WWE have been declared an 'essential business' by the State of Florida amid the COVID-19 crisis, allowing them to continue running shows from the Performance Center in Orlando.
Monday Night RAW returned to a live format this week, having been pre-taped following WrestleMania 36.
Now the Showcase of the Immortals is in the rearview mirror, attentions have turned to next months Money in the Bank pay-per-view.
Qualifying matches for that event have been made, while it seems a new challenger for Drew McIntyre's WWE Championship has emerged.
On top of that, it seems a new stable has been established and will be getting a big push in the next few weeks.
With plenty going on, check out GIVEMESPORT's full roundup of this week's RAW below.
The opening segment saw McIntyre cut a promo, saying he's ready to face anyone hungry enough to challenge for his WWE Championship.
Zelina Vega came out with Andrade to set up a champion vs champion non-title match main event.
Match 1: Asuka def. Ruby Riott (Money in the Bank Qualifying Match)
Match 2: Aleister Black def. Oney Lorcan
Becky Lynch returned to dissect her win against Shayna Baszler at WrestleMania. She also hyped a 'historic title run' and sent a warning to whoever is going to win the Women's MITB match.
Match 3: Shayna Baszler def. Sarah Logan (Money in the Bank Qualifying Match)
Match 4: Austin Theory def. Akira Tozawa
Match 5: Angel Garza def. Tehuti Miles
Match 6: Nia Jax def. Kairi Sane (Money in the Bank Qualifying Match)
Charlotte spoke about 'beating the next big thing' Rhea Ripley and claimed she is still the 'big thing' after Vince McMahon picked her to 'save the main event of WrestleMania 35' last year.
She's going back to NXT to remind their roster of 'humility' and teach them a number of lessons.
Match 7: Bobby Lashley def. No Way Jose
Match 8: The Viking Raiders def. Cedric Alexander and Ricochet
Match 9: Drew McIntyre def. Andrade
Following McIntyre's convincing win over Andrade, Seth Rollins came out to attack the WWE Champion.
He delivered two Curb Stomps and RAW went off the air with the Monday Night Messiah standing tall, suggesting he will be challenging for the world title in the near future.
The show also served to establish Zelina Vega's stable - formed of Austin Theory, Angel Garza and the United States champ, Andrade.
If this Monday is anything to go on, with two out of three members winning their matches - and the other in the main event - we can expect them to get a significant push in the coming weeks.
- Member of WWE on-screen talent had coronavirus
- Roman Reigns won't return in 'immediate future'
- WWE declared 'essential business' by Florida state