"WWE Monday Night Raw" emanates from New Orleans, Louisiana, as "Money in the Bank" is set for this upcoming Sunday.

Dean Ambrose is still holding the WWE World Heavyweight Champion despite not being the legal champion. Ambrose has been on a high since escaping the "Elimination Chamber" pay per view with the title, but it may be time for Seth Rollins to get the upper hand. Typically, the final "Raw" is an indication of the outcome of pay-per-view matches, and if Ambrose continues to be over Rollins, then Sunday could be a good night for the latter.

The Money in the Bank briefcase ladder match will receive a lot of the attention on Monday night. Roman Reigns, one of the favorites to win on Sunday night, has also been involved in the Ambrose vs. Rollins storyline, and The Authority will likely book him in a match to keep him away from the title picture. Meanwhile, expect tag-team competition with some of the Money in the Bank competitors, which so far includes Neville, Dolph Ziggler, Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Sheamus and Kane.

NXT Champion Kevin Owens has made himself known to the WWE Universe and successfully held his own "open challenge" on "SmackDown." Since the United States Championship will not be defended on Sunday, Cena may have another open challenge for his title tonight.

Paige's mission to become three-time Divas Champion continues tonight. It's unknown if she will be in a match tonight, but after she delivered a promo on "SmackDown," expect The Bella Twins' rebuttal.

Intercontinental Champion Ryback officially has his first feud since winning the title at "Elimination Chamber." Expect Big Show and Ryback in another confrontation tonight.

WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day have their next feud with The Prime Time Players. With Kingston scheduled to be in the Money in the Bank briefcase ladder match, the spotlight will shift toward Xavier Woods.

Meanwhile in the tag-team division, Tyson Kidd is officially on the injury list following his match with Samoa Joe, which was not televised last week. As a result, Cesaro may be back as a solo competitor. Also, Erick Rowan and Luke Harper have reunited, and they could reemerge tonight or perhaps the WWE are waiting until after "Money in the Bank" to reintroduce the pair.

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


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