The Undertaker returned on RAW but he was not in the mood to show mercy to his Wrestlemania opponent in any case. You’d be surely mistaken if you think that he would spare the “less competitor much businessman” that Shane McMahon is in the ring. The Phenom made as much clear when he confronted The Chairman on Raw, one week after Mr. McMahon named his son, out of nowhere, as the opponent, Shane would need to defeat at WrestleMania to seize control of Raw.
Mr. McMahon was singing The Deadman’s praises, he snared The Chairman by the throat and served a not-so-gentle reminder that his son’s blood will be in his hand inside that steel structure. The Undertaker left the ring with that chilling message and the Chairman had to sip a glass of water.
Triple H kicked off the show and got brutally interrupted by the Lunatic Fringe. This insane does not really want to quit anywhere. After getting a brutal beat-down on RAW last week Ambrose somehow managed to show up in one piece. He stepped into the ring laying down a challenge for The King of Kings’ WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Surprisingly, The Game didn’t turn him down then and gave him a one-on-one match against Alberto Del Rio.
But, that obviously did not go well with the League of Nations made their presence felt at ringside. It was a less match up that a rather beat down in waiting which further paved the way for the Game to arrive and joining in the assault himself. The King of Kings went to work straight again to go again into putting him on the commentary table much like last week.