The Wildcard rule has well and truly been put into motion. With four Superstars from SmackDown Live set to appear on RAW every week, the WWE Universe could be in for a lot of surprises.
One person who will be using this new rule will be Charlotte Flair. The Queen will be travelling from the Blue Brand to RAW for a unique double contract signing and will be joined by Lacey Evans and the double champ, Becky Lynch.
The odds are surely stacked up against The Man on Sunday, but can Becky Two Belts hold her own as she goes face-to-face with both her challengers? Can Lynch hold her own against The Queen and The Sassy Southern Belle?
Last week, The Miz chased away Shane McMahon as the Best In The World was delivering a beatdown on Roman Reigns with assistance from Elias.
This week, The A-Lister will welcome The Big Dog to a special edition of Miz TV via The Wild Card Rule and both Superstars will have a lot to say about their Money In The Bank opponents.
What could be in store for the WWE Universe?
The WWE Money in the bank Ladder match competitors for both the Men's and Women's bouts will be in action this week. The Women will square off in a Fatal Four-way match and the Men will square-off in two singles matches with Braun Strowman locking horns with Drew McIntyre and Ricochet going one-on-one against Baron Corbin.
Which Superstars will gain the much needed momentum heading into their respective ladder matches?
Things are getting heated up in the feud between Seth Rollins and AJ Styles for the Universal Championship. Over the last two weeks, we saw Styles hitting the Phenomenal Forearm on The Beastslayer twice, with one putting him through a table.
The second one happened last week, as The Phenomenal One left the Universal Champion stranded in their tag-team match against Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley.
Will Styles maintain his momentum over the Universal Champion or will Rollins make a statement out of the Phenomenal One?
Well, the Firefly Funhouse is surely getting weird with each passing week. Last week, we saw Mercy The Buzzard feasting on Rambling Rabbit and Bray Wyatt having no problems with it. In fact, Wyatt threw a picnic to celebrate Mercy's work.
What will the latest installment of the Firefly Funhouse have in store for the WWE Universe.
Guess you guys will have to tune-in to find out!
WWE Raw Live location, date and start time
Venue: The O2 London, London, England
Day and Date: Monday, May 13th, 2019
Start Time: 8 PM ET (US), 1 AM (UK)
Where to watch WWE Raw
WWE RAW can be watched live on USA Network in the United States of America, while the show will air on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena in the UK.
How, when and where to watch WWE Raw in India
WWE Raw can be watched live on Sony Ten 1 and Ten 3 (Hindi) channels in India. The show will air from 5:30 AM on 14th May.
Catch all the Live Updates from the 13th May 2019 edition of Monday Night RAW.Published 13 May 2019, 19:30 IST