With Elimination Chamber already less than two weeks away, tonight's edition of Raw will certainly focus on building toward the WWE's bridge between Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. The bigger story, however, promises to be Brock Lesnar's return to television, as he attacked Vince McMahon last week.
Lesnar hadn't been seen in a WWE ring since the night after SummerSlam. Lesnar announced on that night that he was quitting the WWE because he had already accomplished everything. Fans knew it was only a matter of time before he returned, and now everyone is dying to know why he came back and what his role will be moving forward.
On a related note, Paul Heyman narrowly avoided termination last week as Lesnar interrupted McMahon when he was about to fire his business associate. Heyman is suddenly in limbo both in terms of his employment and in terms of who he will represent. The former ECW boss did a masterful job on the mic last week and is likely to play a big role this week as well.
In addition to that, The Rock, The Shield, Dolph Ziggler, Chris Jericho and John Cena all figure to be featured in some way this week. The show seems to be jam-packed in terms of star power, so here are the top-five things that you should keep an eye on while watching Raw on Monday night.