WWE Raw Sept. 12 Live Stream and Preview: Kevin Owens vs. Roman Reigns

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WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens will face Roman Reigns in the main event of this week’s Monday Night Raw live in Baltimore, Maryland. Here are all the things you need to know about WWE Raw Sept. 12, 2016, complete with TV schedule, previews, and live stream links.

WWE Raw Sept. 12, 2016 TV Schedule

  • Venue: Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Time: 8/7 PM C
  • Channel: USA Network

WWE Raw Sept. 12, 2016 Live Stream

WWE Raw Sept. 12 Preview

Kevin Owens vs. Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns goes one-on-one with WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens for the chance to be added to the Clash of Champions main event. If The Guy defeats the champ, the WWE Universal title match becomes a Triple Threat.

On the other hand, Seth Rollins will surely have his eye on this match, possibly even getting involved. Triple H and Chris Jericho could also both interfere on behalf of Owens. Who do you think will win this match? Will the Clash of Champions main event become Owens vs. Rollins vs. Reigns?

Sasha Banks or Bayley?

Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte will have her hands full in this week’s show with both Sasha Banks and Bayley gunning for a title shot. The Boss made it clear last week that he wants her title shot at Clash of Champions.

However, Bayley can also demand a title shot since she defeated Charlotte in a non-title match last week. What will Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley do to solve this? Could it lead to a Triple Threat Match?

Match No. 5

Cesaro avoided a clean sweep by Sheamus on Wednesday in London in Match No. 4 of their Best of Seven Series. The Swiss Superman defeated The Celtic Warrior to make it 3-1. But can he do it again this week on Raw?

A surprise from The New Day?

Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson presented The New Day their “old versions” last week but the champs ended up beating the crap out of them. Do the world famous two-time champs have a surprise for their title challengers?

Just Bo-Lieve in Bo

Bo Dallas came out with a new style of aggression last week and defeated Kyle Roberts in a squash match. Should the fans really Bo-Lieve in Bo this time around?

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