WWE News: Preview And Predictions Of Monday Night Raw, October 7, 2019

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WWE wrapped up a historic week with Hell In A Cell 2019 and now the attention will move to a new phase starting with Monday Night RAW, tonight, October 7.

Written By Akhil Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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WWE wrapped up a historic week with Hell In A Cell 2019 and now the attention will shift to a new phase starting with Monday Night RAW tonight, October 7, 2019. The Hell In A Cell PPV already had its share of controversy with the bizarre ending of the main event for the Universal Championship between superstars  The Fiend, Bray Wyatt and Seth Rollins. The Beastslayer mauled Wyatt with chair shots to the head. The match was halted as soon as a sledgehammer was used on The Fiend by Seth Rollins. It had an unhappy ending for the fans but The Fiend had the last laugh as he left Seth Rollins unconscious. Fans will be eager to see what Rollins has to say when WWE returns with Monday Night Raw tonight.

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WWE Preview

Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury sat in the front row for SmackDown’s Premier on FOX. He was confronted by Braun Strowman who had a face-off with the undefeated boxer before shoving Dolph Ziggler onto him. Tonight, he will be given a chance to talk about his confrontation with Strowman. Will they go head to head tonight itself? Natalya and Lacey Evans have been confronting each other for the past few weeks now. On Sunday, both of them had a tough clash inside the ring. Eventually, the Queen of Harts, Natalya made Lacey Evans tap out to the sharpshooter. Tonight, both the women will go head to head for a last woman standing match and this would probably end this feud. Who will come out as a winner in this clash? This will be the most interesting segment on RAW tonight.

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