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Big Matches & Major Segment Announced For WWE Raw

WWE has announced that Sting will open the upcoming episode of WWE Monday Night Raw and will explain why he returned last week and attacked the United States & WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins.

WWE is also teasing that Seth Rollins’ statue might be revealed on the show. Below is what they posted:

“After beating both Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns at WrestleMania, absorbing some serious punishment from The Beast Incarnate at WWE Battleground and defeating John Cena for the United States Title at SummerSlam, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins has grown pretty fearless as of late, which is probably why he seems unfazed by Sting’s sudden re-emergence in WWE — a return that led to a one-on-one World Title clash between The Architect and The Vigilante at Night of Champions.

Rollins oozed bravado on SmackDown, where he wrote Sting off as an “artifact” and vowed to finish what The Cerebral Assassin started at The Show of Shows by crushing his “old bones to dust.” Is The Architect underestimating the WCW icon? Plus, there’s still the matter of Rollins’ missing statue, which was to be unveiled last Monday night before Sting’s ambush. Will “The Future of WWE” reclaim his bronze likeness this week?”

WWE has announced the first ever Divas Beat The Clock Challenge for Raw. Team PCB will take part in this and the winner of the challenge (the diva who wins in the least time) will get a shot at Nikki Bella’s Divas Title at Night of Champions 2015.

Also, WWE has announced a SummerSlam rematch for Raw – Dolph Ziggler vs. Rusev. This match ended in a double count-out at SummerSlam 2015.

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