Last evening, RAW and Smackdown collaborated to present Extreme Rules. While the occasion itself was frustrating to say the least, some significant points did take place.
Bobby Lashley defeated Roman Reigns, and also now Lashley desires a shot at Brock Lesnar’& rsquo; s Universal Championship. I wouldn & rsquo; t anticipate Roman Reigns to disappear silently though.
Mentioning Lesnar, RAW GM Kurt Angle put down the final word to Brock Lesnar. He either turns up on RAW tonight and/or comes to terms on his next title defense, or Kurt Angle will certainly remove Lesnar of the Universal Champion.
The B-Team shocked the WWE Cosmos by beating the Deleter of Globe’& rsquo; s to come to be the NEW RAW Tag Team Champions. Will the party just be starting tonight for The B-Team, or will the Deleter of Globe’& rsquo; s look to finish the event early?
Alexa Bliss preserved the RAW Women’& rsquo; s Champion last night in an Extreme Policy match versus Nia Jax that saw Ronda Rousey rest ringside and get involved in the match. With Nia behind her, as well as Rousey still put on hold, what’& rsquo; s next for Little Miss Happiness?
Dolph Ziggler took care of to maintain his Intercontinental Champion over Seth Rollins, beating him 5-4 in overtime of the 30-Minute Iron Male match. Obviously the match saw plenty of controversy with involvement from Drew McIntyre. What will Rollins have to say regarding the turn of events last evening?
WWE has yet to introduce any suits for tonight’& rsquo; s RAW.
RAW broadcasts at 7pm CT on U.S.A. Network.