WWE RAW PREVIEW after SummerSlam: What's next for Roman Reigns and Ronda Rousey?


SUMMERSLAM marked the dawn of a new era for RAW as Roman Reigns finally dethroned Brock Lesnar at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The WWE Universe didn’t get to see much of the Universal Championship on Monday nights due to Lesnar’s extremely limited appearances and part-time schedule.
But Reigns has promised he will be a fighting champion and will be appearing with the belt around his waist every week.
Lesnar’s WWE future is unclear as he has been linked with a return to UFC, where he could challenge Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier, and it is not yet certain if he will appear tonight on RAW.
Braun Strowman almost cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase at SummerSlam but suffered a savage attack from The Beast who hit him with an F5 at ringside and then beat him up with his briefcase.
Strowman had warned both competitors that the winner would face him immediately after the match but was in no condition to compete after Reigns won the belt.
The Monster Among Men has definitely not given up on his title quest and it now remains to be seen if he will challenge The Big Dog for the title tonight at the Barclays Center.
Reigns’ old Shield team-mate Seth Rollins regained the Intercontinental Championship with a little help from Dean Ambrose.
Rollins beat Dolph Ziggler with a Curb Stomp after Ambrose took out the former champion’s accomplice Drew McIntyre with Dirty Deeds.
Rollins beat Dolph Ziggler with a Curb Stomp after Ambrose took out the former champion’s accomplice Drew McIntyre with Dirty Deeds.
Ronda Rousey won the RAW Women's Championship at SummerSlam

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Ronda Rousey won the RAW Women's Championship at SummerSlam (Image: WWE Admin)
Ronda Rousey was destined to become champion ever since joining the WWE last January and putting the entire locker room on notice at the Royal Rumble.
Rousey won the RAW Women’s Championship with ease at SummerSlam where she destroyed Alexa Bliss and made her tap out to the Armbar.
Her schedule is not yet clear but her feud with Bliss may continue and the two RAW stars could face each other at Hell in a Cell on September 16 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Rumours suggest she will defend the title against Nikki Bella at WWE's first ever all-women's Pay-Per-View event Evolution on October 28 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.

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