"WWE Monday Night Raw" airs from Denver, Colorado, as the company continues to re-push Roman Reigns into the main-event spotlight for the "Survivor Series" pay per view.

During the last edition of "Raw," Reigns became the No. 1 contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Seth Rollins. To become the contender, Reigns defeated Dolph Ziggler, United States Champion Alberto Del Rio and Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens. While Reigns has his sights set on Rollins, Owens wasn't finished and wanted revenge for his loss.

Reigns and Owens had a match on "SmackDown," which eventually saw Owens walk away from the match. Owens could continue his brief storyline with Reigns, pending on WWE creative, or fans will see who will become his next feud. Reigns will likely overcome an obstacle set by Rollins with The Authority's help

With Reigns' feud with The Wyatt Family finally over, the latter have focused on The Undertaker. Last time on "Raw," the Wyatts took away Kane, and Bray Wyatt carried Kane's mask on "SmackDown." Monday night could see the development of the third WWE superstar that will support Undertaker and Kane and oppose the Wyatts.

In regards to Del Rio, his return with Zeb Colter introduced the storyline of developing "MexAmerica." Del Rio appears to certify himself as a heel but does not have an established feud since John Cena may have already started his, legitimate, vacation.

"On SmackDown," Team B.A.D. attacked Natalya after the latter's match against Paige. For Monday, it could finally be the time for Naomi, Sasha Banks and Tamina to receive the spotlight after Nikki Bella lost to Divas Champion Charlotte at "Hell in a Cell."

Monday could see the official in-ring debut of Tyler Breeze. He's currently in a feud against Dolph Ziggler, but has yet to show the "Raw" crowd of what he's capable of. If Breeze does have a match on "Raw," expect him to win, even if it comes with Summer Rae interfering.

Meanwhile, WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day will continue to entertain, especially as Xavier Woods is expected to return from his storyline injury from a couple weeks ago.

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