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WM40 is going to be incredible

December 12, 2023

Punk vs Rollins Night 1

Reigns vs Rhodes Night 2


When Jey finally beats Drew,

December 12, 2023

Drew’s dream will be broken for real.

Now I really want Punk to do his Devil promo if he becomes the World Heavyweight Champion.


Honestly really solid episode.

December 12, 2023

Obviously the peak was the Punk/Rollins segment but the entire show felt pretty consistently good (besides the Rhea/Maxxine match but I’ll forgive that because she’s legit really green.)

Not at all dissatisfied having watched the whole show. Really excited to see where they go with the Punk/Rollins stuff and how the rest of the locker room might play a part in it.


Rhodes vs Nakamura

December 12, 2023

Rhodes vs Nakamura won’t end until a no disqualification match. Otherwise, Cody can’t overcome the mist, and prove to Shinsuke why his story will be one to reach that final chapter.


Rhea and trying to be the leader

December 12, 2023

Damian flying too close to the sun with all this yelling at Rhea and trying to be the leader


1994 Royal Rumble storyline

December 12, 2023

Yo they building to the 1994 Royal Rumble storyline, Bret’s knee was hurt and was trying to win the Rumble to fight Yoko for the title. Bret is Cody. So CM Punk is Luger. And I guess Seth is Yokozuna 🤣 that would be sick tho if they did the double finish with Cody and Punk tho, where they both went out at the same time. Ooh! If they did that, Cody could face Roman and Punk could face Seth!


Cody and Roman.

December 12, 2023

I feel it would take a lot to overshadow Cody and Roman. This year’s Night One Main Event was the biggest story of that past year but Roman/Cody was still the biggest match on the card even despite all that.

Roman just has that defining aura to him, along with a modern Hogan-esque length of a run, and Cody’s the top face. Seth/Punk has the potential to be the best STORY of Mania 40 (for as much of a good story as Roman and Cody could be too) but when it comes to which match has the most epic feel to it, Roman defending his belt against the THE babyface hero is to big of a moment. If Cody takes Roman’s belt how do you follow that?


Seth/Punk being the Night One Main Event

December 12, 2023

I know Seth/Punk being the Night One Main Event is just speculation, but it really does make a lot of sense, and although Rhea VS The Rumble Winner would be ideal, the WHC is the new title they’re trying to push.

You’re right that it’s a good enough feud that the belt isn’t necessary, though.


Seth vs Punk

December 12, 2023

He still could. Seth vs Punk is so intriguing that it doesn’t necessarily need the title. It probably will be for the title tho more than likely.


Really hyped for Seth VS Punk.

December 12, 2023

As good as Seth and Drew’s feud was this could be even better.

Speaking of Drew, having him now beat Seth as a heel would be perfect, but it likely won’t happen to set the Punk feud up. It’s a shame but I’m sure we’ll get an even more ruthless Drew out of it.


Punk could’ve went harder at Rollins

December 12, 2023

I feel like Punk could’ve went harder at Rollins if he wanted to but it’s all good. We got a while and it’s just gonna get better from here.


I’ll see myself out.

December 12, 2023

I guess you could say Cody mist his opportunity.


Really great raw.

December 12, 2023

Punk Seth was amazing


Great show

December 12, 2023

Just firing on all cylinders right now.


Seeing so many interactions backstage

December 12, 2023

Seeing so many interactions backstage is a small detail that really does enhance the feeling of the show so much.


Cody taking the Creed brothers

December 12, 2023

Cody taking the Creed brothers under his wing would be a fun story to tell, kinda like a face version of Legacy


Agreed. Call me crazy

December 12, 2023

Agreed. Call me crazy but I think Sami coming back to win the rumble would be a great twist. Then it also sets up an interesting choice for Sami’s character, does he go after revenge on Drew or try once again to end Roman’s title run.


I hope Drew wins the title and defend and lost it to Sami at Wrestlemania.

December 12, 2023

Punk and Seth do not need the title they can screw each other until they face at Wrestlemania. Cody and Sami winning night 1 and 2 of Wrestlemania would be awesome.


