Feb. 27 (UPI) -- The fallout from Sunday's Elimination Chamber spilled over into Raw Monday as new No. 1 contender Roman Reigns prepared to meet Universal Champion Brock Lesnar face-to-face.
As The Big Dog entered the ring, however, he shared the bad news that Lesnar and his advocate Paul Heyman would not be in attendance despite being advertised to discuss his upcoming title defense against Reigns at WrestleMania.
Reigns then let loose and shared his true feelings for Lesnar, noting that his comments would get him in trouble with the higher ups backstage.
"He doesn't respect me, he doesn't respect any of you and he doesn't respect anyone in that locker room. And we're all sick of it," Reigns said. "I was taught at an early age that there's a fine line between business and respect...I don't respect Brock Lesnar."
Also on Raw, WWE leaders Stephanie McMahon and her husband Triple H addressed the altercation they shared with new signee Ronda Rousey and attempted to clear the air by saying Raw general manager Kurt Angle was telling lies at Elimination Chamber.
Rousey walked over to the ring looking furious as the authority figures asked to see Angle to explain his actions which led the former UFC fighter on Sunday to slam Triple H through a table. Angle eventually made his way to the ring and, citing his need to keep his job, said that he lied about the couple making behind-the-back insults towards Rousey.
Rousey still demanded an apology from McMahon, however, for slapping her in the face. McMahon then apologized under threat of having her arm ripped out by Rousey and began to exit the ring before Triple H suddenly sucker punched Angle in the face, leaving Rousey to attend to her friend.
The other big microphone moment on Raw involved John Cena laying out his plans for WrestleMania after he lost Sunday at the Elimination Chamber. The 16-time world champion then declared that he had a plan to challenge The Undertaker at the event, but that the match would be impossible.
Cena then announced that he was using his free agent status and moving back to Smackdown Live in order to find a new path to WrestleMania that he could earn.
Other moments from Raw included Asuka, Sasha Banks and Bayley defeating Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss, Nia Jax and Mickie James; Bray Wyatt challenging his rival Woken Matt Hardy once again; Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus defeating Titus Worldwide in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match; Braun Strowman defeating Elias vis disqualification; and Intercontinental Champion The Miz losing to Seth Rollins before having to face Finn Balor immediately afterwards in a match that ended in disqualification.