WWE Monday Night Raw SuperShow hails live from the FedEx Forum in Memphis, TN.
Already announced is a WWE Championship match in the first Monday Night Raw of 2012.
WWE Champion CM Punk will defend his title against Dolph Ziggler.
Also, when we last left John Cena and his current feud with Kane, it seems that the fans negative chants toward Cena have finally pushed his buttons to the limits.
Can we expect a surprise heel turn in the future for Cena? Or will Cena stand by his motto, "Rise Above Hate"?
The bigger story in the wrestling world and on Raw tonight is the unveiling of the person or persons behind the cryptic "The End Begins" promos.
News spread ablaze this morning that legendary superstar Chris Jericho was spotted at a Nashville airport sometime this morning.
A photo than spread around the web, connecting Jericho to the airport. No official word on if this photo is from today or a Tennessee airport.
Jericho did what he does best, and put on a show on his Twitter account.
First, Jericho claimed that he was cloned, then he began to re-tweet several users' Photoshopped pictures of him across the world in reference to the apparent bogus airport shot.
Lastly, Jericho posted a photo of himself and his buddy skiing:
We haven't heard from Jericho since that tweet earlier today.
However, one can speculate that Jericho could still be in Memphis and is just messing with the fans.
One can only hope that the reason that Jericho is returning would be to face CM Punk at WrestleMania 28 in Miami.
Also, we can't rule out a possible match between Jericho and The Undertaker at WrestleMania.
Remember last year when The Undertaker's return was interrupted by a returning Triple H? Could we see something along those lines tonight as well?
Until we see the mystery revealed for ourselves, we won't know the truth.
In part, WWE has done a good job with this promo, as I know I am not the only wrestling fan in the world that is excited about tonight's show.
I still got my money on Jericho being the one who returns. A return from Shane and Stephanie McMahon would make sense as well, and I wouldn't have a problem with either outcome.
The recently retired from UFC fighter and former WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar remains a long shot in my book.
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