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*OFFICIAL* Raw Discussion Thread: 4th September 2017
« on: 4 September 2017, 09:19:23 PM »
Quote from: WWE.com
Universal Champion Brock Lesnar might want to take Braun Strowman to Suplex City at WWE No Mercy on Sept. 24, but first, as first reported by Cathy Kelley in a WWE.com Exclusive video, The Monster Among Men will climb into a steel cage with Big Show, live on Raw.

When Strowman and the giant last collided one-on-one, the juggernauts caused the ring to collapse under their combined weight after a massive superplex by The Gift of Destruction. We can only imagine what kind of havoc they will unleash on each other — and their surroundings — when they enter the unforgiving steel.

One can only hope that the structure is reinforced for what should be a brutal confrontation. Can Big Show end Strowman’s seemingly unstoppable rampage, or will The Monster Among Men thrive in his first ever Steel Cage Match and send a grisly message to The Beast Incarnate, who will no doubt be paying close attention to the carnage?

Don’t miss this titanic showdown live on Raw.

By tossing Jason Jordan over the top rope in the final moments of last week’s 15-Man Battle Royal, Jeff Hardy punched his ticket to an Intercontinental Championship showdown against The Miz on Raw, a match that could propel The Charismatic Enigma to his fifth reign with the illustrious title.

Even though The A-Lister has The Miztourage on his side, Jeff’s brother Matt will surely help neutralize Miz’s conniving co-stars outside the ring, perhaps making this match more of a fair fight than the current titleholder is used to these days.

And yet, Miz did score the winning pinfall when The Hardy Boyz teamed with Jason Jordan against The A-Lister and his Miztourage during the SummerSlam Kickoff, which was the last time The Awesome One stood across the ring from his new challenger. Will history repeat itself on Raw, or will The Charismatic Enigma use his veteran savvy to claim the gold?

Well, that escalated quickly. John Cena and Roman Reigns met in the center of the ring last Monday night to make their WWE No Mercy match official, and the resulting microphone mayhem that transpired between the larger-than-life Superstars has us clamoring for their forthcoming dream match on Sunday, Sept. 24.

The Cenation Leader and The Big Dog were somewhat civil when they triumphantly teamed up against Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson moments after their verbal joust, but something tells us the next time these two rivals see each other, they’ll trade more than just insults.

Alexa Bliss is the new Raw Women’s Champion, but she definitely didn’t look like a winner when last Monday’s broadcast drew to a close. As Nia Jax hoisted the triumphant “Goddess” onto her shoulder after her victory over Sasha Banks, Alexa’s imposing would-be ally sent the new titleholder crashing to the canvas, seizing the moment to hold Bliss’ new title above her own head.

How will Alexa deal with Nia on Raw? Moreover, how will The Boss bounce back after once again failing to retain the Raw Women’s Championship?

Well, we all might have to #GiveEmmaAChance after what transpired last week, when the bitter Superstar earned a surprise victory over decorated veteran Mickie James. This marks Emma’s first one-on-one victory since May of last year, and her triumph could be a new beginning for the former fan-favorite. Will Emma gain more momentum this week?

Don’t miss Raw!
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