Every Raw championship will be put on the line Sunday night at WWE Clash of Champions in Indianapolis, which begins at 8:00 p.m. ET on the WWE Network. Here are four things we expect to see in the ring.
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Sasha Banks regains her title and turns on Bayley
The triple threat match for the Raw Women's Championship is the perfect place for Sasha Banks to return to her true Boss character from NXT and launch a feud with the division's newest star, who up until this point has been Banks' on-screen best friend. There's a chance this happens without Banks winning the title, but fans have already spent a year watching Charlotte as champion. Putting the title between Banks and Bayley seems best for business.
Triple H returns
Triple H emerged after months away from Monday Night Raw to hit a Pedigree on Seth Rollins and hand Kevin Owens the Universal Championship. Where has Triple H been? Why did he help Kevin Owens? Did Stephanie McMahon actually know about it beforehand?
It'd be incredibly weird for Triple H to insert himself into the storyline and just vanish again. Hopefully we'll get some answers tonight.
The Cruiserweights are going to steal the show
If you've ever wondered how many mainstream WWE fans actually watch things like the Cruiserweight Classic, the answer is "not as many as you'd think" judging from the crowd at last Monday's episode of Raw. The atmosphere wasn't exactly electric at the start of the cruiserweight Fatal Four Way between Brian Kendrick, Rich Swann, Gran Metalik and Cedric Alexander - but by the end of the match the four men had completely won over the crowd with some incredible wrestling. The cruiserweights can be the best part of Raw each week if they get enough time in the ring, and that's true for Raw pay-per-views as well.
Roman Reigns will win the United States Championship
Roman Reigns' feud with Rusev has been underrated, but it's been broken up by Reigns' involvement in the Universal Championship picture. There needs to be a consistent place for Reigns, and at this point there's so many viable title contenders on Raw (Jericho, Zayn, Cesaro) that Reigns remaining in that conversation seems a bit bland by comparison. Give him the U.S. title and see if he can do for it what John Cena did.