WWE has returned to America following a lengthy European tour. "Monday Night Raw" will kickoff in Greenville, South Carolina, as the company continues its WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament, which will have its finals at "Survivor Series."

For the tournament, Roman Reigns will compete against Cesaro. Depending on how awake the Greenville crowd is, both men will have polarizing reactions. Cesaro has the respect on being technically gifted in the ring, while Reigns is simply the guy the WWE wants to showcase. Reigns is the expected winner of this match.

On the other side of the bracket, Dolph Ziggler will compete against Dean Ambrose. The WWE is promoting that both men are competing with some injuries, such as Ambrose with a sore shoulder and Ziggler with a "wonky" leg. Ambrose, however, is expected to win. If the WWE booking is smart, Tyler Breeze will resurface since he lost to Ambrose last week and has been interfering in Ziggler's previous matches.

Also in the tournament are two Latinos -- one who has yet to win a title while on the main roster. Last "SmackDown," Kalisto defeated Ryback in a "David vs. Goliath" match, and as a result, the former will face United States Champion Alberto Del Rio. Kalisto and Del Rio have some similar background traits, but Kalisto definitely has better agility. Will it be enough to defeat Del Rio? Doubt it.

The last tournament match includes Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens vs. Neville. Both men will also, indirectly, showcase the success NXT has to offer as both were NXT Champions, in addition to their respective indy-circuit career. This has the potential to steal the show tonight, and will likely go in Owens' favor.

Meanwhile in other "Survivor Series" storylines, The Wyatt Family is expected to name its two members that will fight The Undertaker and Kane at the Nov. 22 pay per view. Also, Paige's momentum is expected to enhance, likely a match against Alicia Fox or a member of Team B.A.D., as she's the No. 1 contender to face Divas Champion Charlotte.

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