"WWE Monday Night Raw" will be live from Columbus, Ohio, and Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are confirmed to be in attendance.

According to WWE.com, Lesnar and Heyman will be on Chris Jericho's "The Highlight Reel" segment. Last Monday, it was announced Lesnar will participate on next Sunday's "Royal Rumble" in the 30-man over-the-top rope Royal Rumble match. Heyman will use the opportunity to not only promote the likelihood of Lesnar winning the match, which will be for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, but to also elevate the obstacle current champion Roman Reigns has to overcome.

In regards to Jericho, fans can expect WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day to avenge Xavier Woods' broken trombone.

The feud between WWE Divas Champion Charlotte and Becky Lynch continues as the latter has challenged the champion to a "Royal Rumble" rematch. Charlotte has yet to agree, but a decision will come on Monday night.

The WWE is also pushing The Social Outcasts, featuring Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, Adam Rose and Heath Slater. The Social Outcasts recently won an eight-man tag-team match on "SmackDown," and they will likely encounter another segment as further promotion for the Royal Rumble match continues.

Last Monday, Kalisto won the United States Championship by defeating Alberto Del Rio. On the next "SmackDown," Del Rio regained the title courtesy of King Barrett's assistance. On Monday night, Kalisto will have the opportunity to become two-time champion in another rematch against Del Rio.

Also at the last "SmackDown," Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose challenged Kevin Owens to a Last Man Standing match at the "Royal Rumble." Owens will likely get the upper hand during "Raw" as Ambrose was able to look strong last "SmackDown" during a tag team match with Neville against Owens and Sheamus.

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