When WWE puts on a good show,

December 12, 2023

Cleveland is a good crowd. When they used to put on 40 minute talking segments to open the show, the crowd falls asleep.

Some crowds are hot for anything and will cheer trash shows. Some crowds are dead in the best of shows. Cleveland falls in the middle, and doesn’t reward crap, but isn’t dead for good segment/show.


Bunch of thoughts from an overall good show:

December 12, 2023

Drew vs Jey was good, but I hope Jey starts winning some singles matches soon to build momentum for the Rumble. He’s done a whole lotta losing since getting drafted.

Rhea vs Maxxine was rough unfortunately. They should probably get Maxxine some more in ring time/house show matches soon to get some reps. Hope Ivy does well with Rhea.

Hoooo boy that Punk/Seth promo…. that was awesome! So much tension and some great lines from Seth. Clearly that’s the Mania N1 Main Event, it’s gonna slap for sure

JD made a huge mistake tonight: Don’t fuck with R-Truth. Next thing you know he’s gonna win the briefcase off Priest and dethrone Roman, as was prophesized.

Johnny and Miz getting a hometown moment was cool. Candice losing in a few minutes AGAIN was not.

Becky/Nia promo was decent actually. I know, I know, it’s not allowed to say something involving her was good, but Nia played her part and Bex was great on the mic as usual. I appreciate that they’re finally addressing this feud, long overdue imo. Gives them something to do before Becky vs Rhea at Mania and maybe (just my prediction) Jade debuts to beat Nia.

Cleveland was a good crowd btw.


Shinsuke had to start doing those backstage

December 12, 2023

Shinsuke had to start doing those backstage video promos so that he wouldn’t get overpowered by Seth’s singing fans during their feud and now they’re the best most defining part of his character.


His promos have become formulaic since he left.

December 12, 2023

If live murder you mean insert multiple “wink wink nudge nudge nostalgia references” and then flubs 2-3 lines then loses all rhythm in his promo and then stares at Rollins for a moment or two.


Punk is going to commit

December 12, 2023

Punk is going to commit a live murder the next time he steps in the ring with Seth on the mic and I’m gonna have a front row seat to it.


Especially on Raw

December 12, 2023

This was my fear once Randy and Punk turned back up. My hope is that once things have settled down a bit, that we can manoeuvre back to having multiple women and longer matches. And those weeks were highly rated too. .


Ivy’s most likely a one-and-done TV match if anything.

December 12, 2023

How they build the women’s Rumble over these next few weeks will be the interesting thing as far as considering the division as a whole goes. (We also don’t know if SD plans are changed until we learn how long Charlotte’s out.)


While I appreciated Chelsea on commentary,

December 12, 2023

that match only going two minutes and Indi (who Becky had given some shine to) and Candice looking like geeks was frustrating.

If you’re going to do what’s effectively a squash in Rhea/Maxxine, the other match on a three hour show deserves better than that.


WWE feels very much on the cusp

December 12, 2023

WWE feels very much on the cusp of sliding back to where they were with the main roster women’s division before the month or so before Survivor Series.

Rhea’s got few real prospects lined up (Ivy isn’t ready for a substantial feud) and seems set to be focusing on the men going forward again, the matches are shortening, and Becky/Nia seems to fill the same slot that Becky/Trish did on Raw. SD is really just the one feud and same one on loop (Bianca vs Damage CTRL).


You know the Maxxine

December 12, 2023

You know the Maxxine match was tough when the recap bypasses it completely to focus on the post match staredown between Rhea & a totally different wrestler


My favourite Seth Rollins

December 12, 2023

I’ve said it before, my favourite Seth Rollins is when he drops the cackling/dancing and gets real serious with it, he knows how to cut so deep.


Good show

December 12, 2023

Very good main event and it was certain that this rivalry is only beginning, I like it so far, I hope the final match between Cody and Shin has a stipulation.


