WWE has announced several big names will appear on the March 30 episode of Raw this coming Monday, the last episode before WrestleMania 36.
The show has of course already been taped, but this article will contain no spoilers and just what WWE has confirmed in the preview on its own website.
Firstly, WWE Champion Brock Lesnar will be on the show ahead of his title defence against Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania. WWE.com writes:
Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre have not been in the same building in the weeks since Lesnar absorbed a trio of Claymores from his WrestleMania challenger. That may or may not change on Monday, but The Beast Incarnate will be on Raw, making what’s become his customary appearance on the last show before a high-profile title match.
On last Monday’s show, Randy Orton accepted Edge’s challenge for a Last Man Standing match at ‘Mania. Edge will be appearing on tomorrow night’s show, confirmed by WWE.com:
Following an appearance by Randy Orton on this past Monday’s Raw, Edge has the match he wants: A Last Man Standing bout with his former friend at WrestleMania. It’s a fitting conclusion for one of the more twisted rivalries in WrestleMania memory. But before the final chapter is written, The Ultimate Opportunist will make an appearance on this Monday’s Raw.
The build to Undertaker vs. AJ Styles has been unlike any ‘Taker match build we’ve seen before. Styles has spoken about the Deadman’s real-life wife Michelle McCool, and even addressed him by his real name Mark Calaway.
It’s also going to be a boneyard match, which presumably will be a match in a boneyard(?). Anyway, Undertaker will be on Raw to address Styles:
The Undertaker and AJ Styles are set to battle in what Styles described as The Phenom’s signature bout — a Boneyard Match — at WrestleMania. But 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 but not least, Becky Lynch, who defends her Raw Women’s Title against Shayna Baszler, will be on tomorrow’s show too, with WWE.com writing:
The Road to WrestleMania has gone about as well for Becky Lynch as could be imagined: The Raw Women’s Champion has one-upped Shayna Baszler at every turn since The Queen of Spades’ historic romp through the Elimination Chamber, seemingly setting herself as the favorite for the pair’s title match at The Showcase of the Immortals. This Monday on Raw, Lynch will appear one final time before they square off at a historic WrestleMania and look to essentially close things out for good.