WWE's final "Monday Night Raw" of 2015 comes from Brooklyn, and Chairman Vince McMahon has been confirmed to appear.

News broke on Saturday night that Mr. McMahon will return to "Raw" after previously appearing two weeks ago, when he confronted Roman Reigns and risked firing him if Reigns didn't win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship that night. Reigns would win, and would strike McMahon. Expect McMahon to open and close the show.

Another McMahon will who appear is Stephanie, especially after viciously slapping interviewer Tom Philips during the final moments of last week's "Raw." It will also be two weeks since her husband, Triple H, appeared on main broadcast television, (not including "NXT TakeOver: London") and he could make his return tonight.

Brooklyn will also be where John Cena will return after losing the United States Championship to Alberto Del Rio at November's "Hell in a Cell." Cena will face Del Rio at "Raw," although at the time of writing, the United States Championship is not on the line. Since Cena's hiatus, Del Rio has dropped Zeb Colter and helped form the League of Nations, who will definitely make their presence known against Cena.

Becky Lynch will be looking for payback against Team BAD, after the trio attacked her during last week's "SmackDown." WWE Divas Champion Charlotte was a little too late in rescuing Lynch, but will likely make the effort to be on her good side. Meanwhile, Team BAD, notably Sasha Banks, has been on a winning streak, but it's unknown yet it it will be enough to land her in the Divas title picture.

WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day are feeling a bit sour for not winning an Slammy awards, especially the Best Tag Team Award. That award went to The Usos, despite the two Samoans not competing for most of the year. With The New Day defeating The Lucha Dragons on "SmackDown," the trio's focus could divert to The Usos, using the Slammy lost to further the feud.

Also expected during "Raw," Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose defeating Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens last "SmackDown," but Owens still wants his title back and will look to still be Ambrose's main challenger.

"WWE Monday Night Raw" airs weekly at 8 p.m. EST on the USA Network.