WWE will present the Monday Night RAW episode on 19 July 2021 from American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX. The show will deal with the fallout from Money in the Bank PPV and will build towards SummerSlam 2021. John Cena is announced to address the crowd on the show. Read on to find more details about the show in this preview.
Show – WWE Monday Night RAW
Date – 19 July 2021
Location – American Airlines Arena, Dallas, TX, US
Time – 8 PM EST(20 July 2021 12 AM GMT/5:30 AM IST)
Who is next for Bobby Lashley?
Bobby Lashley squashed Kofi Kingston at Money in the Bank to show what an imposing figure he is. With Drew McIntyre already out of the title picture, there is hardly anyone who is left to stand up to him.
That question has already been answered by Lashley himself if the rumors are to be believed. Lashley has tweeted, “Who’s Next?”, which is a catchphrase of a certain WWE Hall of Famer. Goldberg is rumored to challenge Lashley at Summerslam. Will he appear on WWE RAW this week?
John Cena to Address the Crowd
John Cena closed down Money in the Bank PPV by standing up to Roman Reigns. After the show, WWE announced that Cena has returned to WWE and he will explain to the crowd why he has returned to WWE. What could be a more prominent reason than becoming a 17-time World Champion, which will be a record for the most World titles?
What More to Expect?
- Drew McIntyre-Jinder Mahal Feud – After Drew McIntyre destroyed Jinder Mahal’s bike on RAW last week, Jinder got his revenge as he, Veer and Shanky stopped Drew from winning MITB breifcase. How will Drew McIntyre respond to this?
- Nikki ASH Will Become Women’s Champion? – Nikki Almost Super Hero is also almost a Women’s Champion after winning the MITB briefcase. She just needs to pick the right moment to cash in the briefcase? Will it be on tonight’s show?
- Charlotte Flair’s New Title Reign – Charlotte Flair has become 13 time Women’s Champion at Money in the Bank. How long will her be, given that her last three title reigns have been very short?
- More Build-up for SummerSlam