To be honest, as much as I wanted Cody to win

December 12, 2023

, I do think it was necessary in the long run, because him winning the title so soon would feel pretty rushed, especially for a historic reign. Mania 39 WAS an ideal time for Roman to lose, but Cody hadn’t had a chance to genuinely chase the title which is what his “story” is centered around. A Dusty/Flair approach would be great (although Cody losing again would be a joke).

Personally, this Shinsuke feud is the only one that feels filler to me, mostly because it’s a pretty big downgrade from Brock and the Judgement Day. The Brock feud did a ton for Cody’s stardom, since it was a brutal uphill battle that both got him sympathy and made him go full superhero, and then he went to war with the hottest heel faction coming off of that. Both of those things are divorced from Roman, but still give the feeling of Cody going on a big journey through obstacles to work his way back.

Shinsuke is great, but his booking/kayfabe strength just isn’t the same as that. The strongest he’s been is his feud with Seth which he still lost. I’d still prefer this than them dragging the Judgement Day feud beyond Wargames, though.


Not having Cody win this past year

December 12, 2023

Yeah, I really think they fucked up not having Cody win this past year, He’s still good and has done some good stuff but everything since then has felt like very blatant filler.

So when he wins it’s like “why..why didn’t we just do this last year?” anyway pessimistic stuff aside, youre right. Cody’s gotta win for them to have a shot there. Fingers crossed lol.


Cody would definitely

December 12, 2023

Cody would definitely have to take the belt for there to be a chance, especially since he already lost once.


17 was the ultimate banger.

December 12, 2023

Every mania before or after is just competing for silver.


I just don’t see Brock ever going for the IC belt too.

December 12, 2023

If Roman, Seth, and Rhea all retain (which ranges from possible to likely), they’re going to need several big moments outside of those matches to make up for it and GUNTHER falling to Gable or another underdog face could definitely be one of them.


Roman vs Cody 2

December 12, 2023

So we’re more than likely getting Roman vs Cody 2 at Mania and Punk vs Seth. Now we just need Brock vs Gunther and this Mania will be the ultimate banger


Rhea tries to distract the ref

December 12, 2023

I feel like maybe next week Rhea tries to distract the ref and Ivy stops her and ref sees Julius fighting off JD and Dom and they get dq’d and then Judgement Day gets the upper hand and try to badly injure them after and then Cody returns the favor or Alpha Academy saves them and maybe Adam Pearce uses that as a reason to relinquish Judgement Day of half the titles.


Special branded edition of Raw

December 12, 2023

I’m glad they’re doing a special branded edition of Raw. Felt they should’ve done something like that last year as well when they didn’t do December ppv.


Feels like Jey

December 12, 2023

I actually thought that was a little weird. Feels like Jey would’ve made much more sense. I guess the Creeds are sorta like the bouncers of Raw?


funny as hell

December 12, 2023

Truth is funny as hell


Punk was good too

December 12, 2023

Damn Seth’s promo with Punk was amazing.


$500 to fucking do it.

December 12, 2023

This is the first time I could legitimately go to a Wrestlemania and its looking to be one of the best ones…. and it would cost me $500 to fucking do it.


Pretty good episode.

December 12, 2023

Only thing that felt off to me was Jey not running out to help Cody at the end. But the Creeds did? I get that it’s likely setting up next week’s main event but still weird that Cody’s Vegeta didn’t come to help.


You see the Creeds win?

December 12, 2023

On one hand their talented but its so soon and winning means they wont have much left to pursue. They also have a way to lose but protected with Shin or Rhea costing them.


Shinsuke has adopted the Mist

December 12, 2023

It’s cool that Shinsuke has adopted the Mist. He had one of the Great Muta’s last matches, and what Shinsuke did was steal his mist, and used it on him plus a Kinshasaa for the finish. Now him using it in WWE is like cross company continuity; Shinsuke is now a more deadly opponent with the mist.


Cody needs to beat Roman at Mania

December 12, 2023

Having Cody and Punk being the final two in the RR makes the most sense to me. On one hand, you’ve got two of the biggest babyfaces on the roster going at it, and whoever loses will still be able to take on the champ of their respective brand.


