Big Intercontinental Title Match Announced for RAW in London

Tonya Becker
May 17, 2018

WWE taped tonight's episode of Raw earlier today in London, England at the O2 Arena. Here's all the action that went down across the pond.

Sasha Banks, Natalya and Ember Moon def.

Oh, and there will also be a huge match that the wrestling fans will love as Kevin Owens has answered Seth Rollins' open challenge for the Intercontinental Title. The participants in the matches are not yet known, but Kurt Angle likely has some good ideas in place for only the best competition on the roster.

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

According to Ringside News, he said: "I think they have this idea that since it's against Jinder, they are going to cheer for Roman Reigns, but that's not going to happen".

We cut backstage and see Roman Reigns beating up Jinder Mahal again. While there was no official announcement provided on Raw, all indications seem to be pointing toward the first tag team Money in the Bank ladder match in history taking place this year. Weathering the storm, Bray Wyatt and Woken Matt Hardy eventually got the upper hand with a double Sister Abigail finisher on Scott Dawson, which has now been rechristened as the Kiss of Deletion. With an eye on Money In The Bank, Bliss snuck in a a wicked DDT to Bayley that earned her a spot in the Women's division for the future event.

SmackDown Women's Championship - Carmella (c) vs. Charlotte Flair: Carmella stunningly earned a clean win over Flair at Backlash, but with the knee injury tossed into the finish, the former champion will get another shot here at reclaiming her title from the first women's Money in the Bank victor.

- Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre vs. Finn Balor and Braun Strowman.

Triple Threat Money-in-the-Bank Qualifying Match: Kevin Owens def. Elias and Bobby Lashley by pinning Elias following a frog splash after interference from Sami Zayn to qualify for the Men's Money-in-the-Bank Ladder Match.

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