Relive the best moves from the top matches from last week's Raw
Two more competitors will qualify for Money In The Bank ladder matches as Raw heads to London on Monday night.
The red brand will present the first of two back-to-back nights of action from the O2 Arena and screened on Sky Sports Arena at 1am.
WWE are currently in the midst of a European tour and the Raw crew are flying back to Britain – after dates in Bournemouth, Belfast and Dublin – following a trip to Spain.
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In London, two more entries into the famous ladder matches at the Money In The Bank event, which is live on Sky Sports Box Office on June 17, will be confirmed in qualification matches.
Finn Balor and Braun Strowman made it through the men’s bracket on Raw last week, while Ember Moon was the first female qualifier from the Monday night squad.
Owens to answer Rollins’ challenge
Intercontinental champion Seth Rollins last week declared an open challenge for his title, a gauntlet which was immediately picked up by Mojo Rawley.
Rawley had his moments against the Kingslayer but ultimately came up short as the champion remained in first possession of his championship.
This week it is the turn of Kevin Owens, a former two-time Intercontinental champion, to take on Rollins, who may also have to contend with the outside influence of Sami Zayn.
Reigns to get revenge on Mahal?
After defeating Samoa Joe at Backlash, Roman Reigns came to Raw hungry for retribution against Brock Lesnar and another opportunity to claim the Universal title that has repeatedly eluded him.
Unfortunately, Reigns’ defeat in the Money In The Bank qualifier last week means he will need to find another path to Lesnar.
But before then, he has some unfinished business with Jinder Mahal, whose interference cost Reigns a victory last week. Will The Modern-Day Maharajah suffer the wrath of The Big Dog?