RAW October 19th, 2015 [Live Discussion]

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    United States: LIVE, Monday Night, October 19, at 8/7c on the USA Network
    United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, October 20, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3

    American Airlines Center
    Dallas, TX

    Raw Five-Point Preview: October 19, 2015
    Brock Lesnar’s Go to Hell Tour rolls through Dallas en route to Hell in a Cell this Monday night, and The Beast Incarnate isn’t coming alone. Also set to appear live on Raw in WrestleMania 32’s host city are WWE Hall of Famers Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels, as well as The Beast Incarnate’s Hell in a Cell opponent and bitter nemesis, The Undertaker.

    After Raw, Lesnar will sit down with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin for a special Stone Cold Podcast, only on WWE Network. The Texas Rattlesnake undoubtedly has some hard-hitting questions planned for The Anomaly in what’s sure to be Austin’s most intense interview yet.

    Join WWE.com as we preview the star-studded final Raw before Hell in a Cell.

    1. Prelude to “The Final Chapter”
    Things tend to get out of hand quickly whenever The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar are within punching distance of each other, and the final Raw before their climactic clash inside Hell in a Cell should be no different. Will we see The Beast and The Phenom tear each other apart, six nights removed from their career-threatening war within the unforgiving steel? Which of these battle-hardened gladiators will seize momentum before turning the page to their “Final Chapter” on Sunday?

    No matter what happens, Lesnar will likely have much to discuss on the Stone Cold Podcast immediately after Raw, only on WWE Network.

    2. Showstopping with Flair
    Not only are Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker confirmed for Raw, but Monday night’s hottest show will play host to two WWE Hall of Famers when Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels drop by in Dallas. What might The Nature Boy and HBK have in store? Will the veterans weigh in on the anticipated Hell in a Cell Match between The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar? Do they have some survival strategies for Roman Reigns, who is preparing to step inside the notorious structure for the first time against Bray Wyatt? Although the reason for their visit has yet to be made clear, you won’t want to miss whatever these iconic WWE Legends have planned.

    3. What “prophecy” for Roman Reigns will Bray Wyatt unearth?
    As if stepping inside Hell in a Cell with Bray Wyatt wasn’t menacing enough, The Eater of Worlds proclaimed on SmackDown that he would unveil a “prophecy” for Roman Reigns on Raw — a revelation that will no doubt have impact their impending clash inside the steel.

    Having witnessed the effect Hell in a Cell had on his cousin Rikishi — who was never quite the same after stepping inside the structure 15 years ago — The Big Dog already knows what’s at stake inside the formidable fortress. How will Wyatt change the complexion of this matchup on Monday?

    4. Reunited and it feels so … awful
    Paige seemed to turn over a new leaf on SmackDown, apologizing to Natalya for her recent actions and even reconciling with her estranged teammates, Divas Champion Charlotte and Becky Lynch. However, any warm-and-fuzzy feelings among PCB vanished when Natalya was found laid out in the locker room area, evidently falling victim to a mysterious assailant.

    Who was responsible for this heinous act? Did a member of Team B.A.D. or Team Bella neutralize The Queen of Harts, who only recently became part of the Divas Revolution? Was it a new competitor looking to make a name for herself? Or is Paige not being entirely honest about changing her ways?

    5. Highway to Hell
    With Corporate Kane assuming control of Raw last week in The Authority’s absence, WWE’s Director of Operations scheduled himself in a Lumberjack Match main event against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins — a decision that didn’t sit well with his waylaid superiors, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Instead, The Architect would face a different opponent, Demon Kane, who went on to earn a non-title victory over Rollins in that bout.

    After suffering that defeat, is doubt creeping into Rollins’ mind as his Hell in a Cell title defense approaches? Will The Devil’s Favorite Demon emerge on Raw to further torment “The Future of WWE”?

    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.​
  2. bet they will announce HBK as the host for WM32
  3. SCSA is more likely.
  4. Maybe. I bet 1 will host and the other is gonna special guest referee HHH vs The Rock.
  5. If they decide to go that way, then SCSA ends up being the host and HBK the special guest referee. Or hell, if they're really gonna do The Rock vs Hunter, then I could see both SCSA and HBK involved in the match.
  6. Outside of Taker/Brock/Heyman appearances and The New Day, the thing I'm looking forward to the most is the post-RAW podcast with SCSA and Brock.
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  7. Maybe I'll watch this.
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  8. Are we live :lenny:
  9. Hope WWE doesn't find a way to mess the HIAC go-home show.
  10. Ah, damn. Just remembered. Optimism gets you nowhere with this crappy company. :downer:
  11. I'm here for all this Breeze hype on the webs today
  12. Heyman will save us
  13. What Breeze hype?
  14. You think he'll show up?
  15. Who be this bald guy??
  16. I think I know that musi
  17. Cena passing the title to Breeze will be like a Rock/Hulk moment
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