring Superstars get ready for what’s to come. Will Braun Strowman’s demand for competition be met? We have to admit, it’s pretty entertaining to watch Braun Strowman annihilate local competitors without so much as breaking a sweat. And yet, “The Monster Among Men” seems to be getting bored with one-sided beatdowns. After leveling the hopeful Chase Silver this past Monday night, Strowman revealed that if Raw General Manager Mick Foley doesn’t present him with some “real competition” next week, “there might not be a next week.” Who will The Hardcore Legend choose to battle this unstoppable behemoth? Has Brian Kendrick earned a WWE Cruiserweight Title opportunity? Brian Kendrick is convinced that the WWE Cruiserweight Championship was resurrected just for him, and the fact that T.J. Perkins still wears the prize around his waist continues to eat him up inside. After making the self-professed “Wrestling Yoda” submit to the Captain’s Hook this past Monday night, “The Wizard of Odd” is that much closer to getting another opportunity at the title that has, since its rebirth last month, eluded him. Will Kendrick challenge Perkins once again in the near future? 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 on all of WWE’s digital platforms.