Title Match Confirmed For WWE Raw This Week

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This week's episode of Monday Night Raw will be taped in London and air a few hours later in the United States on the USA Network. Here's all the action that went down across the pond. Roman Reigns makes his way out to the ring.

Monday Night RAW was an eventuful one for more than one reason as the Money In The Bank pay-per-view approaches.

Instead, superstars like Jinder Mahal would get the chance to face Lesnar, provided that he could survive a match against other worthy superstars that night. Angle grabs a microphone and he tells Reigns that Mahal won't be coming out, Angle then says he got a call over the weekend and he was reminded of a few things.

On Monday, Reigns attacked Jinder backstage and Mahal took the fight to him but the Samoan proved to be too good for the Indian and he was out injured.

WWE has announced that Kevin Owens will be challenging Seth Rollins for the Intercontinental Championship on Raw in London. He tosses Rollins back in the ring and as he follows and gets in, Rollins hits the Curb Stomp on a vulnerable Owens to pick up the victory! And of course, KO rushed to Kurt Angle to complain that he was robbed yet again. Angle makes Jinder vs. Elias vs. Bobby Lashley in a Money In the Bank qualifying match for later. Corbin drops Roode neck first on the top rope before going to the arena floor, Jose drops Corbin on the arena floor as we go to a commercial break.

Looks like it's going to snow in the Sahara, because the most unthinkable has happened: Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas have won a match.

Ember Moon hasn't been on the WWE main roster long, but she has already made a big impression and hopes to keep it going at Money in the Bank. Tapping out, was only a matter of time.

The RAW Women's championship may be contested by Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey right now, but Alexa Bliss still has lans to reclaim her title. Using his own momentum against him, the former WWE champions focused their efforts on Finn Balor, with Ziggler scoring the winning pin.

Whether it is Roman Reigns' backstage assault or Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens rumbling outside the ring, you will find the best bits here.