WWE Monday Night RAW took place from Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Here’s all the action that went down last night.
Brock Lesnar confronted Universal Champion Seth Rollins and WWE Champion Kofi Kingston
Brock Lesnar had a Money In The Bank briefcase with a golden ticket inside Now, he has a Beast Box that he can use to belt out entrance theme music for his Brock Party. Look, I’m as confused as you are. Anyway, the Beast and his advocate Paul Heyman are still staying mum on just who the Beast will face, leaving WWE Champion Kofi Kingston and Universal Champion Seth Rollins to twist in the wind as they await a decision from Lesnar.
Try as he might, Kingston just couldn’t bait Lesnar into a showdown, as he received nothing for his efforts. Well that’s not true, Kingston did get something after all, as the show-off Dolph Ziggler crashed the party and kicked off a wild brawl.
Dolph Ziggler brawled with Xavier Woods and addressed WWE Champion Kofi Kingston
Managing to land a Zig Zag on Kingston and taking Xavier Woods to town, Ziggler’s mission is simple. He wants back what Kingston has supposedly stolen from him: A Wrestlemania moment that gave the dreadlocked dynamo the WWE championship. At Super Showdown, Ziggler promises a title change will be in the air.
Shane McMahon def. Lance Anoa’i
Universal Champion Seth Rollins confronted Brock Lesnar
Crikey this bit went on for a while. Seth Rollins tried again to get Lesnar to cash in his Money In The Bank contract, but the Beast quickly realised that he had a full year to use it. Plenty of time to wait and have a match according to his terms. Hard luck, Rollins.
Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and Nikki Cross def. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions The IIconics
Ricochet def. Cesaro
Rey Mysterio will surrender the United States Championship next week
Rey Mysterio may have broken Samoa Joe’s nose when they clashed at Money In The Bank, but the submission machine managed to leave the master of the 619 with a seperated shoulder in the post-match beatdown that followed. Naturally, Rey can’t defend the United States Championship that he won in controversial fashion, meaning that a forfeit is on the cards. And Joe will be waiting, to reclaim what is rightfully his.
Baron Corbin def. Braun Strowman, The Miz and Bobby Lashley to earn a Universal Championship Match against Seth Rollins at WWE Super ShowDown (Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match)
Bray Wyatt played limbo on “Firefly Fun House”
The Raw roster chased 24/7 Champion R-Truth through The Usos’ Memorial Day party
Sami Zayn was the first guest on “The Electric Chair”
Universal Champion Seth Rollins def. Sami Zayn
Last Updated: May 28, 2019
May 28, 2019 at 08:09
I don’t really get the big push with Corbin, he doesn’t seem to have the charisma to keep the crowd entertained. More like Boring Corbin