Undertaker returns: A series of increasingly personal attacks have all but wiped out any pretense of mutual respect between The Undertaker and Triple H as they prepare to battle for the last time ever at WWE Super Show-Down in Melbourne, Australia. Last week seemed to ice it for Triple H, who responded to The Deadman’s insults of Shawn Michaels by promising to “put him down.” Now, The Last Outlaw rides back onto Team Red to offer his rebuttal. Will this remain a war of words for now, or will things escalate into physicality? Unfinished business: While Braun Strowman may have failed to capture the Universal Title, his cohorts Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre retained the Raw Tag Team Titles in thoroughly impressive fashion, holding off an all-world effort from Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins. Lingering animosity between Strowman’s “pack” and Rollins & Ambrose aside, will anybody step up to challenge Ziggler & McIntyre? Lesnar's impact: Brock Lesnar was told he couldn’t have a Universal Title rematch at WWE Hell in a Cell, so he destroyed Hell in a Cell singlehandedly. The Conqueror kicked the Cell’s door off its hinges and decimated Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman, bringing their title bout to an unprecedented no-contest decision. While it’s hard to imagine Strowman won’t demand restitution, The Beast clearly isn’t about to let the championship race pass him by. Could the record-setting titleholder return to Raw to once again demand his rematch? And if he does, will Acting General Manager Baron Corbin have the guts to turn him down? Ronda's future: Far more decisive was the ending to the Raw Women’s Championship Match, which saw Ronda Rousey emphatically retain against Alexa Bliss, despite an attack on the champion’s injured ribs that brought her dangerously close to an upset. While Rousey is firmly entrenched as champion, The Goddess arguably provided a blueprint for combatting Rousey, and the division is wide open. Will a new challenger emerge?