Raw Five-Point Preview: Sept. 16, 2013

Raw Five-Point Preview: Sept. 16, 2013

Night of Champions ushered in Daniel Bryan as the new WWE Champion, but what does COO Triple H think about Randy Orton being dethroned? Plus, a WWE Hall of Famer is coming to Raw. Here are five reasons not to miss the pay-per-view fallout tonight at 8/7 CT on USA Network.

1. Will Triple H test Daniel Bryan?

Daniel Bryan talks about how it feels to be WWE Champion again: WWE.com Exclusive, Sept. 15, 2013

Newly crowned WWE Champion Daniel Bryan discusses his big win at Night of Champions.

WWE COO Triple H has already said Daniel Bryan as WWE Champion simply isn’t good for business. To send a strong message, The Game orchestrated one painful attack after another against the No. 1 contender in recent weeks. Now that the bearded underdog has dethroned Randy Orton, is Bryan in for even more oppressive treatment from the COO? Or, could Triple H possibly have a change in heart about Bryan as champ?

2. Can Dusty Rhodes revive his son’s career?

Raw Five-Point Preview: Sept. 16, 2013

First it was Cody Rhodes’ brother, Goldust, who tried and failed to save Cody’s career. Now Cody’s father, WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, has accepted a “ business proposition” from Stephanie McMahon and will appear live on Raw. Will he get the chance to help revive his son’s career?

Vote: Is Dusty walking into a trap?

3. Is Ryback the newest "Paul Heyman guy"?

Raw Five-Point Preview: Sept. 16, 2013

As promised, CM Punk finally got a measure of retribution against his former best friend, Paul Heyman, at Night of Champions. But the satisfaction was cut short when Ryback came calling. Was the massive Superstar just doing what he’s normally done as of late — strike down seemingly random targets? Or does the mad scientist now have a monster at his beck and call?

4. Does RVD have Del Rio’s number?

Raw Five-Point Preview: Sept. 16, 2013

Former WWE and ECW Champion Rob Van Dam appeared poised to add World Heavyweight Champion to his illustrious resume at Night of Champions, but the cunning reigning titleholder, Alberto Del Rio, had other plans. After their brutal bout that resulted in Del Rio getting himself disqualified, RVD struck with a painful Van Daminator and strutted about the ring with the World Heavyweight Title. Is it only a matter of time until he claims the coveted prize for his own?

5. Who can stop The Shield?

The Shield talk about their dominance at Night of Champions: WWE.com Exclusive, Sept. 15, 2013

The Shield claim they are the best.

Under the bright lights of the pay-per-view stage, The Shield once again showed the world that they are one of the most dominant forces in all of WWE. United States Champion Dean Ambrose took care of business against Dolph Ziggler, while WWE Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns shut down a challenge from The Prime Time Players. Can anyone tame these Hounds of Justice?

Don’t miss the fallout from Night of Champions tonight on Raw, starting at 8/7 CT on USA Network.

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