RAW Fallout: Chaos Erupts, Cody Crumbles, and Punk Makes His Choice

The red haze of RAW 12/11/23 has cleared, leaving behind a landscape littered with shattered dreams, blind rage, and the echo of a seismic decision. From the electrifying opening to the gut-wrenching main event, this wasn’t just another Monday night – it was a crucible where legacies were forged and alliances crumbled. So, buckle up, fellow connoisseurs of carnage, as we delve into the fallout of RAW, dissecting its every twist and turn.

Judgment Day’s Cracks Widen: The air crackled with tension as Rhea Ripley, draped in the crimson cloak of leadership, confronted a sullen Dominik Mysterio and a brooding Finn Balor. WarGames’ scars ran deep, Dominik’s North American Championship defeat a festering wound. Rhea, ever the pragmatist, demanded accountability, her words laced with a steely edge. But Balor, his charisma dulled by disappointment, offered only vague platitudes. The cracks in Judgment Day, once hairline fissures, were now gaping chasms, threatening to swallow the faction whole.

Maxxine’s Demise: In the ring, Rhea proved that actions speak louder than words. She unleashed a dominant performance against Maxxine Dupri, bending the Alpha Academy prodigy to her will with a suffocating submission. The message was clear: Rhea wasn’t just the Queen – she was the undisputed Empress of the Red Brand. Maxxine, humbled and defeated, looked on with a mixture of fear and grudging respect. Was this the end of Gigi’s Alpha dream, or simply a necessary setback?

Big Bronson Reed: A Force Unstoppable: Across the squared circle, “Big” Bronson Reed cemented his place as a force to be reckoned with. His monstrous clash with Ivar was a symphony of brutality, the ring echoing with the thud of flesh against flesh. Ivar, ever the valiant warrior, fought valiantly, but Reed’s sheer power proved insurmountable. The bell tolled, and Reed stood tall, a mountain of muscle and menace. His gaze swept the roster, a silent challenge to any who dared stand in his path.

Tag Teaming Turbulence: The Women’s Tag Team division witnessed its own share of drama. Kayden Carter and Katana Chance, the unlikely duo who ignited the revolution, emerged victorious over Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell. The victory was a testament to their grit and determination, but the celebration was short-lived. Toxic Attraction, their eyes burning with green envy, lurked in the shadows, ready to reclaim their dominance. The tag team landscape, once a battlefield, now resembled a tinderbox, waiting for the spark that would ignite a full-blown inferno.

Cody’s Nightmare Unfolds: But the main event, the epic clash between Cody Rhodes and Shinsuke Nakamura, transcended mere spectacle. It was a battle for pride, a dance on the precipice of oblivion. Cody, riding the wave of WarGames victory, seemed invincible. Nakamura, his eyes burning with a cold fire, sought redemption for his loss. The match was a whirlwind of strikes and counters, each blow echoing the narrative of their bitter rivalry.

The Kinshasa’s Brutal Return: And then, it happened. Nakamura, with the swiftness of a striking viper, unleashed the Kinshasa. Cody crumpled, the American Dream shattered on the canvas. The crowd gasped, the air thick with disbelief. But the nightmare wasn’t over. Nakamura, fuelled by a twisted sense of justice, continued the assault, a barrage of blows raining down on the fallen Cody. The referee called for the DQ, a bittersweet victory for Cody, tainted by the lingering threat of Nakamura’s rage.

Chaos Reigns, Punk’s Choice Looms: As RAW faded to black, the echoes of chaos reverberated through the arena. Judgment Day teetered on the brink, Cody’s future hung precariously, and the Women’s Tag Team division remained a powder keg. But above it all, one question loomed large: which brand would CM Punk choose? His decision, a seismic event waiting to happen, would reshape the landscape of WWE in ways we can only imagine.

This, dear readers, is the legacy of RAW 12/11/23. It was a night where the lines between hero and villain blurred, where dreams were shattered and alliances fractured. The fallout is still unfolding, the ripples spreading through the WWE Universe. But one thing is certain: the red brand has entered a new era, one where chaos reigns and the only constant is the relentless pursuit of glory.

