RAW: June 26th, 2017 [Live Discussion]

Prince Bálor

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United States: LIVE, Monday Night, June 26, at 8/7c on the USA Network
United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, June 27, at 1AM on Sky Sports 5 HD

Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA

WWE Raw preview, June 26, 2017: The Beast Incarnate takes Los Angeles by storm

Just two weeks before he defends the Universal Championship against Samoa Joe at the first-ever WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view, Brock Lesnar returns to wreak havoc on Raw in Los Angeles. Will The Beast Incarnate get his hands on The Samoan Submission Machine once more before their anticipated title clash?

Is Samoa Joe prepared for Brock Lesnar’s return?

The last time Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and Samoa Joe were under the same roof, it took a small army of security guards and nearly the entire Raw locker room to prevent the behemoths from tearing each other apart. Now, two weeks before defending Team Red’s crown jewel against The Samoan Submission Machine at the inaugural WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view event, The Beast Incarnate returns to Monday night’s hottest show.

Joe has affirmed that he isn’t afraid Lesnar, but his attitude could very well change Monday night in Los Angeles. Will Lesnar strike fear into the heart of his defiant No. 1 contender?

Will Goldust be smacked by “the hand of Truth” during his movie premiere?

The cinematic mind games come to a head Monday night in Los Angeles, when Goldust hosts the premiere of his latest motion-picture masterpiece, “The Shattered Truth,” and his former tag team partner R-Truth is at the top of the guest list.

Truth accepted The Bizarre One’s invitation, guaranteeing that Goldust is “gonna get got” in the City of Angels. Whatever happens between these two friends-turned-rivals, it’s sure to be a blockbuster worthy of Hollywood.

What’s next for Enzo Amore?

After weeks of speculation concerning the identity of Enzo Amore’s mystery backstage attacker, it was revealed this past Monday night that Big Cass was the one responsible for the heinous attacks, claiming that Enzo was holding him back both personally and professionally before laying out his longtime best friend with a sickening big boot.

Although Amore has continued his social media beef with UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor, he’s also no doubt grappling with the reality that his closest ally in the world has ruthlessly abandoned him. We’ll hopefully hear from Enzo Monday night.

Will Bray Wyatt retaliate against Seth Rollins?

Bray Wyatt considers himself a “god,” but he’ll get no worship from Seth Rollins, who toppled the would-be deity with a sacrifice dive from the top rope to the outside that resulted in The Kingslayer needing three stitches to close a gash on the side of his face.

The Eater of Worlds’ labyrinthine proclamations seem to have had no effect on Rollins, who continues to label Wyatt as a “coward.” Might Wyatt make the WWE 2K18 cover Superstar regret his so-called “blasphemy” sooner than later?

Is an ambulance ride in Roman Reigns’ near future?

Braun Strowman’s not finished with Roman Reigns.

This past Monday night, The Monster Among Men returned to Raw by emerging from the back of an ambulance, brutalizing The Big Dog and challenging the former WWE Champion to an Ambulance Match at the WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view event — a fitting stipulation given their storied history with emergency vehicles.

To win the bout, one must incapacitate their opponent, throw them into the back of a waiting ambulance and close the doors. Flipping over the vehicle with your opponent inside is not required in this type of match — nor is it something that any rational Superstar should consider — but we all know Strowman and reason don’t mix. The Ambulance Match is still weeks away, but we hope emergency personnel are on-hand if Reigns and Strowman collide before WWE Great Balls of Fire.

Don’t miss any of the action on Monday Night Raw at 8/7 C on USA Network!​

Killer Orange Cat

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It's rather obvious Strowman is going to win.... you honestly don't believe they will waste Lesnar vs Reigns II at Summerslam when even Reigns haters think it's a Wrestlemania match

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