Set for tonight’s show, being taped from England:
- William Regal vs. Randy Orton.
- Shawn Michaels and Smackdown’s Batista to be there.
- Contenders continue to jockey for position in women’s and tag team divisions.
Here is the full preview from WWE.com…
Preview: Four for the Title
April 14, 2008
The anticipation for the WWE Championship Fatal Four Way Match at Backlash canâ€™t be contained by Americaâ€™s shores, as the Superstars battle in merry old England when Raw airs from Londonâ€™s O2 Arena.
With both Triple H and John Cena interjecting themselves into the WWE Title foray last Monday, the one-fall WWE Championship contest between Randy Orton, John â€œBradshawâ€ Layfield, The Game and Cena looks to be a chaotic matchup. Who will make the first move to get a leg up on their competition, either physically or psychologically, in this battle of four current and former WWE Champions.
General Manager William Regal announced that he’ll face the Legend Killer in the ring Monday night, in an attempt to teach the champion “some respect.” Will the wielder of the “Power of the Punch” be able to derail the WWE Champion in front of his countrymen? Weâ€™ll find out in Londontown as Raw airs live.
Also, as the buildup to the battle between two of WWEâ€™s top Superstars continues to boil, Shawn Michaels and Batista will both be in the O2 Arena Monday night. Will they be able to keep things civil until they step inside the ring at Backlash? Or will the tension be broken with fisticuffs as The Animal continues to blame HBK for the retirement of his mentor, Ric Flair? London â€œbobbiesâ€ might want to be on their toes while providing security.
And the heat continues to be turned up in both the tag team and Divas divisions, as contenders jostle for position. With Paul London & Brian Kendrick, Ashley & Mickie James and Carlito & Santino Marella earning wins on Raw, plus the return of the dangerous Cryme Tyme, should Womenâ€™s Champion Beth Phoenix and World Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes & Hardcore Holly be watching their backs?
Weâ€™ll find out all the answers to these questions and more as Monday Night Raw airs live from London, England at 9/8 CT, only on USA Network.
And for Raw’s return from England on April 21, WWE invites Democratic Presidential nominee hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to settle their differences inside the ring.
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