With a bit under two weeks until the "No Mercy 2017" pay-per-view, the WWE "Raw" superstars will invade the Honda Center in Anaheim California. The show will feature build up towards the next PPV event which features the main event of Braun Strowman vs. Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship. It also includes John Cena and Roman Reigns going at it in the ring for their first encounter. Here's what may be coming on the latest episode of WWE "Raw" on Monday night.

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On last week's "Raw," fans saw a destructive main event match in which Big Show battled Braun Strowman inside the steel cage.

The match went back and forth quite a bit but eventually, it was Strowman getting the win. To add further injury to insult, Strowman slammed Big Show through one of the cage walls and left him laying there. Strowman's destructive moment was certainly a message that was sent, but how will Brock Lesnar respond to it?

Over the past few weeks, fans have seen the big rivalry between John Cena and Roman Reigns continue to take shape. The two have officially signed the contract for their "No Mercy" match but what will happen next between these two superstars of the ring?

Also, fans will be watching to see what develops in terms of the WWE "Raw" Women's Championship picture. After last week, it was learned that Alexa Bliss will defend her title in a Fatal 4-Way at "No Mercy." Nia Jax and Emma won a tag team match to gain entry into the title match at the PPV, but then Nia smashed Emma just like she has done to Alexa and Sasha in recent weeks.

Will Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks, Emma, or Nia Jax stand tall on the latest episode of "Raw" against Bliss?

There's also been a continuing feud involving "The Eater of Worlds" Bray Wyatt and "The Demon" Finn Balor. After Wyatt cost Balor a win in the battle royal for a new No. 1 contender to the Intercontinental title, Finn has said their fight is far from over.

What will go down next between these two superstars ahead of "No Mercy 2017" PPV?

How to watch live

The WWE "Raw" show is televised each Monday night starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. The WWE "Raw" program is shown exclusively on the USA Network for cable and satellite subscribers to enjoy. Anyone with the channel on their cable or satellite package should also be able to log into USA's "Live" video portion of their website to watch a live feed of the show as it airs.

Additionally, SlingTV offers the ability to stream USA as one of its channels on the Sling Orange package. New customers that sign up at Sling.com can enjoy a one-week free trial to check out the service.