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Finn Balor and Kevin Owens bid for Money In The Bank momentum when the two square off on Raw, live on Sky Sports Arena at 1am on Monday night.
The two former Universal champions will go head to head in what promises to be a mouth-watering match-up between two men who will compete for the briefcase at the June 17 Sky Sports Box Office event.
The always-entertaining Owens inserted himself into the match between Balor and Braun Strowman last week, causing the match to end in a disqualification. Retribution will surely be on the Irishman’s mind when he squares off against his bitter foe on Raw.
Strowman gained his revenge when he wiped out Owens following his match with Bobby Roode – and then, in typically monstrous fashion, dispensed the same treatment to Roode.
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As a result, the pair – who, like Balor and Owens, find themselves in the Money In The Bank ladder match – will also do battle on this week’s Raw.
Natalya ready to stand up to Jax
Nia Jax has been unable to hide her contempt for her Money In The Bank challenger Ronda Rousey since the match was confirmed, quite literally laughing in the face of the former UFC champion on last week’s Raw.
Jax brutalised a “local competitor” prior to that face-off and then turned her back on Rousey, who will compete for the Raw women’s championship in her first WWE singles match.
After witnessing Nia’s disrespect toward her longtime friend and training partner, Natalya will take on the cocky champion in Houston this week.
Tag teams to throw down in battle royal
After The B-Team’s barbecue devolved into a coleslaw-slinging melee, the frustrated duo approached Raw general manager Kurt Angle to demand a title shot against Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt.
But Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas will need to come out on top in a tag team battle royal which features all of the red brand’s duos if they are to get a crack at the gold.
The B-Team have beaten Breezango in back-to-back matches but face a substantially tougher task if they are to elevate themselves into the title picture.