WWE RAW roundup: Money in the Bank participants revealed, WWE Championship match set

Monday Night RAW aired live from the WWE Performance Center on Monday night. 

It was billed to be an exciting show, with three men’s Money in the Bank qualifying matches on the card, while there were even reports a released superstar could return to the show. 

WWE Champion Drew McIntyre was also expected to make an appearance, to confirm his title defence for the upcoming pay-per-view. 

So, let’s get into the full results, which you can see below: 

McIntyre opens the show by responding to Seth Rollins’ attack last week and challenging him to a match at Money in the Bank. 

He’s interrupted by Zelina Vega who hypes up RAW’s main event: Drew vs Angel Garza. The WWE champ is attacked by Andrade, but fights him off and stands tall as his music hits. 

Match 1: Aleister Black def. Austin Theory to qualify for Money in the Bank

Match 2: Shayna Baszler def. NXT superstar Indi Hartwell 

Match 3: Ricochet and Cedric Alexander def. NXT’s Shane Thorne and Brendan Vink

Match 4: Nia Jax def. Kairi Sane

Seth Rollins appears via satellite to accept McIntyre’s challenge – he cuts a promo saying RAW needs a leader like him and that’s why he’ll be taking the WWE title at MITB.

The Viking Raiders are involved in a Carpool Karaoke-style segment, driving around in a car singing about being Vikings while wearing their headgear.

Match 5: Apollo Crews def. MVP to qualify for Money in the Bank

Match 6: Liv Morgan def. Ruby Riott

Match 7: Rey Mysterio def. Murphy to qualify for Money in the Bank 

Match 8: Charlotte Flair def. NXT superstar Kayden Carter

Match 9: Andrade def. Akira Tozawa

Match 10: Bianca Belair def. NXT’s Santana Garrett

Match 11: Drew McIntyre def. Angel Garza

RAW goes off the air with McIntyre standing tall and smiling after fighting off Zelina Vega’s stable. 

As you can see, RAW had a stacked card on Monday night, with no less than 11 matches. 

We now know the Red Brand’s participants in the men’s Money in the Bank match – with Aleister Black, Apollo Crews and Rey Mysterio all booking their places. 

Despite reports though, there was no surprise appearance from a recently released WWE superstar. 

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