WWE 'Raw' Preview: Tyson Fury to Appear, What's Next for Lana, Lashley and Rusev?

Former unified heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury is coming to WWE's Raw Monday night.

WWE said it is offering Fury an "open microphone" to say his piece after getting into a heated exchange with WWE superstar Braun Strowman last Friday on the premiere episode of Friday Night SmackDown on Fox.

Fury, who appeared in the front row on SmackDown, lost his cool when Strowman appeared to throw fellow wrestler Dolph Ziggler right in his direction during an eight-man tag team match.

After the match, Fury jumped the crowd barrier and tried to go after Strowman but security intervened.

It looks like a WWE-boxing crossover match could be on the cards between these two. WWE teased that Fury "will now be offered an open forum this Monday night on Raw to speak his mind following the explosive incident."

WWE Raw preview: Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt and Hell in a Cell controversy

After Sunday's controversial Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event, what is next for Universal Champion Seth Rollins and "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt?

The disqualification finish to Rollins and Wyatt's "Hell in a Cell" match infuriated fans in attendance at the show in Sacramento, California, prompting chants of "refund" and "AEW"—referring to WWE rival wrestling troupe All Elite Wrestling.

In the main event, Rollins was disqualified after attacking Wyatt with everything but the kitchen sink. However, after the match, Wyatt managed to get up and get some payback on Rollins with his Mandible Claw move—jutting his fingers down Rollins' throat.

Much of the controversy in the audience and on Twitter stems from the nature of the "Hell in a Cell" match—which takes place inside a steel structure and does not typically end in disqualifications. Fans feeling shortchanged were very vocal on Sunday night, with fans at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento chanting "refund."

The live crowd are chanting "refund" after #HIAC went off the air.

Yikes all around.pic.twitter.com/CROkTYVpp8

— WWE Critic (@WWECritics) October 7, 2019

The divisive finish also got roasted on Twitter by fans and wrestling personalities alike.

.@AEWonTNT watching #HIAC finish pic.twitter.com/OBSALIQzmb

— David LaGreca (@davidlagreca1) October 7, 2019

WWE all night: Anything goes inside #HIAC

Seth: Uses sledgehammer

Ref: pic.twitter.com/zgPBoD5dgw

— 2K20 got robbed at the game awards (@TalkTheRopes) October 7, 2019

Even WWE Hall of Famer X-Pac was bold enough to criticize WWE's Hell in a Cell script on WWE's very own watchalong program:

X-PAC’s reaction to the ending of #HIAC is all of us lmaoooo pic.twitter.com/dgCbQt5I9g

— Mr. Acosta (@MrAcosta89) October 7, 2019

WWE Raw preview: Bobby Lashley, Lana and Rusev

Last Monday's Raw ended in another controversy—an illicit kiss between Bobby Lashley and Lana, who happens to be married to Rusev.

Lashley and Lana made out in full view of Lana's husband in a shocking clip that has been watched 4.3 million times on YouTube.

Will we find out what happened in this sordid love triangle on Raw Monday night?

WWE Raw preview: "Last Woman Standing" match

So far announced for Monday's Raw on USA Network is a "Last Woman Standing" match between recent rivals Natalya and Lacey Evans, who have traded victories on recent episodes of Raw.

The match was announced during Sunday's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view after Natalya picked up a win against Evans on the kickoff show.

If the last "Last Woman Standing" match in WWE—between Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch—is anything to go by, this should be fun.