WWE Monday Night RAW comes to us live tonight from the SAP Center in San Jose, California. Here is a preview of what you can expect to see on tonight’s episode of RAW.
Below is a preview of tonight’s RAW:
WWE Raw preview, Feb. 12, 2018: Four Superstars get a “second chance” to enter the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match
Live on Raw, Finn Bálor, “Woken” Matt Hardy, Apollo Crews and Bray Wyatt will collide in a Second Chance Fatal 4-Way Match to determine the final entrant in the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match on Sunday, Feb. 25, with the winner of that bout going on to face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania.
– Final Superstar in the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match to be determined
Finn Bálor, “Woken” Matt Hardy, Apollo Crews and Bray Wyatt — four Superstars who failed to qualify for the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match in recent weeks — will collide in a Second Chance Fatal 4-Way Match on Raw. The bout will decide the final Superstar to compete in the perilous clash inside the structure on Sunday, Feb. 25.
Bálor and Crews have made clear their intent to make the most of this unexpected opportunity, while the escalating rivalry between The Woken One and The Eater of Worlds adds an air of instability to the high-stakes match with WrestleMania implications. When the bell rings, you won’t want to take your eyes off the action.
– Braun Strowman stands tall, even in defeat
Elias pinned John Cena to win last week’s Triple Threat Match to determine the final Superstar to enter the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match. Yet, it was Braun Strowman who looked like the true victor when the dust cleared after laying out his foes with ring-shaking Running Powerslams.
The sinister songsmith might have earned an advantage in the six-man bout to determine Brock Lesnar’s Universal Championship challenger at WrestleMania, but The Monster Among Men has emerged as an odds-on favorite to battle The Beast Incarnate at The Showcase of the Immortals.
After yet another impressive show of force this past Monday night, what chaos will Strowman create this week?
– Have Alexa Bliss and Mickie James forged an alliance?
Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss clearly has no friends in the first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber Match — a bout she feels is a show of bias by Raw General Manager Kurt Angle. However, after Little Miss Bliss saved Mickie James from an Absolution beatdown this past Monday night on Raw, it seems like The Goddess is looking to make good with the six-time Women’s Champion.
It was Bliss who officially brought James back to WWE last year on SmackDown LIVE, but the partnership was short-lived. Based on Bliss’ disrespectful behavior toward the veteran as of late, her decision to save Mickie from Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville was questionable to say the least.
Is Alexa looking for an insurance policy for the Women’s Elimination Chamber Match?
– What’s next for Seth Rollins?
After an injured Jason Jordan cost Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins the Raw Tag Team Championship this past Monday night, the “gold-blooded” Superstar was sent home by Raw General Manager Kurt Angle and underwent surgery on Tuesday to repair an injured disc in his neck.
Since The Kingslayer can no longer challenge Cesaro & Sheamus for Team Red’s tandem titles, where will Rollins focus his attention?
– Is Nia Jax primed to end Asuka’s undefeated streak?
In back-to-back weeks, Asuka turned back former Raw Women’s Champions Sasha Banks and Bayley, but she faces a formidable challenge in Nia Jax at WWE Elimination Chamber.
The Irresistible Force made short work of a local competitor on Raw, declaring after the match that she doesn’t fear The Empress of Tomorrow. Is Jax preparing to give Asuka her first defeat in WWE en route to a Raw Women’s Championship opportunity at WrestleMania?
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