WWE Raw Preview (30/03/20): Undertaker, Edge, Brock Lesnar Appears; Go-Home Wrestlemania Episode
Tonight marks the final episode of WWE RAW before WrestleMania 36 which promises to be a star-studded one to create the final hypes for the event. All the prime stars usually make appearances in this particular episode and this time around, WWE officially released a promo vignette announcing the presence of the marquee names.
The Undertaker will be there to respond to the Boneyard Match whereas Brock Lesnar will also appear perhaps to have a confrontation with the challenger Drew McIntyre. Edge returns on WWE Raw after Randy Orton accepted his WrestleMania challenge. Plus, Becky Lynch tries to give one last statement to her WrestleMania opponent when the show airs from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
We have not spotted Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre under the same roof since the latter one delivered a trio of Claymores to the WWE Champion. It’s evident that the beast would still be fuming with what the Scottish Psychopath has done to him. So he will try to sneak in to deliver a message of his own and shift the momentums toward himself when the champion shows up on WWE Raw.
Last week, it was informed by AJ Styles that his match against The Undertaker would be a Boneyard match which is said to be a signature match for the Deadman. Although we have not seen such a gimmick match in WWE history, it’s likely to be a match with No Disqualifications rule attached to it.
Plus, WWE.com hints The Phenome might choose to let his actions speak louder than words while appearing on tonight’s WWE Raw,
“The Deadman has been notably silent throughout the pair’s rivalry, choosing to answer Styles’ insults against him and his family with actions rather than words. An appearance on the final Raw before WrestleMania will give The Last Outlaw an opportunity to break his silence — or perhaps put another hurting on who’s become his most personal rival in years.”
Last week’s WWE RAW had an appearance by Randy Orton in the main event segment that confirmed his Last Man Standing Match at WrestleMania against Edge. It is something that was needed to culminate in the personal bad blood between these two names.
Before the final chapter gets written, The Ultimate Opportunist is now booked to make an appearance, tonight. We will get to know what the legendary name has to say about this match or whether he chooses to put down his opponent with pendant spear, making one final statement.
The road to WrestleMania 36 has been pretty interesting for the Becky Lynch and Shayna Baszler. For the past few weeks, the WWE Raw Women’s champion outsmarted Baszler at every turn since the latter’s historic win at the Elimination Chamber.
As of now, Becky managed to set herself as the favorite for the title match set at The Showcase of the Immortals. This would be the final chance that The Queen of Spades gets to turn the tides in her favor. We’d learn whether she remains successful or not.
Additionally, there could be changes in WrestleMania 36 lineup as suggested by multiple sources, in recent times. Andrade is said to be out of the card as he is injured. Hence, Angel Garza will have to team with Austin Theory of NXT while challenging for WWE Raw tag team titles at WrestleMania.
Bobby Lashley vs. Aleister Black is also said to be uncertain at this moment as Bobby was in quarantine after coming back from South Africa. WWE will provide one final update on whether this match will be intact or not when the flagship show gets telecasted the last time before WrestleMania.
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