Tonight on Monday Night Raw, it’s a big night for Kurt Angle, who will finally reveal the secret that has been teased for almost two months now. Plus, Roman Reigns will fight Samoa Joe in a match to determine who will face Braun Strowman at SummerSlam in August. Raw will air tonight at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on the USA Network. Check back in at 8 for match results and spoilers, and read on for a preview of the night’s events.
Kurt Angle on tonight’s Raw is set to reveal a controversial secret that he and Corey Graves have been discussing since the end of May. We don’t know a lot about it, but we do know that it’s something that Angle feels could tear his family apart, and something that led an unnamed person to say that Angle is a disgrace. We also know that Angle will be making this revelation next to a loved one, whom he talked to over the phone last week and invited to Raw. The rumor has been that this is building up to the return of Stephanie McMahon, while another rumor suggests Dixie Carter will get involved. After so much speculation for so many weeks, tonight viewers will finally get an answer.
Plus, the big match of this week’s Raw is a showdown between Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns. Whoever wins will go on to face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at SummerSlam next month. Joe wants another shot at Lesnar after coming very close to defeating him at Great Balls of Fire, while Reigns has declared that this is his yard and that he deserves a title shot even though he lost to Braun Strowman in their ambulance match. So who will come out of this match victorious? Will Braun Strowman get involved and ruin Roman’s chances?
The show this week will also open with Dean Ambrose, who will presumably talk about his current place on Raw and his relationship with Seth Rollins. After Ambrose and Rollins helped each other on Raw recently, fans got excited for a possible Shield reunion, but last week, Ambrose made clear that this will not happen because he has not forgiven Rollins. So what does Ambrose have to add to all of this during the opening of tonight’s Raw? We’ll find out when the show goes live at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on the USA Network.