Mr. McMahon promised that someone would pay for Stone Cold s actions at WWE Homecoming, but he never officially fired anyone. Instead, WWE CEO Linda McMahon shocked the world when she fired Good Ol J.R., Jim Ross, from the RAW announce team and delivered a humiliating low blow as her and her family celebrated in the middle of the ring. J.R. has been the voice of RAW for years, so what will RAW sound like without the proud Oklahoman?
Plus, it seems like everyone is gunning for John Cena s WWE Championship. Last week Big Show, Shawn Michaels, Edge, Carlito and Kurt Angle all said that they should be the new No. 1 contender. All six were involved in a monster six-man tag match last week on RAW that saw Kurt Angle pin John Cena. Will a clear-cut No. 1 contender emerge on RAW this week?
Also, Triple H revealed that he beat Ric Flair to a bloody pulp at WWE Homecoming because he couldn t bear to sit back and watch anyone spit in the face of Flair s legacy. The Game said that he was the one that made Ric Flair great again, but that was over now. He said that Flair is no longer the Dirtiest Player in the Game, and in fact, the game was over for Flair. Will Flair be able to respond to Triple H s comments this week on RAW?
And this Monday will also mark the return of the Big Red Monster, Kane. We haven t seen or heard from Kane in months. How will the big man make an impact? Plus, Mick Foley will be the guest on Carlito s Cabana. The Hardcore Legend has been silent since SmackDown s Randy Orton hit him with an RKO at WWE Homecoming, so Foley will surely have a lot to say.
Don t miss all this and more this week on RAW at 9/8 CT on the USA Network.