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SmackDown LIVE preview, March 14, 2017: How will Shane McMahon respond to AJ Styles’ outburst?
What will SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon have to say following AJ Styles’ insubordinate action one week ago? Plus, with The Ultimate Thrill Ride just weeks away, is WWE Champion Bray Wyatt ready for The Viper’s serpentine challenge at WrestleMania?

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WWE Raw preview, March 13, 2017: The Certified Gs battle Cesaro & Sheamus for massive WrestleMania opportunity

After a brawl with Cesaro & Sheamus ended their Raw Tag Team Championship rematch in calamity, Enzo Amore & Big Cass will
face The Swiss Superman & The Celtic Warrior tonight on Raw, marking WWE’s final show at Detroit’s iconic Joe Louis Arena.
The winner of that bout will challenge Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson for their tandem titles at WrestleMania Sunday, April 2.

Enzo Amore & Big Cass battle Cesaro & Sheamus for the right to challenge Raw Tag Team Champions Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson at WrestleMania

Controversy seems to follow Enzo Amore & Big Cass wherever they go these days. After the Raw Tag Team Titles slipped through their
fingers at WWE Fastlane (thanks to a little rule-bending by defending champions Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson), The Certified Gs sparked
an accidental brawl with Cesaro & Sheamus during their rematch the following night. The melee resulted in boots to faces, bruised egos
and one nagging question: Who deserves to face Gallows & Anderson for the Raw Tag Team Titles at this year’s WrestleMania?
Fortunately, per Raw General Manager Mick Foley, we’ll have our answer Monday night, when Enzo & Cass take on Cesaro & Sheamus for the
right to challenge the so-called “good brothers” on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
Although The Swiss Superman’s partnership with The Celtic Warrior had some unstable origins, the brawlers were able to work together to
capture Team Red’s tandem titles at Roadblock: End of the Line, ending The New Day’s record-breaking 483-day championship reign. The
titles have eluded the unlikely allies since their defeat to Gallows & Anderson at WWE Royal Rumble, but a win Monday night could propel
Cesaro & Sheamus into the spotlight of The Show of Shows.
Enzo & Cass, meanwhile, have yet to capture a championship of any kind in WWE since their Raw debut last spring. Nevertheless, they’ve
firmly cemented themselves in the Raw Tag Team Title picture in recent weeks. A win this Monday will bring The Realest Guys in the Room
that much closer to becoming “The Realest Champs in the Room” on The Grandest Stage of Them All, nearly one year to the day after they
first emerged on Team Red.

How will Roman Reigns respond to his intense encounter with The Undertaker?

Last Monday night on Raw, Roman Reigns stared into the abyss — and boy, did the abyss stare back.
After staring down the monstrous Braun Strowman in the middle of the ring, the returning Undertaker was soon face-to-face with Roman
Reigns, who reminded The Deadman, “This is my yard now.” After a brief pause in which both men gazed at the WrestleMania sign hanging
from the roof of Chicago’s Allstate Arena, The Phenom swiftly grabbed The Big Dog by the throat and sent him crashing to the canvas with
a chokeslam.
Reigns has yet to address his confrontation with The Undertaker, but it was announced Monday afternoon, via the WWE’s official Twitter
account, that the two powerful Superstars will now officially square off at WrestleMania.

When “The Man” comes around at WrestleMania

Seth Rollins is determined to ramp up rehabilitation for his right MCL tear to make it to WrestleMania and attain retribution against
Triple H. However, The Cerebral Assassin remains unconvinced that The Architect is in any shape to make it to The Show of Shows, let
alone face him in the ring. And if Rollins does happen to show up at WrestleMania, Triple H claims, “all that is waiting for him there
is a nightmare.”
As hard as Rollins is working to get back to 100 percent, WrestleMania is mere weeks away. Will Rollins defy doctors’ expectations —
or their orders — and look for a fight with The Game at The Showcase of the Immortals?

Brock Lesnar has us all “shook”
When Brock Lesnar offers to give you a handshake, beware. This is advice new Universal Champion Goldberg could have used Monday night,
when The Beast Incarnate’s seemingly benign congratulatory gesture left the WCW icon vulnerable to a savage and swift F-5 that turned
Goldberg’s moment of triumph into one of tumult.
Indeed, it appears Lesnar is far more prepared for his WrestleMania rematch with Goldberg than he was for their Mega Match at Survivor
Series, when The Beast was conquered in just one minute, 26 seconds. Will Goldberg’s championship reign come to a painful end at The
Showcase of the Immortals? Until then, The Road to WrestleMania will be full of twists and turns for both of these juggernauts.

Will Kevin Owens get “It” before The Show of Shows?

One night after costing Kevin Owens the Universal Championship at WWE Fastlane, Chris Jericho addressed the WWE Universe in Chicago —
the very city in which he made his WWE debut — and further endeared himself to the masses by challenging The Prizefighter to a match
at WrestleMania, where his own United States Championship will be on the line.
Owens and Jericho went on to battle Sami Zayn and Samoa Joe later that night, respectively, but their paths are sure to cross many times
before their anticipated collision on The Grandest Stage of Them All. Will Owens make it to “The List” before WrestleMania, or might
Jericho wish he hadn’t gotten involved in WWE Fastlane’s Universal Championship Match?

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