WWE Raw Preview (20/07/20): Randy Orton vs Big Show; Extreme Rules Fallouts

WWE Raw Preview (20/07/20): Randy Orton vs Big Show; Extreme Rules Fallouts

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The last stop before the biggest party of the summer in the form of Extreme Rules is now over as WWE Raw can officially begin the journey towards the August show. Tonight’s episode will start the storylines from the red brand that will culminate at SummerSlam 2020 those are likely to bring in more exciting times on the show.


The main event of the night is already declared where two veterans will collide to defend their legacy. Randy Orton will compete against Big Show in a match caused due to the extreme bad blood existing between the two of them. Additionally, all the fallouts from yesterday’s pay-per-view event will also be in-store when WWE Raw airs from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.

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Big Show has returned to WWE Raw after what transpired following the night of Backlash where Randy Orton defeated Edge in the Greatest Wrestling Match Ever. Orton then hunted down Edge’s buddy Christian with assistance from Ric Flair who gave a low blow. Show has been determined to teach The Viper a lesson for what he’s done to legends like Edge and Christian as WWE.com is now promoting an unsanctioned match between the duo.

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“Randy Orton has once again embraced being The Legend Killer in recent weeks, but he has run into an angry giant hellbent on retribution. This Monday on Raw, Big Show will set out to stop The Viper in his tracks when they clash in an Unsanctioned Match.


Who will stand tall in a match where anything goes? Find out on Raw, this Monday at 8/7 C on USA Network!”


WWE Raw Preview (20/07/20): Randy Orton vs Big Show; Extreme Rules Fallouts 1


WWE Raw women’s championship match at Extreme Rules ended in utter controversy where we may or may not receive a new champion. SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley, rushed into the ring while Asuka had Banks tapping out in the Asuka Lock. She donned the referee’s shirt and counted the three count for Banks to hand over a pinfall win to her bestie.



While Bayley declared Sasha Banks as the new WWE Raw women’s champion, WWE.com still has listed Asuka as the reigning champion. In the meantime, The Golden Role Models have claimed to throw an explanation on everything when they celebrate on RAW about their victory and why they ran away with Asuka’s title.

WWE Raw Preview (20/07/20): Randy Orton vs Big Show; Extreme Rules Fallouts 2


Controversies around WWE Raw title picture continued as MVP claimed to become the new United States Champion at Extreme Rules. WWE announced during the show that MVP vs. Crews for the title would not take place due to a back injury to Crews. Thus, MVP claimed to become a new champion by forfeit but WWE still doesn’t have him listed as the new champion. Did he actually become the champion? We’ll find out on tonight’s episode.



Also, Extreme Rules pay-per-view saw Seth Rollins defeat Mysterio in the Eye for an Eye match. He injured Mysterio’s one of the eyes by thrashing it into the steel ring steps which was the only way to win the match. WWE issued an injury update on the Master of 619 as we now expect to learn on WWE Raw whether his career is over or not.