Check out the preview and matches announced for tonight’s WWE Monday Night RAW episode of 20 April 2020(4/20/2020).
- Date- 20 April 2020
- Location- WWE Performance Center, Orlando, FL, US
- Time- 8 PM EST(21 April 2020 12 AM GMT/5:30 AM IST)
Drew McIntyre To Respond to Seth Rollins
After winning the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36, Drew McIntyre has already seen a lot more action than Brock Lesnar had seen in his last 3 months. But his first credible challenger has now arrived in the form of Seth Rollins who attacked McIntyre at the end of last week’s episode. After always took advantage of his position last week, McIntyre is set to respond to Monday night Messiah this week on RAW.
With Rollins already making it clear that he will be more brutal, this is setting up to be a lip-licking feud already. However, I doubt that WWE would keep this a one-on-one feud. Especially after Kevin Owens coming out of a big win over Rollins at WrestleMania.
Money in the Bank Qualifiers
After announcing the participants straight away last year, WWE is going with the qualifying route for Money in the Bank this time around. And the RAW side of qualifiers is bringing to us a set of never seen before matches. The announced matches are as below:
- Aleister Black vs Austin Theory
- Buddy Murphy vs Rey Mysterio
- Apollo Crew vs MVP
What more to expect?
It is expected that Becky Lynch might not feature at Money in the Bank but some sort of storyline might start to develop from this week. Liv Morgan is reportedly pencilled for big things.
After featuring in a backstage segment last week, Bianca Beliar is expected to be back in action. The same is expected to be the case with Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax. But, with the jobbers like Sarah Logan and Deonna Purrazo released, who will lie down for them.
Zelina Vega Stable!!
Last week, Austin Theory and Angel Garza won their respective matches only for Andrade to lose his main event match against WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. But still, this stable, with Zelina Vega being their mouthpiece, is looking vicious. Let’s hope it was not a one-week thing.
Tag Team Titles
Street Profits vs The Viking Raiders is looking like the main feud in the tag team division. But both being babyface teams right now, the dynamics might not continue in the same manner for longer. Will either of the teams turn heel or will any other team come into frame here.