As noted before, the only thing confirmed for tonight's show is an angle with Triple H and John Laurinaitis. Brock Lesnar will be on tonight's RAW Supershow and there was talk that he may wrestle a match but that's not confirmed.
As of this writing, WWE is still advertising John Cena for RAW but after the way Extreme Rules ended, it remains to be seen if Cena will be taking time off immediately. Cena is advertised for the dark main event, teaming with CM Punk to take on Kane and Chris Jericho.
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