One night after Hell in a Cell, WWE delivered a solid episode of RAW. Many matches in Hell in a Cell fell smoothly, but RAW did a good job with some good competitions in the whole world.
This week, RAW began to set up pay-per-view Money matches at the bank. Pearce and Deville Sonya were not too satisfied with the loss of Rhea Ripley on Sunday. They decided to make a match for Money in the Bank between her and Charlotte Flair.
Fans also discovered who would challenge the WWE Championships of Bobby Lashley after Drew McIntyre did not win the title inside a cell. Meanwhile, Asuka and Naomi defeated the women’s money in the Bank’s ladder match against Eva Marie and Doudrop (Piper Niven).
Mustafa Ali and Mansoor also had an interesting backstage meeting. Both superstars could finally unite on RAW in a good tag team.
Check out the five things after Hell in a cell WWE got right on RAW.
#5 Ricochet qualified for the Money in the Bank match on WWE RAW
WWE began building for the money at the Bank on RAW with Hell in a cell out of the way. Ricanchet took on AJ Styles early in the show in the first men’s qualifying match of the night.
Styles checked the early part of the match and kept the flyer for a while. Ricochet managed to return with a few suplexes to the competition and started to build momentum quickly.
Shortly afterwards, the Viking Raiders came out and fought with Omos on the ringside. He was driven by the barricade. Styles lost focus and allowed Ricochet to take advantage of the distractions. With a knee to the face, he countered the phenomenal forearm in order to win.
The One and only gained momentum once again in RAW. It was a great first night match. He is one of the best athletes on the ring and the creative RAW team must invest much more in him.
During the bank ladder match, Ricochet can deliver some top spots. Although he's not going to be the favorite for winning, he's a wonderful performer in WWE Universe.