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Re: D-K-L Presents: WWE 2009 - Time to Shine
Monday Night Raw Preview
October 26th 2009 - Live from Buffalo, New York
Raw rolls into Buffalo this Monday night just one night after Bragging Rights. This week on Raw we will have all the fallout from the dramatic Pap-per-view, and many questions will be answered as to who will host this week's Raw, if anybody.
Last night at Bragging Rights John Cena managed to come out on top in his epic 60-minute Iron Man Match against his long-time rival Randy Orton, and due to the stipulation of the match it means that Orton will not be allowed to have a rematch against Cena. This obviously means that there is a spot in the main event waiting to be filled, and with Survivor Series looming no doubt many Raw superstars will be hoping for a chance to face Cena for the gold. We have word that the WWE Champion will open the show tonight, but what will he have to say following his hard-fought victory last night? And will we find out who's next in line for a shot at the gold?
Also this week on Raw we expect to see a former ECW Superstar fight for a roster spot in a "Raw Tryout Match". All of the ex ECW stars have been promised a chance to earn roster spots on either Raw or Smackdown with tryout matches, and tonight one of those former ECW superstars will be given his chance. ECW Champion Christian will no doubt be wanted on both Raw and Smackdown, but as of yet we have no word as to who will be competing for a spot tonight. Which former ECW star will get his chance tonight? And will he earn his place on the Raw roster with a victory?
One big talking point after Bragging Rights last night was the turn from The Big Show in the Raw versus Smackdown Bragging Rights Match, in which he cost his own team the victory after Chokeslamming Kofi Kingston. The Big Show will be at Raw tonight, no doubt alongside his partner Chris Jericho who has never passed on the chance to gloat. Will The Big Show explain his actions? And what will Chris Jericho have to say after guiding his unfavoured team to victory last night? Team Raw and it's captain's in particular, D-Generation X, will no doubt be angry after what happened too, so what will they have to say?
One match that has been confirmed for this week's Raw is a tag team match, which will feature the high-flying team of Evan Bourne and Primo taking on the team of Carlito and Chris Masters. Bourne and Primo will no doubt want to make an impression as a team and they always provide a tricky test, while Carlito and Masters will re-unite as a unit after teaming together briefly in the past. This is sure to be an exciting match, but which team will get the win? And will this lead to the winners forming an alliance permanently?
Another confirmed match this week is a fatal-four-way Diva's match between Raw's newest divas Eve, Alicia Fox, Gail Kim and Jillian, with the winner earning a future title shot against Women's Champ Melina. Last Night was not a good night for the Raw Divas as they lost to Team Smackdown, however this match will give one of the Raw Diva's the chance to bounce back and earn a chance at the title. Melina will no doubt be watching, but which of these women will win the shot?
To find out the answers to all these questions and more, donít miss Monday Night Raw!
Confirmed for Raw
New WWE Champion John Cena opens the show
Evan Bourne and Primo vs. Carlito and Chris Masters
Womenís Title Shot on the Line: Eve vs. Gail Kim vs. Jillian vs. Alicia Fox
We find out who will host the show this week!
Thanks for the few comments I got so far, the show will be up over the next few days.