If this week's crowd is anything like the one in the Izod Center last week, then Monday Night Raw will be one raucous show.
If this week's program is anything like some segments of WrestleMania 29, then we are in for a very long three hours.
There is no in between here. About six weeks ago, Vince McMahon said Monday Night Raw needed to get better and better as the company moved toward WrestleMania. At times it did and it delivered enough to make us want more.
But, seriously, isn't that what wrestling is supposed to do? Aren't we supposed to be left with the ultimate cliffhanger that teases us just enough to get us to Wednesday? Isn't Wednesday supposed to be enough to get us to Friday?
With all that is not happening in the WWE, shouldn't we count on the company sticking with what is working? Shouldn't we count on the WWE trying its hand at making the lead up to Extreme Rules one of the best pay-per-views in light of the fact WrestleMania was exactly what we got?
That said, there are six questions must be answered Monday night.