WWE Raw Spoilers, Preview for Feb 8, 2016: Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose Live Tonight
"WWE Monday Night Raw" continues on the Road to "WrestleMania," but the company still has "Fastlane" to promote, just two weeks away.
Brock Lesnar is confirmed to appear on Monday night, as he will continue to push his triple-threat match against Roman Reigns and WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose for the opportunity to face Triple H at "WrestleMania" for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Ambrose and Reigns are looking to knock down Lesnar after the latter attacked both former Shield members last week.
While the WWE was stirring the pot for a triple-threat match for the women's division -- with WWE Divas Champion Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks -- but it looks like fans will he temporary side feuds as the potential triple-threat match waits for "WrestleMania." With Brie Bella defeating Charlotte last week, the twin is now being booked for a title opportunity, likely at "Fastlane." Charlotte will look for revenge for the loss, although she did defeat fellow Bella member Alicia Fox at the last "SmackDown."
Also at the last "SmackDown," Lynch and Banks may have formed an alliance to fight against Team BAD's Naomi and Tamina. A future tag-team match is inevitable but depends a on WWE booking if it'll take place on cable television or saved for the pay-per-view show.
The focus is still on AJ Styles after he defeated The Miz, even breaking teeth during their match last "SmackDown." After their match, Chris Jericho challenged Styles to a match at this upcoming Thursday's "SmackDown." Styles agreed to the match, but now how will Jericho ensure he has the upper hand during "Raw" and leading up to "SmackDown?"
The Wyatt Family continues to build momentum as they fought Big Show last Monday and Ryback last "SmackDown." A potential tag-team match may occur this Monday night, but either way, the Wyatts will look strong as their intentions for "Fastlane," and ultimately "WrestleMania," are further hinted.
Also scheduled for Monday night is another entertaining segment with WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day, another vignette with Goldust and R-Truth and the latest antics of The Social Outcasts.
"Monday Night Raw" airs weekly at 8 p.m. EST on the USA Network.
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