Dana Brooke banned from ringside at Summer Slam

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Tonight's episode of RAW proved to go a long way towards shaping Summer Slam with the event being less than two weeks away.

Almost all of the matches are finalised from RAW's point of view but tonight we still saw a big change being made to one of their title matches.

Three's a crowd

With Sasha Banks set to defend her newly won Women's championship against the former champion Charlotte at Summer Slam, the Boss had some concerns ahead of the match.


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She approached RAW general manager Mick Foley at the start of the show and asked for him to include Dana Brooke in the title match at Summer Slam.

Brooke has been largely responsible for much of Charlotte's recent success due to her outside influence and clearly the boss wanted to eliminate that as a factor.

She was however promised the chance to take on Brooke tonight on RAW and if she was able to win, then Foley would ban Brooke from ringside at Summer Slam.

The other side of the deal however was that if Banks lost, the title match at Summer Slam would become a two on one handicap match.

Banks would come away with the win in the end meaning that Charlotte will be alone when facing the Boss at Summer Slam.

The two thrilled the crowd on the first post- draft episode of RAW when Banks first won the title and now they will get the chance to do it again at Summer Slam.

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