We continue running ourselves in for Triple H’s way of doing things and tonight’s Monday Night Raw rolls from the Moda Center in Portland which will serve as an important episode on the road to Extreme Rules premium live event in 3 weeks time.
Although WWE has advertised a few things for tonight’s show including Edge vs. Dominik Mysterio, plus the in-ring return of Johnny Gargano in addition to an open challenge which will be issued by the Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair. Damage CTRL will get their Women’s Tag-Team Title shot after last week’s controversial loss.
Apart from these official listings there are tons of other interesting stuff to look upon including the Matt Riddle/Seth Rollins saga and what’s next between Dexter Lumis and The Miz after the latter was choked and escorted out of the arena last week. Well, if you want to read some spoilers regarding the show then scroll below.
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What can we expect from tonight’s WWE Raw?
Lets put the curtains aside and dig straight into tonight’s Raw plans as being reported by PWInsider. First of all, the Rebel Heart Johnny Gargano will be wrestling in his first match after 281 days and Portland have some really sweet memories for the former NXT North American Champion. He will face one half of The Alpha Academy Chad Gable tonight.
It is also being said that Seth Rollins will be next in line for a United States Championship program with Bobby Lashley. As quite evidently been the highlight of recent WWE shows, there have been jovial efforts that are made to restore the lost glories of mid-card titles and a possible Rollins/Lashley feud will be a major step in that direction.
Additionally, are we in for some sort of surprises once again on WWE Raw? I guess the show will be noteworthy and the wrestling quality have already been up in recent weeks as the matches have been given proper time and offense. So, we really don’t have to worry about quality in-ring action.
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