Hulk Hogan will host this week's very merry Christmas Monday Night Raw but not everyone will be in the holiday spirit as 2014 comes to an end.

Ryback may be in a foul mood for the holidays considering the attack upon him orchestrated by Lana and WWE United States Champion Rusev, who assaulted "The Big Guy" prior to his match against Seth Rollins on the live edition of SmackDown last Tuesday, after Ryback interrupted Rusev's interview on Chris Jericho's "Highlight Reel" segment on Monday. What will Ryback do when he confronts the European strongman, who has been steamrolling through competition since arriving to the WWE main roster this year?

One man who will be in the mood to celebrate the holidays is Roman Reigns, who is happy to be back in action after a long layoff due to emergency surgery for an incarcerated hernia. Reigns made his presence felt bailing John Cena out of a jam at TLC after Superman Punching The Big Show and Seth Rollins as well mauling Fandango at the live Tuesday SmackDown event in his first match since surgery. Who will Reigns target next as he prepares for the Royal Rumble match to kick off his march to WrestleMania 31?

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Bray Wyatt may also possibly be in a giving mood on Monday -- willing to give Dean Ambrose yet another beating after his loss to "The Lunatic Fringe" in last week's No Disqualifications Boot Camp match that occurred during the annual "Tribute to the Troops" telecast last week. Wyatt has shown the world to what sick extremes he will go to win his war against Ambrose, especially after their hellacious Tables, Ladders and Chairs match at TLC a couple of weeks of ago. What new diabolical scheme does "The Eater of Worlds" have in store for Ambrose?

Seth Rollins is feeling more like a Grinch these days, obsessed with ruining John Cena's quest to become WWE World Heavyweight Champion. After failing to defeat Cena in a Tables match at TLC, which a loss would have cost Cena his title shot against current titleholder Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble, Rollins agreed to help Lesnar and Paul Heyman wear down Cena as the January pay-per-view quickly approaches. The extent of Rollins' allegiance with Heyman and his client came to fruition last week after "The Anomaly" interfered in the Rollins-Cena Steel Cage main event match last week on Raw, F5ing Cena before Rollins Curb Stomped him to take the victory. What new plan does the Money in the Bank suitcase holder have in mind for Cena now that he is in cahoots with Heyman and Lesnar?

TV Schedule, How to Watch
WWE Monday Night Raw broadcasts at 8 p.m. EDT Monday on the USA Network with the WWE Raw Pre-Show and WWE Backstage Pass airing on the WWE Network.