LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, September 28, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, September 29, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: First Niagara Center Buffalo, NY Raw Five-Point Preview: Kane has never been the most stable Superstar on the roster — or the most level-headed executive in the boardroom — but The Devil’s Favorite DOO has been particularly dichotomous since re-emerging at Night of Champions to attack WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. As the WWE Universe waits to see what both Demon Kane and Corporate Kane will do next, what else awaits on Monday night’s hottest show? WWE.com has some theories. 1. This man, this monster So let’s try to get this straight: Kane returned from a leg injury at Night of Champions andassaulted WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. Then, the following night on Raw, the happy-go-lucky Director of Operations returned to work (with a new mug) and seemed to have no knowledge of his vengeful actions the night before. Then, capping off the night, Demon Kane tore through the ring canvas and dragged The Architect into “hell” — hardly an act befitting the DOO of a publicly traded company. Corporate Kane was strangely aloof about Raw’s terrifying conclusion on SmackDown, even though it’s clear that he still has a strong connection to his demonic side. Is WWE’s DOO suffering from split personality disorder, or is his behavior part of a larger plan that has yet to be revealed? 2. What’s next for the Divas Revolution? In a vitriolic rant to new Divas Champion Charlotte on Raw, Paige claimed that she was the harbinger of the Divas Revolution, and had harsh words for Becky Lynch, The Bella Twins, Team B.A.D. and even Natalya, who returned to action in a losing effort to Naomi later in the night but nevertheless made clear to re-insert herself into the conversation about WWE’s most powerful female competitors. On Thursday night’s SmackDown, Natalya confronted the brash Diva of Tomorrow about her recent actions and received a stinging slap in the face in return. How might The Queen of Hearts retaliate against the embittered Paige? 3. Snake in the swamp Despite being dismantled by The Wyatt Family in a three-on-one attack earlier this month — based solely on the mere possibility he might be joining Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose against the gruesome trio at Night of Champions — Randy Orton returned to Raw last Monday night for some serious payback against Bray Wyatt and his dark disciples. Even though The Big Dog and The Lunatic Fringe have a powerful new ally in The Viper, The Wyatt Family is undeterred, and despite Harper’s one-on-one defeat to Reigns on SmackDown, the family is as strong as it’s ever been. Should WWE’s Apex Predator fear what these swamp monsters — especially Braun Strowman — are planning next? 4. Who will challenge John Cena for the U.S. Title? One night after reclaiming the United States Championship from Seth Rollins at Night of Champions, John Cena defended his star-spangled prize on Raw, sealing a victory over The Architect with an Attitude Adjustment. Now that Rollins has already used his guaranteed rematch for the prestigious title, will Raw bring the return of Cena’s U.S. Open Challenge? If so, who is bold enough to face The Champ? 5. Brutality before The Beast Last week on Raw, Big Show was particularly aggressive during his match with Cesaro, overpowering one of WWE’s most physically dominant Superstars before finishing him off with a skull-rattling KO Punch. Impressive in its own right, The World’s Largest Athlete then claimed that his show of force against The Swiss Superman was a mere preview of what awaits Brock Lesnar at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 3, live and only on the award-winning WWE Network. What message will the giant deliver on Raw, less than one week before Big Show’s anticipated collision with The Beast Incarnate? 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 WWE Network.