Previous Monday Night Raw (July 13, 2020) | Women's Couples Championship at stake

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The cast of Monday Night Raw continues to perform at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, behind closed doors, due to the pandemic of Covid-19, with the news that they now use training talent and NXT fighters as an audience.

► Last week in Raw

WWE RAW (July 6, 2020) | Live results | Champion Duel 4

In the past week Dolph ziggler leaned on the fired Heath Slater to avoid revealing the stipulation of his championship fight in The Horror Show at Extreme Rules.

The struggles presented were:

  1. Drew McIntyre beat Heath Slater
  2. Kairi Sane beat Sasha Banks by disqualification
  3. Rey Mysterio and Kevin Owens beat Seth Rollins and Murphy
  4. Lashley and MVP beat Ricochet and Cedric Alexander
  5. Randy Orton, Andrade and Angel Garza beat Big Show and The Viking Raiders
  6. Billie Kay beat Ruby Riott
  7. Asuka beat Bayley

► Previous WWE Raw July 13, 2020

WWE RAW (July 6, 2020) | Live results | Champion Duel 6

Tonight The Kabuki Warriors looking to win back the Women's Tag Team Championship when they face Bayley y Sasha Banks. For weeks the champions have had a rivalry with Asuka. Kidney that Kairi Sane joined last week.

THE FIGHTS ALREADY SCHEDULED: We have four fights scheduled for tonight.

  1. RAW FEMALE COUPLE CHAMPIONSHIP: Bayley and Sasha Banks vs. The Kabuki Warriors
  2. R-Truth vs. Randy orton
  3. Kevin Owens vs. Seth rollins
  4. The Viking Raiders vs. Andrade and Angel Garza

THE FIGHT TO BE SEEN: The one of the Women's Couples Championship, without a doubt has great involvement in what will happen in The Horror Show at Extreme Rules, because it will give impetus to one of the champions who put their title into play.

TO WHAT YOU HAVE TO BE ATTENTION: With six days to go before The Horror Show at Extreme Rules, there are still battles left to finish completing the lineup. It is possible that some fights will take place tonight and on Friday they will finish shaping the event.

Don't miss out on the best coverage of Monday Night Raw tonight, at 7:00 p.m. Central Time, through SUPER FIGHTS