9-year WWE veteran gets fired and 7 new MITB competitors announced, Raw 1100 review

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The 1,100th episode of Monday Night RAW and the final one before Sunday's blockbuster Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View was definitely one to be remembered.

After putting Roman Reigns in the battle royal that allowed him to qualify for the WWE World Heavyweight championship ladder match at Sunday's event, Vickie Guerro was confronted by Stephanie McMahon.

Their 'match' however was hilarious and ended with a fitting tribute to not only a nine-year WWE veteran, but also the late great Eddie Guerrero, while also embarrassing Stephanie McMahon, again.

Triple H came to the ring and revealed the other five stars in the second Money in the Bank ladder match for Sunday.

Kofi Kingston, Jack Swagger, Dolph Ziggler, Rob Van Dam and Bad News Barrett were all announced alongside Seth Rollins.

After coming out to mock Triple H and Rollins, RVD was booked in a match with Rollins, what ensued with Rollins for the rest of the night was nothing short of eventful.

Dean Ambrose became the sixth newest Money in the Bank competitor following his interference in the RVD v Rollins match.

Bad News Barrett defended his Intercontinental Championship against another of the Money in the Bank match's stars Dolph Ziggler.

Jack Swagger and Kofi Kingston squared off with Swagger keeping up his current momentum by defeating Kingston.

Bo Dallas overcame Titus O'Neill as his streak moved to 9-BO (as he called it) while Naomi defeated Alicia Fox and after a post-match handshake with Divas Champion Paige, a match between the two was confirmed for Sunday.

After dressing up like Abraham Lincoln since RAW was in Washington, Damien Sandow was beaten by Big E before he gave a Patriotic speech, only to be interrupted by Lana and destroyed by Rusev.

The Usos and the Wyatt's continued their feud in two separate matches which got RAW 1100 off to a flying start.

The main event was a repeat of Smackdown's epic 4-on-3 handicap match where Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton, Cesaro and Alberto Del Rio teamed up to take on John Cena, Sheamus and Roman Reigns.

After the match was over however, RAW finished with a bang......

A great conclusion to a great show where the 1,100th episode and last RAW before Money in the Bank pretty much changed everything.

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