Every week as the cameras stopped rolling after WWE’s flagship show on Monday Night after Raw, WWE keeps something bonus for the crowd to send them home happily. This week too saw no exception and a huge fight took place after WWE Raw went off the air and thus gave us a hint of an upcoming feud, perhaps.
WWE Raw’s main event saw Kevin Owens and AJ Styles battling it out to secure the 5th spot in the Money in the Bank ladder match. Owens won the bout by delivering a superkick and following it with a huge pop-up powerbomb. Thus, this will mark Owens’ first ever Money in the Bank contest in his career. Owens is on a roll as of late and he was done yet as we went off the air.

He carried on with a mic to cut a strong heel promo that he is famous for and reminded to possibly ignite a feud with the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns after he secures the Money in the Bank briefcase on June 19th. Owens even did not leave the returning Seth Rollins by mocking him and vowed to topple the so-called Roman Empire. Roman came out to interrupt him. They went to fight against each other with Reigns gaining the upper hand and standing tall to close the show. Below is the segment of Reigns and Owens fighting after the show:

Previously, it was reported that due to Owens great in-ring mic and athletic abilities, Vince McMahon is thinking of pushing him to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship picture. If the Canadian veteran does get a chance to go against Roman Reigns to push the face of the company further it will create huge fan frenzy. But, at the same time Owens is a respected athlete in the Indy circuit and if WWE schedules Owens for doing a jobber role to Reigns, the booing will keep coming. Kevin Owens has established himself as the arrogant brass superstar on the main roster since his debut last year back this time around where he showed up against John Cena and challenged him to a match. Since then he was proved as a ruthless dominant force.

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