With all three members of The Shield stable on WWE's "Monday Night Raw," one had to think that some sort of reunion was coming. That won't be the case on Monday, May 29th, when two of the Shield brothers will be forced to go one-on-one in the ring ahead of an "Extreme Rules" match. In addition to that, Finn Balor will be involved in a Triple Threat match against two of WWE's most destructive heels right now and fans will hope to learn who the mystery attacker was behind Enzo Amore's attack on the show. Here's the latest "Raw" preview with potential spoilers ahead.

Two big matches

At least two huge matches were scheduled ahead of this coming Monday's episode of WWE "Raw." In one of those matchups, former Shield partners Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns will have to go one-on-one. While there are no stakes on the line in this match, they'll need to put aside any thoughts of rekindling their friendship from days past. The two superstars will each be trying to gain some momentum towards their Fatal 5-Way match at "Extreme Rules."

The other three competitors for that WWE PPV match will be involved in a Triple Threat situation. "The Demon" Finn Balor will have to go against "The Eater of Worlds" Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe in the ring. Joe and Wyatt have teamed up together before, but will they do the same for this sort of match, or will each compete for his own chance to reign supreme in the match?

Other 'Raw' stories

Those won't be the only superstars preparing for the big "Extreme Rules" 2017 pay-per-view. Alexa Bliss escaped Bayley in the ring last week as the former champion finally managed to get ahold of the kendo stick. Bliss was able to roll out of harm's way, just moments after she attacked Mickie James with the stick.

Will Alexa and Bayley cross paths yet again on the latest "Raw" episode?

Also, fans are continuing to speculate about who attacked Enzo Amore on the last episode of "Raw." His tag team partner Big Cass was quick to arrive out to the scene and demanded answers. So far, the guilty party has yet to come forward. Some WWE rumors have suggested that a tag team may have orchestrated the vicious attack, or even Cass himself.

Would Cass attack his own partner, or was it another force involved in the assault?

WWE's "Monday Night Raw" goes live at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday evening. WWE fans can watch on television via the USA Network. Cable and satellite subscribers can also watch "Raw" live streaming online using the USA website. In addition, the SlingTV channel streaming service has the USA as part of its middle channel package and is available for a one-week free trial for all new customers.