Roman Reigns and Jinder Mahal are now absolutely bound to compete in a one-on-one match against each other in the near future and the two men could very well throw it down at this year's MITB PPV.
- This week's RAW from London saw WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins retain over Kevin Owens in the opener.
In other matches, Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler continued their impressive show as they beat Braun Strowman and Finn Balor in a tag-team match. Angle makes Jinder vs. Elias vs. Bobby Lashley in a Money In the Bank qualifying match for later.
Reigns opened the proceedings at WWE Raw yesterday and asked for a match against the Indian-origin wrestler.
A Moon rises and a Queen rules. Boasting uncharacteristic teamwork, Banks, Natalya and Ember Moon locked up the squad as Liv Morgan soon found herself outnumbered and locked in the dreaded Sharpshooter.
Letitia James declares intent to run for NY state attorney general
Another concern for Rice was she could face scrutiny for potential campaign finance violations if she ran for attorney general . Public interviews with the candidates will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie announced Sunday.
Powell's POV: Raw and Smackdown are being taped in London, England at the 02 Arena.
Reigns says that last week he was robbed, and this time it was not by WWE management, but instead by Jinder Mahal. He attacked Mahal yet again sent Mahal through a well to send him out of contention for the triple-threat qualifying match. Reigns is shown backstage looking for Mahal, Reigns finds Mahal and Sunil Singh before a brawl starts between them.
This week, Reigns is likely going to see what kind of action should be taken against Mahal.
- Sami Zayn comes to the ring and cuts a promo on Bobby Lashley, ranting more about how Lashley gave him vertigo.
This week on Raw, it's more of the same!
Ever the fighting champion, Seth Rollins has defended his Intercontinental Title across four continents in the past three weeks, and he's willing to put his prize on the line against anyone that answers the call. Surviving numerous counters and traps, Rollins eventually landed his big boot on the back of the head of Owens and picked up the win.