Fresh off of RAW’s Tribute to the Troops, it will be a night of many questions when Monday Night RAW rolls into Bridgeport, Conn.
Two weeks ago, Kurt Angle announced that he would not be going to Afghanistan for RAW’s Tribute to the Troops because he didn’t feel like he should represent a country that disrespects. This week, Angle will make another major announcement. What will the Olympic Gold Medalist have to say?
Also two weeks ago, Triple H interfered in the Big Show vs. Shawn Michaels Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match, whacking HBK with a chair to get Show disqualified. Big Show later gained revenge, helping his partner Kane defeat The Game to also qualify for the Chamber. HBK got his revenge, defeating Triple H in a Boot Camp Match last week. Will these three Superstars be at each other’s throats again in Bridgeport?
After firing Eric Bischoff on Dec. 5, Mr. McMahon announced two weeks ago that he would be the interim General Manager of RAW. That night, several WWE Superstars expressed their interest in the job. Will Mr. McMahon have any new information on who will possibly succeed Bischoff?
So far, the Elimination Chamber is set for New Year’s Revolution, and Trish Stratus will defend the Women’s Championship against Mickie James on Jan. 8 as well. Will Mr. McMahon have anything more to announce about the first RAW pay-per-view of 2006?
For the answers to these questions and more, tune into the final Monday Night RAW of 2005 next Monday night at 9/8 CT on the USA Network.