4 Things WWE could be planning on RAW this week: In-ring debut, A new feud (2nd September 2019)
A new month has arrived, and WWE is gearing up for the next pay-per-view, Clash of Champions. The first RAW of the month, which is set to take place in Baltimore, Maryland, should be monumental this week. With a number of build-ups, WWE could declare some new matches for Clash of Champions.
Last week, it was a great episode from the Red Brand. Among all the matches, the Eight-Team Tag Team Turmoil match stood out from the rest, as a total of eight teams were part of it.
Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode, who formed a new team, were winners of the match, to punch their tickets for Clash of Champions.
Sasha Banks competed for the first time in four months and she defeated Natalya. Also, Bayley continued her impressive run, following a victory over one half of the Women's Tag Team Champions, Nikki Cross.
In the two King of the Ring matches on RAW, Drew McIntyre suffered a shock loss against Ricochet, while Baron Corbin beat The Miz. AJ Styles managed to retain the US Championship, as Braun Strowman was disqualified by the referee.
A lot of exciting things could happen on the Red Brand this week. After teasing a retirement, Rey Mysterio will return to RAW this week. The fans shouldn't miss out the two King of the Ring second-round matches on the Red Brand as well.
Let's discuss four possible things we could see on RAW this week.
#4 The Street Profits finally make their in-ring debut on RAW
The Street Profits have been part of the main roster for a while, but they are yet to perform in the squared circle. Two months ago, Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford appeared for the first time on the main roster. Since then, they have been producing interesting backstage segments, as they also hyped up the King of the Ring tournament last week.
The Street Profits, who were the NXT Tag Team Champions, dropped the belts to The Undisputed Era last week. In the main event of NXT, Kylie O'Reilly and Bobby Fish beat Dawkins and Ford to win the NXT tag team titles. It was a rematch from NXT Takeover: Toronto, where The Street Profits retained the twin belts.
After losing the titles, the Street Profits could compete for the first time on the main roster. They could either take on a lower card tag-team or two local wrestlers.