The Road Ahead: Speculation and Secrets in the Aftermath of RAW

The dust has settled, the crimson lights have dimmed, but the questions raised by RAW 12/11/23 continue to echo in the minds of WWE fans worldwide. While the immediate fallout is clear, the road ahead remains shrouded in a tantalizing fog of speculation and secrets. Let’s delve deeper into the narratives that emerged from the chaos, dissecting the potential paths each storyline could take:

Judgment Day’s Fractured Foundation: The once-unassailable throne of Judgment Day now sits precariously, cracks snaking through its seemingly solid foundation. Rhea Ripley, though victorious in the ring, faces a more formidable foe in the form of internal dissent. Dominik’s simmering resentment and Balor’s waning faith could erupt into a full-blown mutiny, leaving Rhea to pick up the pieces of a shattered kingdom. Will she be able to mend the cracks, or will Judgment Day crumble under the weight of its own discord?

Cody’s Crumbling Dream: Cody Rhodes, the embodiment of resilience and hope, now stares down a different kind of adversary: the lingering shadow of Nakamura’s brutality. The Kinshasa has shaken his confidence, leaving a question mark hanging over his future. Will Cody rise above this setback, fueled by a burning desire for revenge, or will the fear of the Kinshasa cripple his spirit? His path forward will be a treacherous one, paved with doubt and the specter of a fallen American Dream.

The Women’s Tag Team Tinderbox: The simmering tension within the Women’s Tag Team division has reached a boiling point. Toxic Attraction, their emerald envy simmering beneath the surface, wait in the wings ready to reclaim their dominance. Kayden Carter and Katana Chance, the unlikely champions, stand as a defiant wall against the tide of green. Will they weather the storm and solidify their place at the top, or will Toxic Attraction reclaim their throne with a vengeance? This battle promises to be a brutal one, a clash of styles and personalities that will leave the division forever changed.

Punk’s Poignant Choice: The elephant in the red room, the seismic event waiting to happen, is CM Punk’s decision. Which brand will he choose? His allegiance holds the power to reshape the landscape of WWE, and the ramifications of his choice are as vast as they are unpredictable. Will he join Raw, bolstering its ranks with his veteran presence and star power, or will he grace SmackDown with his return, reigniting a rivalry with Roman Reigns that promises to be nothing short of epic? Punk’s decision is a ticking time bomb, waiting to explode and reshape the WWE Universe forever.

Whispers of Conspiracy: But amidst the immediate fallout, whispers of a larger conspiracy begin to slither through the shadows. Was Nakamura’s attack on Cody orchestrated by someone else, a shadowy figure pulling the strings behind the curtain? Is Judgment Day’s internal strife a symptom of a deeper malaise, a puppet master manipulating their discord? And what role, if any, does Punk play in this web of intrigue? The answers lie hidden, waiting to be unearthed by the cunning and the observant.

The Seeds of New Alliances: The fallout of RAW has also sown the seeds of potential new alliances. Could Cody, seeking solace and strength, find a reluctant ally in the form of “Big” Bronson Reed, their shared respect for power forming a formidable bond? Could Rhea Ripley, faced with the threat of a fracturing Judgment Day, reach out to a former rival, forging an uneasy truce to quell the flames of dissent? The possibilities for new alliances are endless, adding a layer of intrigue to the already complex web of storylines.

Conclusion: RAW 12/11/23 was not just a night of brutal clashes and shattered dreams; it was a turning point. The landscape of WWE has shifted, and the future remains tantalizingly uncertain. Will Cody rise from the ashes, or will Nakamura’s shadow consume him? Will Judgment Day crumble under the weight of its own turmoil, or will they emerge stronger, more ruthless than ever? And what will CM Punk’s decision unleash? These are the questions that hang heavy in the air, waiting to be answered in the weeks and months to come. So buckle up, fellow WWE enthusiasts, for the ride is just beginning. The road ahead is paved with chaos, but it also promises to be a thrilling journey, one where legends will be made and legacies redefined. Keep your eyes peeled, your ears open, and your minds sharp, for the secrets of RAW 12/11/23 are only just beginning to unfold.

