WWE announces multiple matches for next week's episode of Raw

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WWE announces multiple matches for next week's episode of Raw

The last week in WWE was pretty hot. Not only did the WWE Universe have to attend the 'famous' post-Wrestlemania, a very delicate moment for wrestling fans, but a few days ago WWE made official the release of some of the company's wrestlers through its channels.

For the second year in a row, April 15 saw the cut of some wrestlers, a choice that the company has implemented given the recent difficulties caused by the Pandemic. The second Monday Night RAW after Wrestlemania 37 will be held on the coming Monday, 19th April, and there may be even clearer scenarios in view of the next Pay Per View.

WWE has formalized some important matches for the red show event and promises to be a crackling edition of Raw.

WWE announces multiple matches for next week's episode of RAW

An action-packed Monday Night Raw is planned and as regards the fight for the female title, WWE has made it official that there will be a showdown between Asuka and Charlotte Flair (maybe from here we can watch Rhea Ripley's challenger), then for the first time, they will face the Legend Killer Randy Orton and Braun Strowman.

It will be a very interesting meeting between two giants of the red show and it will be possible to understand if there will be a feud between the two in view of Backlash. It has not been announced but there is great curiosity about how the situation will evolve between Alexa Bliss and Bray Wyatt The Fiend.

The Goddess of WWE has in fact caused the defeat of the Demon at Wrestlemania 37 against Randy Orton and in the last episode of Raw, Alexa made it clear that she felt ready to manage herself, perhaps finally canceling the darkness caused by The Fiend.

There should be further clarity on this situation on Raw. Finally, WWE announced that Drew McIntyre will ask MVP for clarification after the attack suffered in the last week by T-Bar and Mace with the two former members of the Retribution who should (or could) have allied themselves with the now new Hurt Business.

Monday Night RAW should be an action-packed one, and the segment planned for the episode revolves around Drew McIntyre's win last week. The Scottish Warrior earned himself a WWE Championship rematch when he emerged victorious in the Triple Threat No.1 Contender's match against Orton and Strowman.

McIntyre will face Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania Backlash in yet another attempt to regain the WWE Championship. After his heartbreaking loss at WrestleMania 37, the Scotsman will be hoping he can best Lashley at WrestleMania Backlash and return to RAW as a three-time WWE Champion.