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Welcome to this week’s edition of RAW Preview. It’s the RAW after Money in the Bank, and it also happens to be July 4th, which is the Independence Day of the USA.

Hopefully, WWE can follow up the excellent Money in the Bank show with a great episode of RAW. The red brand has generally been delivering a lot more lately, and it could be argued that it has been the better brand overall in 2022.

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The build-up to SummerSlam 2022 officially begins with the upcoming edition of the show, and the only two matches that have been announced for the show are from SmackDown. Expect feuds to begin, continue, and develop as we move towards the second biggest show of the year.

Here’s what you can look forward to tonight:

The outcome of the RAW Women’s Championship match at Money in the Bank was never in doubt. Bianca Belair was always expected to retain the title against Carmella, and that’s precisely what she did with another great performance on a premium live special.

Carmella, who couldn’t seem to stand the idea of a defeat in a big match, made a statement by launching a post-match assault on The EST of WWE.

Rhea Ripley was originally scheduled to face Belair at MITB but had to be pulled from the event as she wasn’t medically cleared to compete. It wouldn’t be surprising to see her make a return with The Judgment Day to enter the women’s title feud at SummerSlam and potentially make it a Triple Threat match.

Theory lost the United States Championship to Bobby Lashley in a great match, and it’s hard to blame the 24-year-old for losing to a two-time WWE Champion.

However, the young superstar was presumably given another handout by Vince McMahon when he was announced as the last-minute final entrant of the Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match.

When that happened, the loss earlier in the night seemed to be a foreshadowing of his Money in the Bank win. He took one step back by losing the US Title but took five steps forward with the MITB win.

He teased a feud with John Cena in their tense confrontation last week on RAW. Theory also delivered a heated post-show promo after Money in the Bank where he said that not even Cena can touch him. We could finally see the 16-time world champion kickstart a SummerSlam program with the new Mr. Money in the Bank.

Logan Paul is WWE’s latest big-money signing. The company confirmed on social media that they signed the YouTube star, and the first match of stint in WWE is expected to see him face The Miz.

For context, WrestleMania 38 saw The Miz and Logan Paul successfully team up to take out The Mysterios. Post-match, The A-Lister turned on Paul, who hasn’t been seen on WWE TV since.

However, he has bided his time and, with a contract signed, is all set to face The A-Lister at the biggest show of the summer.

What could The Miz have to say about his potential upcoming opponent and former tag team partner? Fans will have to tune in to find out whether he gracefully accepts the challenge or tries to find the backdoor out.

The Street Profits have gotten the better of The Usos during most of their feud since last month. Both Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford have one victory each over Jey and Jimmy Uso, respectively.

However, that didn’t matter at Money in the Bank, as The Usos managed to retain the title and are now just two weeks away from completing a full year as tag team champions.

The win wasn’t legitimate, as Angelo Dawkins had his shoulder up while he was being pinned. This was seen in the replay and was a clear move to continue their feud.

Will we see the two teams continue their rivalry heading into SummerSlam, or will there be a third or even fourth team entering the mix?

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