Things You Might Have Missed From Last Night's WWE Raw

Toby Graves
May 16, 2018

Previously on WWE Raw, Seth Rollins instituted an Intercontinental Championship Open Challenge.

The official website of WWE has released the preview for this week's episode of Monday Night Raw, and it is shaping up to be quite the huge show. There's two spots left for Raw superstars to join Finn Balor and Braun Strowman.

There will be more Money in the Bank qualifying matches on Raw this week, and it's also been confirmed that there will be a title match as well. With consecutive failures under his non-belt, it might be time for a new challenger to take on the Beast Incarnate as RAW general manager Kurt Angle informed the big dog that higher powers in the WWE had officially barred Reigns from taking part in any qualification match to become the number one contender. The participants in the matches are not yet known, but Kurt Angle likely has some good ideas in place for only the best competition on the roster.

- Natalya, Sasha Banks and Ember Moon defeated Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan when Liv tapped out to the Sharpshooter.

The women's MITB match now has Ember Moon from RAW and Charlotte Flair from SmackDown.

Will Roman Reigns and Jinder Mahal still end up main eventing Money in the Bank next month?

Rousey, who signed with WWE after making an appearance at the Royal Rumble in January, made her in-ring debut at Wrestlemania when she and Kurt Angle took on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in a mixed-tag match.

This feud between Mahal and Reigns is definitely not working very well for "The Big Dog" and as we noted on Raw, the London crowd didn't have a positive reaction for Reigns as they chose to cheer for the heel Jinder Mahal instead.

Bobby Lashley fights for his family.

Roman Reigns just can't catch a break in the WWE recently, as the company's attempts to make him the face of the company and get him cheered every week seem to hit a new stumbling block at every turn. Will Rollins be able to remain the top champion on Monday Nights or will KO capture another title?

Here is the match that will easily steal the show and could be one of the best of the year if they're given enough time.

Ever the fighting champion, Seth Rollins has defended his Intercontinental Title across four continents in the past three weeks, and he's willing to put his prize on the line against anyone that answers the call.

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