WWE Monday Night Raw Preview: Wrestlemania Fallout in Atlanta

Micheal RobinsonSenior Analyst IIApril 4, 2011

Graphic by Micheal Robinson (Bleacher Report)
Graphic by Micheal Robinson (Bleacher Report)

ATLANTA—The night after Wrestlemania is here and it is time for Monday Night Raw in the Philips Arena.

You could dub tonight as 'Rock Raw', because The Rock will be taking over Raw, one night after the controversial ending to Wrestlemania. John Cena will be looking for answers from The Great One.

The Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Cena, after he restarted the WWE Championship match last night.

The match was restarted when The Rock came out and ignored the Raw General Manager's e-mail message, not allowing disqualifications or count outs.

What will the General Manager of Raw have in store in response to The Rock's actions and could the general manager actually be revealed tonight?

One thing is for sure: The Rock will look to electrify Atlanta again just 24 hours removed from Wrestlemania 27.

The Rock is also teasing a special announcement tonight on Raw, as he posted the following on his Twitter account earlier today,

"TEAM BRING IT - I have a very special announcement tonight on RAW...The People's Champ to The People..."

I expect Rock and Cena will eventually have a match, but it will be held off until Summerslam in the Staples Center, giving it more of a Hollywood attraction.

The Miz is still the WWE Champion, but he also received a Rock Bottom for his troubles.

Just across from the site of Wrestlemania, Philips Arena will be jam packed tonight for Raw.

Just two days ago, Shawn Michaels and other legends were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame inside of Philips Arena, which will air an hour before Raw on the USA Network.

Following Monday Night Raw, Stone Cold Steve Austin will host WWE's Tough Enough kickoff of it's brand new season, which is also on the USA Network.

Tonight marks the official end of Wrestlemania week in Atlanta, and the kickoff to the road to Wrestlemania 28 in Miami next year.

On top of the fallout of Wrestlemania, Sin Cara is expected to be making his WWE debut tonight. It looks like they will be keeping him away from fellow Mexican wrestlers, Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio for now, who are on the Smackdown roster.

However, both Mysterio and Del Rio are expected to be on hand tonight and we could see some kind of interaction between them.

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