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This week’s episode of Monday Night Raw featured three matches to determine who would qualify for the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match at the upcoming Money in the Bank pay-per-view on July 18, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas. Riddle, John Morrison, and Ricochet emerged victorious in those matches.
The losers of those matches, Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, and AJ Styles, are getting another shot at qualifying.
WWE announced that the three will wrestle in a triple threat match with the winner earning the fourth and final spot reserved for Raw in the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match. Orton & Styles lost after distractions while McIntyre was pinned clean, for whatever that’s worth.
Raw viewers are sticking around
The overall numbers aren’t great, but for the second straight week, the hour-to-hour holds are impressive.That trend continued on June 7, an episode that generally bounced back from Memorial Day’s historic lows. PWTorch reports Raw’s average audience on for USA Network this week was 1.64 million, with all three hours remaining above 1.6 million viewers.
Also set for next week’s show is a Strap match pitting Jaxson Ryker vs. Elias.
Here’s how they set it up:
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As of right now, those are the only two matches advertised for the show next week.
Raw results, live blog: Hell in a Cell fallout .
Follow along with this week’s episode of "Raw," featuring all the fallout from "Hell in a Cell." What’s next for Bobby Lashley?Advertised for tonight: Drew McIntyre is no longer able to challenge for the WWE championship while it’s in Bobby Lashley’s possession, so we’ll see where both of those two go from here. The build to Money in the Bank next month begins proper.