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05/13 Raw Discussion Thread - Seth Rollins prepares for AJ Styles as second week of "Wild Card Rule" kicks off
MONDAY, MAY 13 | 8/7 PMC
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The red brand heads to London for the final Raw before WWE Money in the Bank, where Seth Rollins defends his Universal Championship against AJ Styles in a first-time-ever matchup. Plus, the participants of the Men’s and Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Matches look to make a statement, Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion.
Seth Rollins and AJ Styles brace for monumental title collision
Mr. McMahon knew what he was doing when he ordered Universal Champion Seth Rollins to team up with his WWE Money in the Bank challenger AJ Styles in an impromptu tag team match this past Monday night on Raw. As tensions boiled over – assuredly to The Chairman’s delight – Styles hit Rollins with a seemingly accidental Phenomenal Forearm that left The Beastslayer vulnerable to an End of Days that sealed the win for their opponents, Baron Corbin & Bobby Lashley.
What’s going through the minds of these Superstars in the aftermath of that heated confrontation?
Who will drop in thanks to the “Wild Card Rule”?
This past Monday night, Mr. McMahon was inspired by the surprise appearances of SmackDown LIVE Superstars Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan, Lars Sullivan and WWE Champion Kofi Kingston on Raw, instituting a “Wild Card Rule” to allow four Superstars from SmackDown LIVE to head to Raw on a given night and vice versa. The rule brought us an unprecedented two WrestleMania rematches in a single evening, and things are just getting started.
SmackDown LIVE saw The Usos, AJ Styles, Sami Zayn and The Miz drop in from Monday Night Raw. Which Team Blue competitors will battle it out on the red brand in London?
Becky Lynch’s battle on two fronts
As the bearer of both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Championships, Becky Lynch will defend her titles against Lacey Evans and Charlotte Flair, respectively, at WWE Money in the Bank. Is The Man ready to face these dual challenges and remain Becky Two Belts when the dust settles?
In a tense backstage encounter last Monday, United States Champion Samoa Joe formally met and intimidated Rey Mysterio’s son Dominick, accusing Rey’s progeny of disrespect when Dominick lifted The Ultimate Underdog up on his shoulders following Mysterio’s non-title win over The Samoan Submission Machine.
Joe is confident there will be no such victory celebration for Rey and Dominick when Mysterio challenges him for the United States Title at WWE Money in the Bank. How will Rey Mysterio react to Joe’s mind games just six nights before their title clash?
Rambling Rabbit rambles no more
“Firefly Fun House” became even more disturbing than usual last week, with Mercy the Buzzard making a meal out of Rambling Rabbit and Bray Wyatt having a picnic with a half-dozen morose children.
Something is clearly amiss in the Fun House. What awaits us there next time?
Braun Strowman takes out the trash
As Sami Zayn berated and criticized the WWE Universe yet again this past Monday night, Braun Strowman emerged to silence the outspoken Superstar, chasing Zayn to the backstage area and tossing him into a dumpster that was carried away by a garbage truck.
Who will be next to “get these hands” from the rampaging Monster Among Men, who looks to become a two-time “Monster in the Bank” by winning the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match?