The cast of Monday Night Raw will be presented this Monday at the Heritage Bank Center, en Cincinnati, Ohio (formerly Riverfront Coliseum, The Crown, Firstar Center and US Bank Arena), a 17,000-seat coliseum and home to the ECHL’s Cincinnati Cyclones.
► Last week
The struggles presented were:
- The Bloodline vencieron a The New Day
- Doudrop defeated Eva Marie
- Randy Orton defeated AJ Styles
- Shayna Baszler defeated Nia Jax
- Humberto Carrillo and Angel Garza defeated Mustafa Ali and Mansoor
- WWE COUPLES FEMALE CHAMPIONSHIP: Rhea Ripley and Nikki ASH were crowned by defeating Natalya and Tamina
- Jeff Hardy beat Sheamus
- Roman Reigns defeated Bobby Lashley and Big E
► This Monday on WWE Raw
This year’s Extreme Rules had little Raw presence: Only two of the announced matches plus an extra three-of-a-kind. That little contribution of the red mark is not so important if we take into account that we are in the anteroom of the Draft, so many of the fighters we saw at the PPV representing the blue brand they could be about to change shirts. For now, we are already on our way to Crown Jewel, where more surprises await us.
Derived from the PPV, we have an important fight confirmed for this Monday. The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, and Xavier Woods) defeated Bobby Lashley, AJ Styles, and Omos, and a challenge arose.or for Big E to put the WWE Championship on the line against Lashley, who wants to recover the gold that he lost with a certain disadvantage. Will he be able to achieve it or will we see Big E consolidating the endorsement of the title in a more even crash?
As for the other Raw matches, we saw Damian Priest defend the United States Championship before Sheamus and Jeff Hardy. Will either of these two look for a new opportunity Or does a new challenger await Priest?
In addition, beyond knowing what is next for Charlotte Flair after keeping the Raw Women’s Championship, it will be interesting to know what will become of Alexa Bliss now that her Lily doll was destroyed by Flair.