After the sensational finale of last week's Monday Night Raw episode, with Nikki ASH who has seen fit to cash in her briefcase against a lifeless Charlotte Flair after the attack immediately outside the ring by her worst enemy of the moment, Rhea Ripley, also this week, WWE wanted to carry on the most important female storyline of all, opening the show with a segment led by the new champion of the red show.
After years spent in mid-carding, WWE wanted to focus strongly on the skills of the former NXT athlete, who initially had been included in the famous Sanity stable and then had instead been joined for months by the beautiful Alexa Bliss, until then even Alexa didn't take another path.
After Nikki ASH's victory of the overall title, now the athlete of the red show seems to have arrived in the plans that matter of the company, at least for now, that the title is still tight and firm at her side. Rhea Ripley is focused on regaining the RAW Women's Title at SummerSlam.
The Nightmare will take on the current champion, Nikki A.S.H. and Charlotte Flair, in a Triple Threat match at the Biggest Party Of The Summer.
Charlotte vs Rhea Ripley vs Nikki ASH at SummerSlam
As we said, Monday Night Raw also opened this week with the intervention of the new champion of the show, exactly as last week's episode ended, with Nikki who had a lot to talk about, but was soon interrupted.
by Charlotte Flair and then by Rhea Ripley. The two, of course, both wanted a title match for SummerSlam, to try to take back that title that was theirs until a few days ago, given that Rhea lost the belt just over a week ago at Money in the Bank and Charlotte instead only the following evening.
To get to put a stop to all these speeches, they thought about Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville, who have planned a Triple Threat match valid for the Raw Women's Championship for Summerslam, with Nikki going like this. to defend her title against both of her quintessential opponents.
At the moment, this seems to be the only match already made official by WWE, after the challenges launched by Goldberg to Bobby Lashley and the one launched by John Cena to Roman Reigns, but not yet accepted by the respective category champions of the two main WWE rosters.
Fans were a bit confused about Rhea Ripley's character in her previous matches against Charlotte Flair. The Nightmare seemed to be on the fence when it came to her actions in segments and matches, constantly switching between babyface and heel.