The next RAW exclusive PPV is just a few nights away from us, I’m obviously talking about the most dangerous night of them all as Extreme Rules is coming, and I’m sure you’d like to know which matches will be happening and their regulations, so let’s take a look at what we’ll be seeing this Sunday night.
During tonight’s Monday Night RAW, things started to heat up for the upcoming RAW exclusive pay-per-view Extreme Rules as we got to know about a few matches we’ll be seeing during the event, let’s check some details about them below, keeping in mind that things might change before the official event card is published.
We were all excited about the feud Roman Reigns was having against The Monster Among Men, Braun Strowman; unfortunately for us all, Strowman got injured in the process and had to go to surgery for his shoulder, stopping this rivalry which was expected to reach an end during Extreme Rules. Now, Reigns will be engaged into a new rivalry, so let’s see what’s to come for him in the near future.
RAW exclusive Payback Pay-Per-View took place last night, a PPV that nobody had high expectations for, with a vague script and little developed histories and few interesting feuds, but in the end surprises everyone, delivering more than what was offered on paper. Of the 8 stipulated matches, 3 were rematches of Wrestlemania 33, not to mention matches we’ve seen repeatedly on RAW (did someone say Enzo & Cass vs. The Club?). So, let’s take a look at the encounters witnessed during this wrestling evening.
Tonight is finally the night in which the RAW exclusive pay-per-view Payback takes place, and it seems to be full of good matches to watch, some which might even surprise us.
During last week’s Monday Night RAW, we got to see the destruction Braun Strowman was causing backstage, with him attacking pretty much everyone who crossed his path. This week, we are sure it will be no different.
Ever since Wrestlemania 33’s mighty return of The Hardy Boyz to the WWE, fans have been wondering if we will ever get to see the BROKEN Hardy gimmick being used, and the WWE is certainly working on that.
The WWE has announced that one half of the recently promoted and two-times NXT Tag Team Champions, The Revival, suffered an injury during a live event this weekend, leaving him out of action for a few weeks.
Remember the time back in 2012 when we first saw Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose together as The SHIELD? Well, if you don’t I don’t know where you have been since they were an unbeatable force for about 2 years, annihilating everyone in their path. Well, anyways, we may see the trio together again since teasing has started coming from the team members.
Last week during Monday Night RAW, the first one after Wrestlemania, Vince McMahon came to the ring surprising absolutely everyone in the crowd and watching the show at home or from their mobile devices through the WWE Network, announcing that this week there was going to be a “Superstar Shake-Up” that would change the landscape for both Monday Night RAW and Tuesday Night SmackDown Live! Tonight we got to see what he was talking about.