These will air tonight on the USA Network.
- Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose kicked off the show and he was interrupted by The Miz. Ambrose and The Miz will be co-general managers of Raw for the evening, as Kurt Angle is not in attendance.
A legitimate Strowman injury would nearly certainly cause the WWE to rework its plans.
Braun says he can beat Kalisto with one arm. Ambrose restarted the match.
The Miz vs. Finn Balor is next with Miz's IC Title shot on the line. Miz disqualifies Balor using his GM powers but Ambrose uses his and re-starts the match plus bans Maryse from ringside.
In the backside segment of Raw, Nia Jax demanded Alexa Bliss a title matchup.
Always Dreaming wins the 143rd Kentucky Derby race
The race was run under mostly sunny skies, but the track was labeled sloppy because of rain on Friday and Saturday morning. They are no longer as young as they once were. "So when you can win when everybody is watching, it makes it better".
Alexa Bliss defeated Mickie James in a non-title match with a distraction from Nia Jax.
So because Raw with Miz and Ambrose as GM looks a lot like any other Raw, Kalisto gets another match with Braun Strowman to pay him back for, you know, getting put in a dumpster and thrown off a stage.
Roman Reigns comes down and attacks Braun, gets the better of a brawl against an impaired opponent, and wraps his injured shoulder around the ring post. It tells a number of stories, from Cesaro and Sheamus isolating Slater by attacking Rhyno before the match, to giving Golden Truth the underdog spot at the end of the match after a solid backstage promo set them up as older guys looking to "turn back the clock". Plus, Cesaro and Sheamus give an incredible performance and go the distance, setting them up for another showdown with the Hardys. Instead, Samoa Joe decided to make full use of the ring, tangling Rollins in the ropes and whopping his face into the steelof an exposed turnbuckle. Great match, Ambrose was shown watching backstage with popcorn and a soda. Samoa Joe continues the beatdown after the match.
Neville, on commentary, doesn't really seem to want to follow through with that title shot offer for TJP.
Of course Jack Gallagher loses in London.
Bray Wyatt def. Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose in a non-title match.