WWE Monday Night RAW Results & Review: July 30, 2018


WWE Raw: Shane McMahon Introduces Raw Underground, New 24/7 Champion Crowned

Ahead of this week's episode of Monday Night Raw, WWE announced that Shane McMahon was making his return on the show. The...

WWE Raw: Montez Ford Collapses in The Ring After His Drink is Seemingly Spiked

Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins have stepped into a feud with Andrade and Angel Garza heading into SummerSlam surrounding the Raw Tag...

WWE Raw: Nia Jax Suspended Indefinitely Without Pay

Nia Jax was fined by WWE last week after the company deemed her actions against WWE producer Pat Buck were unsanctioned and...

WWE Raw: Apollo Crews Returns, Proves He’s The Real United States Champion

Apollo Crews returned to Monday Night Raw this week after a few weeks on the sidelines. The United States...

We finally get to see Lesnar on RAW. Let us find out if RAW this week can make up for its recent failings.

Reigns Calls Out Lesnar

Reigns begins by admitting that he now respects Lashley which puts to bed that rivalry. He however has no respect for Lesnar for being the most unavailable Champion ever and he does have a point. Heyman came out and did his shtick and basically we are kept waiting to see Lesnar again. For once the crowd seemed less hostile towards Reigns possibly because RAW is coming from Miami. The backstage segment that followed showed Lesnar’s indifference towards WWE and he actually used the words ‘”I don’t watch the show” referring to WWE.

We understand that WWE was going for a funny angle here but it came off in bad taste. If your very champion doesn’t even watch the show then what motivation does the general public have for watching WWE programs? The opening segment started out well but Lesnar just dunked it down the drain with his cheap attempts at comedy.


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Corbin Overpowers Finn Balor

Corbin wins with the End of Days.

We would like to get one thing off our chests. The new constable look for Corbin is silly. Making him wrestle in formals is even more ludicrous. The match was decent and the finish was quite good. This feud is definitely starting to pick up heat. The only issue with this feud is that it lacks that fundamental reason behind it for Corbin hating Balor so much and without such a reason, it is very difficult to get behind the feud.



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WWE NXT Stars Set to Appear on This Week’s SmackDown

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WWE Had Only Two Segments Prepared Ahead of This Week’s Episode of Raw

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Austin Theory Reportedly Suspended From Monday Night Raw

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WWE Reportedly Introduced Raw Underground to Boost Abysmal TV Ratings

This week on RAW, WWE introduced a new type of product that echoes the Fight Club theme - RAW Underground.