Where?: Royal Farms Arena - Baltimore, Maryland When in the US?: Monday September 7th, 2015 at 8/7c on the USA Network When in the UK?: Tuesday September 8th, 2015 at 1 AM on SkySports3HD Five-Point Preview Seth Rollins has two opponents. Dolph Ziggler potentially has two girlfriends. The New Day might have two challengers. Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns are outnumbered two to three. And Charlotte has two weeks to prove to the world she can live up to the hype. See what WWE.com predicts will await these bitter rivals when the curtain rises on an all-new Raw, Monday at 8/7 C on USA Network, with exlusive pre-show analysis at 7:30 only on the award-winning WWE Network. Bow to the Queen Among all the players involved in the Divas Revolution, one woman has finally emerged as the leader of the pack and the next in line for Nikki Bella’s Divas Championship. Charlotte was officially named No. 1 contender after winning the first-ever Divas Beat the Clock Challenge, and began her campaign in earnest by beating Tamina on SmackDown and petitioning The Authority to have her title match before Nikki's "Bellatron" — her countdown until she becomes the longest-reigining Divas Champion ever — reaches zero. It’s safe to say that champion and challenger will have a few choice words for each other, but will Team Bella spoil Charlotte’s attempt before it even gets going? Brothers in Harm? Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns are two tough fellas. Yet the ever-expanding Wyatt Family seems to have simply overpowered the former Hounds of Justice thanks to the addition of mobile mountain Braun Strowman. The Black Sheep singlehandedly tore both Ambrose and Reigns to pieces, which means they’ve got their work cut out for them if they’re ever going to beat back the Wyatts again. Given that their relationship with their former third man is, erm, strained at the moment, will they be able to find an equalizer to level the playing field against The New Face of Fear? Tag Team Turmoil The Dudley Boyz beat The New Day on Raw, and they beat The Prime Time Players on SmackDown. Which means, in the two week since they’ve been back, Bubba Ray & D-Von have beaten both the WWE Tag Team Champions and the tandem that’s still owed a rematch for said titles. Did the boys from Dudleyville just muscle their way to the front of the line? Expect further testimony on the matter come Monday. Slippery when Wet If Rusev can’t quite find a way to put Dolph Ziggler to bed between the ropes, he’s certainly proving very crafty at sabotaging his personal life. Thanks to some stealthy maneuvering from Summer Rae, The Showoff found himself in a very compromising position last week, and Lana seemed to flirt with the idea of dumping him as a result. A SmackDown appearance on "Miz TV" did nothnig to help matters, so now that this rivalry has really gotten personal, what’s next on Raw? Double Trouble It’s shaping up to be a very long Night of Champions for Seth Rollins, who has to defend both his WWE World Heavyweight Title against Sting and his U.S. Championship against John Cena. And despite Rollins being more than ready for a piece of The Stinger, The Architect was less than thrilled that The Authority granted Cena his rematch clause for the same night. He shouldn’t have been surprised: His relationship with his bosses is strained at the moment thanks to his insistences he’s as good as Triple H. Plus, with Sheamus always lurking in the wings, there’s a chance he may not even make it to Night of Champions with both his titles intact. How will Rollins find his way out of this mess — or can he? And where is his statue?!