Welcome to the Bleacher Report live coverage for the final WWE Raw before WrestleMania 29.
If history is any indicator, it will be used to cap off all the major feuds heading into the pay-per-view, while SmackDown will be used to hype what's done on Monday and the weeks leading into WrestleMania.
WWE has built up a card with several major matches featuring the some of the biggest names of past and present.
The Rock and John Cena will be a major focus Monday night heading into their WWE title match on Sunday, so expect some kind of physical confrontation.
With 10 announced matches on the WrestleMania card, there is plenty of ground to cover.
We also cannot forget that WWE is extending the pre-show to an hour this year, so there is still the possibility of more matches being added to the card. Antonio Cesaro has yet to find a challenger for his US title at WrestleMania, and the same can be said for Kaitlyn and the Divas title, so hopefully we get a couple title matches before the main show starts.
How will John Cena react to being bested by The Rock last week? Will The Undertaker try to get his hands on Punk before Sunday? Will anyone from the Hall of Fame class show up in the show? And lastly, can WWE add any more star power to an already packed show?
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