What's next for the new Money in the Bank contract holder, The Miz?
Keith Lee will take on Braun Strowman on tonight's "Monday Night RAW."
Monday Night RAW selected "The Fiend" as their first pick of Night 2.
The second night of the 2020 WWE Draft goes down tonight.
Anyone who goes undrafted will be declared a free agent and sign with the brand of their choosing.
Ali's first orders were to take out The Hurt Business.
Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler also returned to action tonight.
Drew McIntyre opened the show with the legends who helped him on Sunday.
Fans will recognize many of them from NXT.
The challenger for The Street Profits will be determined tonight.
Asuka defends her RAW Women's Championship against Mickie James tonight.
Keith Lee and Randy Orton have separate qualifying matches.
Lee is set to take on Randy Orton at the Payback pay-per-view this Sunday.
McIntyre told Newsweek that he contemplated doing the Sweet Chin Music to Orton, but realized he isn't flexible enough.
Keith Lee debuts and Aleister Black returns tonight.
McIntyre says that Aleister Black is ready to go on a "run of a lifetime."
Rey Mysterio may return tonight to support his son.
Kevin Owens set to take on Randy Orton tonight.
MVP told Newsweek recently that Aleister Black and Samoa Joe are two superstars that he wants to work with.
"You have this newer thing not a lot of people know what all of it is and that is the absolute best for anyone that is going to be in front of the camera because they can define it and they can take advantage of the opportunity," Cena told "Newsweek".
Shane McMahon is scheduled to appear tonight on "Monday Night RAW."
The former NXT Women's Champion will reportedly return to Japan.
The number one contender for the RAW Tag Team Championships will be determined tonight.
Is Sasha Banks really the new RAW Women's Champion?
The 48-year-old vet faces Orton in an unsanctioned match on the July 20 episode of "Monday Night RAW."
Seth Rollins to take on Kevin Owens in WrestleMania rematch.
Slater was one of many in-ring competitors cut by the WWE in early April.
The U.S. Championship has been a part of WWE since 2001.
Drew McIntyre waits for Dolph Ziggler to announce the stipulation to their Extreme Rules match.
"I always had this idea of wanting to be a heel whether people believed I could do it or not," the reigning SmackDown Women's Champion tells Newsweek.