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WWE Raw April 29 | Raw Money in the Bank Participant Announced


Alexa Bliss revealed MITB participants on her Show

Alexa Bliss told what WWE Universe was waiting for, on “A Moment of Bliss.” The Goddess opens the show announcing the RAW participants in Men’s Money in the Bank: Drew McIntyre, Ricochet, Baron Corbin and Braun Strowman. The contenders promptly started butting heads.

However, Ricochet found discovered some shared opinion attacking Corbin. Strowman was prominent by his quiet until he could take no more, closing down all contentions by determining the arrival of “Mr. Monster in the Bank.” He Challenge McIntyre and Corbin to a Tag Team Match against himself and Ricochet. Regardless of their disparities, they quickly acknowledged.

The Goddess turned the spotlight on Team Red’s representatives in the women’s field, with the Men’s participants already announced. Alex Bliss announced the Women’s representative in the main event: Naomi, Natalya, Dana Brooke & the surprise addition herself.

The Man brawled with The Lady of WWE

Confronting Charlotte Flair at Money in the Bank might be the capital punishment for Becky’s reign as a double champion. On the other hand, The Lady of WWE has pretty much had Lynch’s number in the course of the most recent a little while. Putting The Man into something of a cautious stance as she gets ready to shield her Raw Women’s Title against Lacey Evans.

However, everything is working out as expected. Becky Lynch has sought after the two titles if she couldn’t defend them. The Man never met a punch she didn’t appreciate taking. Lynch endeavored to trap Evans into a battle and got what she requested, to demonstrate her point. The Lady rose, proclaimed she was “done talking” and quickly swarmed Becky Lynch in a ringside. The brawl was so horrendous that it took ten authorities to at last separate the two on the next endeavor.

Rollins & Styles signed their Universal Championship Match contract

The Phenomenal One wants the Universal Freakin’ Champion’s title. AJ Styles made it clear at the Universal Championship Match contract signing. He admitted the Beastslayer had spent all his energy in winning the title from Brock Lesnar. Seth Rollins said Style would have to be “better than phenomenal” to take his title. A suicide dive from The Architect put The Phenomenal One on his back. Meanwhile, a phenomenal forearm from Styles plowed Rollins through the signing table.