The WWE held their annual SummerSlam card last night and it was underwhelming, to say the least with some questionable outcomes and very lackluster wrestling. However, one match that lived up to the expectations was the main event Universal title match between Brock Lesnar, Braun Strowman, Samoa Joe, and Roman Reigns.

Following up on that amazing match, the WWE announced on Twitter today that Brock Lesnar will appear tonight on Monday Night Raw and fans should learn a little more about the future of the Raw main event scene.

Brock Lesnar is coming to WWE Raw

Brock Lesnar is a part-time WWE superstar so when he appears on Monday Night Raw, it is a big deal. After last night's huge match, Lesnar has not appeared on two consecutive Raw-exclusive pay-per-view events in a row so he shouldn't be expected back until possibly November and the Survivor Series event. The big question is who he will face and that story might start tonight on Raw.

If last night's card was an answer to that question, the one man that really deserves the next shot at Brock Lesnar is easily Braun Strowman.

Originally, Braun was supposed to fight Lesnar at Great Balls of Fire, but an injury took him out and Samoa Joe was inserted into his place.

Last night at SummerSlam, the fans were really into both Samoa Joe and Braun Strowman but by the end of the match, they were all in on Braun. No one has dominated Brock Lesnar like Strowman did.

He threw Brock across the ring like a Cruiserweight and then powerslammed him through two tables. Lesnar made it back to the ring and pinned Roman Reigns but he still has to answer to Braun Strowman in the future.

What is next for all four men?

In some interesting trivia, Roman Reigns has not won a pay-per-view match since he retired The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33.

He does not deserve to be in the title picture so the WWE needs to figure out how to position him on the card. That could start tonight.

Samoa Joe lost to Brock Lesnar after putting up a great fight at Great Balls of Fire and almost took two pinfall losses in the SummerSlam match before they were broken up. Where Joe goes from here is anyone's question but he has done enough since July to prove he deserves to be in a major feud.

Braun Strowman has beaten Roman Reigns on a regular basis and proved last night that he is bigger and stronger than Brock Lesnar. He needs to be in the WWE Universal title picture and the fans might be ready to turn him into a face against Brock Lesnar.

Everything should become clear tonight on WWE Monday Night Raw.