WWE planning to book several SummerSlam matches on Raw

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WWE planning to book several SummerSlam matches on Raw

Like all the great PPVs that respect each other, SummerSlam 2020 will also be a great event whose construction will start a few weeks before the event, with WWE starting from next Monday to build the main storylines in which they will be inserted with great detail and energy.

the flagship Superstars of Monday Night Raw, which will then stage some of the most anticipated matches of the summer and the entire year of WWE, right in the federation's summer Big Four. Apparently, according to what has been revealed by several online sources in the last hours, the WWE management would have in mind several great twists for the episode of Monday Night Raw which will be aired in just under 48 hours, with the episode of the red show on Monday evening of July 27 which seems to be the perfect day to lay the foundations of the feuds that will culminate in Summerslam, in just under a month.

WWE planning to book several SummerSlam matches on Raw

According to reports from the well-known overseas site, Ringside News, WWE would have several beginnings of feuds in the episode of Raw, with Randy Orton who will open the show revealing to fans what his next goal will be, after taking Edge out, Christian and Big Show in the red show ring, with Drew McIntyre and his title appearing to be the main suspects as new Legend Killer victims.

To continue during the evening, there will be a triple threat match to define the new No. 1 contenders for the Raw couple titles, currently held by the Street Profits, with the couples formed by Andrade & Angel Garza, Ricochet & Cedric Alexander and the Viking Raiders who will take part in a threesome match on Monday Night Raw, with the winners going to challenge the champions at SummerSlam.

If all this were not enough, during the evening the titled matches valid for the two absolute male and female titles of the program were already widely advertised, or the match valid for the WWE Championship between Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler, with the Scotsman going to the last second to choose the stipulation of the contest and the rematch titled for the Raw Women's Championship between the Japanese Asuka and the challenger Sasha Banks, after the controversial and daring ending of Extreme Rules.

Drew McIntyre will defend the WWE Title against Dolph Ziggler in a match where McIntyre gets to pick the stipulation. Also, Asuka will defend the RAW Women’s Title against Sasha Banks next week.