Lately I’ve been reading articles that Shane McMahon could possibly return to the WWE. With the Authority now being Triple H, Stephanie & Vince McMahon. Is there a chance that Shane may return as well? If so will he join he’s family of rebel against them such as he did to his father in the Monday night wars when he bought WCW. I’d like to see him return but, the storyline for me is unsure.
Tonight on Raw we seen Vickie Guerrero get fired after being thrown in a pool of what looked like crap, but she didn’t leave quietly, she throw Stephanie McMahon into the pool as well. Now history shows this isn’t the first time “crap” has been used or involved a McMahon. In the past D-Generation-X also dumped crap onto both Vince McMahon & Shane McMahon. As to what shocked me, was the fact that Vickie came out to Eddie & Chavo’s Tag Team theme.
As for the Shield, we can go ahead and say it’s officially over considering that the only time you hear the theme is when Roman Reigns is coming to the ring. There’s also the fact that when Dean is going after Seth, Roman is nowhere to be found. But, as of tonight Dean has been added to the Money in the Bank latter match because Seth claims he can still win due to no cheap shots from Dean. Although, I don’t see either winning the match.
Of course the Main Event of the night a 4 on 3 Handicap match. The ending to the match had Sheamus get the pin fall allowing him, Reigns, & Cena the win. But, shortly after Kane came to the ring. He took out Reigns on the outside then went after Sheamus, Del Rio & John Cena. Triple H then came out and announced that Kane was the last one to enter the WWE/World Heavyweight Championship match which is what most knew already. Before Kane could do his exit, Reigns delivered a Spear then turned his focus to the stage where Randy Orton & Triple H we’re standing. As for the Pay-Per-View I see this ending with either Kane or Reigns as the winner. Most likely Randy & Kane will work together, I’m sure Triple H has it planed for Kane to help Orton win. But instead Kane takes the titles for himself. One last run before retirement.