5 Things you need to know before tonight's Monday Night RAW
Just a few days away from WWE Super ShowDown, WWE will deliver its latest episode of Monday Night RAW tonight live from the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. Tonight's RAW has the potential to be one of the best ones of the year so far, with many major segments set to take place on the show.
The biggest of them all is, of course, the announced cash-in of Mr. Money in the Bank 2019, Brock Lesnar on the Universal Champion, Seth Rollins tonight. We'll soon find out what could the Beast possibly have in store for us.
Other than the Beast in the Bank, a lot other major segments and matches have been announced for the show. There's a lot that could happen on RAW tonight that could have major implications on WWE's future.
But first, here are the 5 things you need to know before tonight's edition of the longest running weekly show in history, Monday Night RAW.
#5 A new United States Champion might be crowned tonight
After Rey Mysterio's shocking yet controversial victory at Money in the Bank to become the new United States Champion, it has been revealed that the Master of the 619 has suffered an injury at the show, due to which he will vacate the title.
One of the biggest questions heading into RAW this week is who will get the opportunity to become the next US Champ? Will it be Samoa Joe, who has been demanding his title back ever since his loss at MITB? WWE has also teased Cesaro and Ricochet being involved in the US Title scene on Twitter. Who do you want to see as the new US Champion?
#4 R-Truth will continue his antics with the 24/7 Title
R-Truth might be the only reason why the 24/7 Championship has become entertaining. The guy has amazing comic timing and WWE did make the right call by putting the 24/7 title on him.
Last week we saw Elias take the title from him for a few hours on SmackDown before Truth got it back later that night. Earlier today, it was revealed on WWE's YouTube channel that Jinder Mahal pinned Truth on a golf course to win the title, only for Truth to roll him up again and become a 3-time 24/7 Champion.
We can expect Truth to continue his funny skits with the title on RAW. Who do you think could win the title tonight?