January 15, 2007
WWE Champion John Cena may be in big trouble as Raw heads to Shreveport, La.
Jonathan Coachman made a huge announcement last week on Raw, bringing the 7-foot-3 Great Khali to the Raw roster. In his first match as a Raw Superstar, Khali faced WWE Champion John Cena in a non-title match, but in the end Umaga entered the arena and left Cena beaten and suffering in the ring. When will the heated rivalry between these two powerful Superstars find resolution?
Revenge served Raw
After a grueling match between DX and Rated-RKO at New Year’s Revolution, Triple H suffered a ruptured quadriceps tendon. With The Game on the mend, Shawn Michaels will face rivals Rated-RKO on his own in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match when Raw reaches the CenturyTel Center in Shreveport, LA. Will HBK have what it takes to defeat the World Tag Team Champions on his own, or will Rated-RKO completely destroy DX?
Flair for playing dirty
The “Nature Boy” gave the cocky Kenny Dykstra a taste of his own medicine, nailing him with a low blow to help Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy retain his gold. The confident and driven Kenny seemed furious, and WWE fans can only speculate as to what Dykstra may be planning for Ric Flair.
Find out all this and more on Raw, Monday night at 9/8 CT on USA Network.