WWE RAW Coverage: Kingston Makes a Statement

The prep for Money in the Bank is going better than expected and there are plenty of storylines being built up. RAW is still a mess, but at least it’s starting to make more sense.


Battle Royal to be Added to Triple Threat for Last Money in the Bank Spot: Riddle ended up with the win and as a result, will get to fight on Randy Orton’s behalf later in the night after already securing his own spot in the Money in the Bank match.

Nikki Cross vs. Shayna Baszler w/Reginald and Nia Jax: Help from Bliss allowed Cross to score the Rollup win over Baszler.

Asuka and Naomi vs. Piper Niven and Eva Marie: Niven did all the work again and after the match, Eva Marie proclaimed herself the winner.

John Morrison w/The Miz vs. Ricochet: This one ended in a double count-out but had some fun spots.

Charlotte and WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Natalya and Tamina vs. Dana Brooke, Mandy Rose and WWE RAW Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley: Flair won with a Boot that assured Rhea Ripley take notice.

Strap Match: Elias vs. Jaxson Ryker: Ryker hit the Side Slam for the easy win.

Triple Threat: Last Chance Money in the Bank Qualifier: Drew McIntyre vs. Riddle vs. WWE RAW Tag Team Champion AJ Styles w/Omos: McIntyre beat a tired Riddle with the Claymore.

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