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'The Beast Incarnate' Brock Lesnar is in no good mood after the way he was treated by The Wyatt Family at Royal Rumble 2016, and the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion will be present to address that on Monday Night Raw.

Lesnar will appear at the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama, on the first WWE Raw of February 2016, with nothing but a beatdown in mind. The Wyatt Family teamed up to eliminate the former UFC Heavyweight Champion in the Royal Rumble and an infuriated Lesnar is expected to turn Raw into 'Suplex City' on Monday.

While The Wyatt Family, featuring Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and the 'Black Sheep' Braun Strowman, remain his potential beatdown target, it is expected that the 'Beast' will unleash fury on everyone who crosses his path.

Lesnar will also be accompanied by Paul Heyman and both of them will also comment on the upcoming Triple Threat match headlining WWE Fastlane among Lesnar, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose.

The winner of the match gets a chance to take on Triple H in the main event of WrestleMania 32 for the WWE World Heavyweight title.

Apart from the segment featuring Lesnar, Reigns and Ambrose, the intense heated rivalry between Sasha Banks and WWE Divas Champion Charlotte is also expected to be addressed. And with Becky Lynch joining the party too, WWE are expected to push for an imminent Triple Threat match storyline among the three.

Also, after recording wins against Chris Jericho on the Raw after Royal Rumble and a win on Curtis Axel on SmackDown, AJ Styles will be in action for his second match on Raw as a WWE superstar on Monday. The League of Nations, the Usos, Kevin Owens, as well as United States Champion Kalisto are also set to be in action.

Where to watch live:

WWE Raw (1 February, 2016) is scheduled for a 8 pm ET (6 am IST, 1 am GMT) start.

WWE fans in India (and the rest of the subcontinent) can catch the action on Ten Sports, with the live streaming option on

WWE fans in the UK will get to watch the live action on Sky Sports 5 HDWatch Sky Sports will stream the event live.

WWE fans in the US can watch the live event on USA Network and stream the same on USA Network Live TV.