The Ripple Effect: Beyond RAW, the Impact Spreads

The tremors from RAW 12/11/23 haven’t just shaken the red brand; they’ve sent ripples through the entire WWE Universe, impacting SmackDown and beyond. Let’s venture outside the confines of Raw and explore how this epic night might influence the landscape of the entire wrestling world:

SmackDown’s Shifting Sands: Cody’s potential jump to SmackDown throws a pebble into the already turbulent waters of the blue brand. Roman Reigns, ever the opportunist, may see Cody’s arrival as a chance to solidify his dominance, setting the stage for a clash of titans that could redefine the meaning of “Main Event.” Alternatively, could Cody’s presence inspire a rebellion amongst the disgruntled superstars of SmackDown, leading to a new era of defiance against the Tribal Chief’s iron fist? The possibilities are as vast as the blue brand itself, and the fallout from Cody’s decision will undoubtedly be felt across SmackDown.

NXT: A Breeding Ground for Challengers: While the spotlight shines brightly on the main rosters, NXT, the breeding ground for future stars, remains fertile ground for potential challengers. The events of RAW could inspire the next generation of superstars to rise up, drawing inspiration from Cody’s resilience, Rhea’s leadership, or even the brutal power of Bronson Reed. Perhaps a young upstart, fueled by the drama of RAW, will debut on the main roster soon, ready to shake up the established order with their fresh perspective and audacious ambition.

The Return of Old Rivalries: The whispers of conspiracy surrounding RAW could also reignite old rivalries that have simmered beneath the surface for years. Could Edge, a seasoned veteran with a history of pulling strings, be the puppet master behind Nakamura’s attack on Cody? Could Triple H, the kingmaker who once orchestrated the demise of Judgment Day, see an opportunity to capitalize on their internal strife? The return of old rivalries, fueled by the paranoia and uncertainty sown by RAW, could add a layer of thrilling unpredictability to the coming months.

The Global Stage: Beyond the Borders: The impact of RAW transcends national borders, as the WWE Universe is a truly global phenomenon. Fans in India, Japan, and Europe will dissect every move, every promo, and every bodyslam, adding their own unique interpretations and perspectives to the ongoing narrative. Social media will be ablaze with passionate debates, fan art, and outlandish theories, further solidifying the interconnectedness of the WWE Universe and the power of storytelling that transcends language and culture.

The Power of Storytelling: Lessons Learned: Ultimately, RAW 12/11/23 served as a masterclass in the power of storytelling. It reminded us that wrestling is more than just athletic feats; it’s a tapestry woven with emotions, betrayal, redemption, and the ever-present struggle for dominance. It’s a testament to the creative minds behind the scenes, the superstars who pour their heart and soul into every performance, and the fans who bring the magic to life with their unwavering passion.

A Look to the Future: As the dust settles and the echoes of RAW fade, one thing is clear: the future of WWE is brighter than ever. With new storylines taking shape, potential alliances brewing, and the ever-present possibility of shocking twists and turns, every night promises to be a spectacle. So, stay tuned, fellow WWE enthusiasts, for the journey is far from over. The road ahead is paved with surprises, and we, the dedicated fans, are in for a wild ride. Let’s buckle up, grab our popcorn, and witness the next chapter in the grand saga of WWE unfold before our very eyes.

This is just a glimpse into the far-reaching consequences of RAW 12/11/23. The story continues, evolving and adapting with each passing day. It’s up to us, the passionate fans, to analyze, speculate, and revel in the glorious chaos that is WWE. So, let the discussions begin, let the theories fly, and let’s keep the fire of WWE fandom burning bright. The future is ours to witness, and it promises to be nothing short of epic.

