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Monday Night Raw Preview: Brock Lesnar isn’t going anywhere

After successfully defending the Universal Title at SummerSlam, what's next for the Beast Incarnate? Where do his three defeated challengers go from here?


The Beast Stays

After a triumphant title defense by the Beast Incarnate at SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar is here to stay which means an opportunity for the Universal Title would be scarce given Lesnar’s work schedule. With Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe, and Braun Strowman failing in their bid to capture Raw’s top prize, who will get the next opportunity to challenge for the title first? Or will a challenger emerge from out of the red?

The Brothers Triumph Again

If the reuniting of Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose last week wasn’t enough, the two gave the WWE Universe something more to remember when they captured the Raw Tag Team Titles from Sheamus and Cesaro last night at SummerSlam in a match that stole the show. Now that The Bar has been surpassed by the former Shield brothers, when will Sheamus and Cesaro invoke their rematch clause?

The Boss Is Back On Top

Sasha Banks did not let her best friend Bayley’s injury be for nothing as she defeated Alexa Bliss to regain the Raw Women’s Title last night at the Barclay’s Center. SummerSlam weekend has always been significant to the Boss but now that all the festivities are over, does she have to worry about having to face Bliss again?

Rematch Negotiations

Speaking of rematch clauses, by rule, a title holder is entitled to a rematch in a case of titles changing hands which means that Akira Tozawa will eventually get one after dropping his Cruiserweight Title to Neville just six days after winning it. There is no doubt about the negotiating power of Titus O’Neil but are the negotiations going to be for an immediate rematch or a bigger one in the mere future? It seems like it’s going to be a busy day in the office for Titus Worldwide later tonight.

Also notable…

The Demon Finn Balor showed why he indeed is the new Face of Fear as he defeated the Eater of Worlds Bray Wyatt last night in their SummerSlam showdown. Are both ready to move on after an epic battle or was it just the first one in a series of a storied rivalry?

Elias drew the ire of the Brooklyn crown in last night’s SummerSlam Pre-Show when he played another song which was a detriment to the most populous borough of New York City. Who among the entire Raw Locker Room would want to step up and try to walk past Elias?

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Monday Night Raw Preview: Brock Lesnar isn’t going anywhere

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