Last week's edition of Monday saw The Miz attempt to cash in his Money in the Bank contract only to be thwarted by Drew McIntyre. McIntyre would later make the claim the only one to take the title off Randy is him. We also saw The Monster Among Men join Team RAW. Who will fill the final spot for Team RAW? What is next for the red brand as we head closer to Survivor Series?
Here is everything advertised for tonight's show:
Drew McIntyre on A Moment of Bliss:
Preview (via WWE) - Drew McIntyre has had only one thing on his mind since WWE Hell in a Cell: Regain the WWE Championship. Alexa Bliss will welcome the Scottish Superstar to “A Moment of Bliss” after hosting the current WWE Champion Randy Orton last week. McIntyre made his championship intentions clear last week, but he’s not the only one who has targeted The Viper. The Fiend will deliver his own message to McIntyre on behalf of Bliss on Monday Night Raw. The Miz & John Morrison were also incensed after McIntyre Claymore Kicked The A-Lister’s Money in the Bank cash-in attempt.
Jeff Hardy vs Riddle vs Elias(Second Chance Survivor Series Qualifying Match):
Preview (via WWE) - One spot on Team Raw is on the line, as the red brand closes in on a battle between The Best of the Best at Survivor Series. Jeff Hardy, Riddle and Elias will take part in a Second Chance Triple Threat Match with a place at Survivor Series going to the victor. All three competitors fell short in their first attempt at qualifying for Team Raw, but they’ll get one last opportunity to join the fight for brand supremacy. To make matters even more interesting, Hardy and Elias have escalated their rivalry in recent weeks, and The Charismatic Enigma defeated the songbird in a Guitar on a Pole Match last week. Who will join AJ Styles, Keith Lee, Sheamus and Braun Strowman in the red brand’s march to Survivor Series?
Asuka vs Nia Jax:
Preview (via WWE) - Raw Women’s Champion Asuka is less than two weeks away from a collision with SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks, but she’ll face another champion tonight in Nia Jax. Asuka will clash with one-half of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions on Raw. As dominant as The Empress of Tomorrow has been for much of 2020, Jax is on an especially destructive tear ahead of representing Raw in the 5-on-5 Women’s Elimination Match at Survivor Series. She decimated Lana last week, defeating her before once again slamming her through the announce table. Can Asuka overcome The Irresistible Force? Find out tonight on Raw at 8/7 C on USA Network!
Ricochet vs Mustafa Ali:
Preview (via WWE) - Ricochet has seemingly become enemy No. 1 for RETRIBUTION in their continued path of destruction. He’ll get a chance at payback tonight on Raw as he battles Mustafa Ali. Ali grabbed a ringside seat for Ricochet’s win over Tucker last week before ushering in the rest of RETRIBUTION in a scene that quickly turned awry for the victor. Declaring that “No sin is forgiven until it is punished,” Ali orchestrated a ruthless beatdown with an exclamation mark in the form of a vicious double chokeslam from T-BAR and MACE. Who will seize the upper hand in one-on-one action, and might light be shed on Ali’s issues with Ricochet?
Drew McIntyre and The New Day vs Randy Orton, The Miz and John Morrison:
Preview (via WWE) - A colossal Six-Man Tag Team throwdown is on tap when Drew McIntyre joins forces with Raw Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods against 14-time World Champion Randy Orton, The A-Lister & The Shaman of Sexy. To say that the rivalry between The Viper and The Scottish Superstar has reached a fever pitch would be a huge understatement. After Orton dethroned McIntyre inside Hell in a Cell, emotions have boiled over, and when they share the ring in Six-Man Tag Team action, the only possible result is absolute bedlam.
Miz TV with The New Day:
Preview (via WWE) - Tonight on “Miz TV,” The A-Lister will welcome (or maybe make not so welcome) Raw Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods, as they prepare to battle SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits at Survivor Series. The New Day are coming off of a non-title loss to Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin of The Hurt Business last week on Raw. Will The Miz & John Morrison stir up trouble with the champions as a Six-Man Tag Team showdown awaits?
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