It's the final "Monday Night Raw" before "Fastlane," and the WWE appears to be booking Brock Lesnar, Dean Ambrose and Brie Bella for Monday night.

Since it's the final "Raw," it is the final opportunity for the WWE to build its "Fastlane" main event of Lesnar vs. Ambrose vs. Roman Reigns in a triple threat match to determine the No. 1 contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Triple H. Last week, Ambrose brawled with Lesnar, although Reigns didn't really get into the action. The WWE is still hinting an altercation between Ambrose and Reigns could occur, perhaps by mistake if, for example, miscommunication occurs in a tag-team match.

It's also the first "Raw" since Daniel Bryan entered retirement. His wife, Bella, will be under increased focus as her feud against WWE Divas Champion Charlotte continues. The two women have a match at "Fastlane." Expect the WWE to build on sympathy for Bella, not only taking into account Bryan's retirement, but also her twin sister Nikki's ongoing recovery from neck surgery.

The divas division is also busy with a tag-team match set for "Fastlane," which will pit Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks against Team BAD's Naomi and Tamina. Tamina scored a win at the last "Raw," but Banks won at "SmackDown." During the live WWE event over the weekend, Team BAD teamed with Cameron, who was Naomi's former tag team partner during the Funkadactyl era. It's unknown if Cameron will appear on Monday night, but it's something to consider as the WWE builds on this second divas division storyline.

Meanwhile, in the tag-team division, WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day have been sharing the spotlight with The Dudley Boyz, who recently dominated headlines in the tag scene. Last Monday, the Dudleys turned heel by attacking The Usos. During the last "SmackDown," the Dudleys explained they are done using tables to cater to the crowd and they're not a nostalgia act. It's unknown how The Dudleys will be booked in the tag division since The New Day are still categorized as heels as well, unless the WWE books a triple-threat match with both teams and The Usos for "Fastlane."

The WWE is hinting the AJ Styles-Chris Jericho feud will continue, especially after Jericho pinned the former Bullet Club member during "SmackDown." The WWE will likely still use The Miz in this trifecta, which will lead to Styles' first WWE pay-per-view match -- not taking into account the "Royal Rumble."

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