WWE RAW 12/11/23 Preview: Brace Yourself for Chaos, Grudges, and Redemption

This Monday Night RAW, the red brand explodes with potential for chaos, grudges settled, and redemption sought. From the simmering embers of past rivalries to the rising flames of new conflicts, the air crackles with anticipation. Prepare to witness a night where emotions run high and the stakes are undeniable.

Cody Rhodes vs. Shinsuke Nakamura: A Collision of Ambition and Regret

The moment we’ve all been waiting for has arrived. Cody Rhodes, the American Nightmare, will finally face off against the enigmatic Shinsuke Nakamura. Two former Royal Rumble winners, two men with similar journeys but vastly different destinies, they now stand poised for a clash of titans.

Nakamura, the King of Strong Style, has long awaited this opportunity. He believes Rhodes, despite his talent and ambition, lacks the true fire within. Nakamura’s brutal attack two weeks ago was a message, a declaration of war. He wants to prove to Rhodes, and to the world, that he holds the true potential to rise above.

For Rhodes, this match is about more than just victory. It’s about redemption. He has tasted the bitterness of defeat in the past, the agonizing feeling of falling short of his ultimate goal. Now, he seeks to prove that he is not defined by his failures, but by his relentless pursuit of glory.

Their clash promises to be a spectacle of athleticism and technical prowess. Expect a brutal, no-holds-barred battle, fuelled by years of frustration and a burning desire to prove who the superior Superstar truly is.

Drew McIntyre vs. Jey Uso: A Grudge Match Simmering with Fury

Their rivalry has simmered for weeks, fueled by resentment and a thirst for retribution. Drew McIntyre, the Scottish Warrior, has made it clear that he will not forgive Jey Uso for his interference in his World Heavyweight Championship match.

McIntyre, known for his unwavering determination and explosive power, will step into the ring with vengeance on his mind. He will look to punish Uso for his betrayal and silence him once and for all.

For Jey Uso, this match is an opportunity to prove his worth, both to himself and to the world. He has lived in the shadow of his brother, Roman Reigns, for too long. Now, he seeks to break free and establish his own legacy, even if it means standing against a formidable opponent like McIntyre.

This grudge match promises to be a war of attrition, a test of strength and resilience. Expect both Superstars to unleash their full arsenal, pushing their limits to the very edge.

Becky Lynch Calls Out Nia Jax: A Rivalry Renewed

The Man and The Irresistible Force are set to collide once again. Becky Lynch, the relentless champion, has never backed down from a challenge, and Nia Jax, a force of nature in the ring, is no exception.

Their rivalry dates back years, fueled by a clash of personalities and a mutual respect that borders on obsession. Both women are fiercely competitive, driven by an insatiable desire to dominate.

This week, Lynch will call out Jax, setting the stage for a rematch that promises to be even more brutal than their previous encounters. Expect flying fists, thunderous slams, and an undeniable display of sheer willpower.

Maxxine Dupri vs. Rhea Ripley: A Test of Strength and Resilience

Two rising stars are set to clash in what promises to be a thrilling non-title match. Maxxine Dupri, the enigmatic leader of Maximum Male Models, has impressed with her athleticism and in-ring presence. Now, she faces her toughest challenge yet in the form of Rhea Ripley, the RAW Women’s Champion.

Ripley, known for her raw power and unwavering determination, will not take this match lightly. She understands the threat that Dupri poses and will be looking to defend her title with everything she has.

This match will be a test for both Superstars. Dupri will have the opportunity to prove that she is more than just a pretty face, while Ripley will get to showcase her dominance as champion. Expect a fast-paced, hard-hitting encounter that could have major implications for the future of the women’s division.

Will CM Punk Sign with RAW?

The rumors have been swirling for weeks: will CM Punk, the Straight Edge Savior, finally make his return to WWE, and if so, will it be on RAW? The anticipation is palpable, and the wrestling world hangs on every word, every gesture.

Could this be the night that Punk finally makes his long-awaited return? Could he be the missing piece that propels RAW to even greater heights? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: the arrival of CM Punk would send shockwaves through the WWE Universe and reshape the landscape of Monday Night RAW forever.

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