WWE RAW Preview – December 7th, 2015


With The League of Nations by his side, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus seems unstoppable going into his Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match title defense at WWE TLC, but Roman Reigns has a squad of his own in The Usos and Dean Ambrose. What will transpire between these two warring factions on Raw?

WWE.com has sent out the following five-point preview for Upcoming RAW on December 7, 2015.

1. #SquadGoals
After ensnaring the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Roman Reigns at Survivor Series, Sheamus has surrounded himself with Rusev, King Barrett and U.S. Champion Alberto Del Rio — The League of Nations — and used his cruel coalition to make The Big Dog suffer before their Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match at WWE TLC.

On SmackDown, despite Reigns’ victory over The League of Nations in a 4-on-1 Handicap Match, Sheamus Brogue Kicked his unsuspecting challenger, leaving The Big Dog vulnerable to a post-match beatdown. However, The Usos and Dean Ambrose were quick to hit the scene and ward off The Celtic Warrior and his vicious allies.

Will Reigns and his crew continue to bring the fight to Sheamus and his “lads” on Raw? Moreover, how will these two groups change the landscape of WWE TLC?

2. All in the family
Even though Bubba Ray & D-Von Dudley have recruited Tommy Dreamer to aid them in their campaign against The Wyatt Family, the trio of ECW Originals suffered the wrath of The Eater of Worlds’ flock on SmackDown — a kendo stick assault that culminated with Dreamer being driven through a table.

The Dudley Boyz and The Innovator of Violence never back down from a challenge, and will no doubt be looking for some payback against The Wyatt Family on Raw. Will we see another “Extreme” collision between these unorthodox families, six nights before WWE TLC?

3. Face value
After suffering a frustrating defeat to Tyler Breeze on SmackDown, Neville was approached by The Miz. Shockingly, The A-Lister complimented the high-flyer’s “unique” look and in-ring potential, and expressed interest in giving the former NXT Champion some lessons in charisma. Will The Man That Gravity Forgot take the bearer of “The Moneymaker”up on his offer to serve as his mentor, or will Neville keep his distance, given The Miz’s notorious self-serving tendencies?

4. High anxiety for The New Day?
As WWE.com reported Thursday, The New Day will not only defend their WWE Tag Team Championship against both The Usos and The Lucha Dragons at WWE TLC, but they will do so in a high-risk Ladder Match.

How will this added stipulation affect Kofi Kingston, Big E & Xavier Woods’ strategy as they put their titles on the line against two high-flying tag teams? Will the trio need to lean on Kingston’s extensive Money in the Bank Ladder Match experience, or are they already devising a way to bend the rules in their favor? Whatever happens next, you don’t want to miss what these three teams have in store for Raw, six nights removed from their steel-bending clash.

5. All’s Flair in love and war
We’re seeing a different side of Charlotte lately, and it’s not one that agrees with the Divas Champion’s longtime friend, Becky Lynch. On Raw, the daughter of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair took a page out of her dad’s playbook when she feigned an injury to take Becky off her game and steal a victory over The Lass Kicker in what was supposed to be a friendly bout. Then, on SmackDown, a hot-headed Charlotte got Becky disqualified in her match with Brie Bella. Although Charlotte’s interference was in retaliation after Brie accidentally knocked the Divas Champion down at ringside, the second-generation Diva seemingly had no regard for how her actions would affect her friend. Are we now seeing the “real” Charlotte?

Source: WWE.com

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