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Bobby Lashley Made History On Tonight’s RAW

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• Bobby Lashley Made History On Tonight’s RAW

Tonight’s RAW kicked off with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley celebrating his Hell in a Cell win over Drew McIntyre, and the fact that Drew can’t challenge him for the Title again.

The New Day came out and Kofi Kingston showed footage of him pinning Lashley a few weeks back.

Kofi then challenged Bobby for the WWE Championship at the Money In The Bank 2021 PPV.

Lashley accepted Kofi’s challenge, but for Kofi to get this Title match, Xavier Woods will have to face Lashley in a Hell in a Cell match tonight on RAW.

According to the Mat Men Pro Wrestling podcast, USA Network officials weren’t happy when WWE did a Hell in a Cell match on last week’s episode of SmackDown (Roman Reigns vs. Rey Mysterio) on FOX:

“I can tell you for a fact that USA Network is very unhappy that the Hell in a Cell match is happening on SmackDown. I’m not gonna say they are fuming but they are very unhappy about it.”

So, to keep the USA Network officials happy and try to increase the viewership of the show, WWE did a Hell in a Cell match on tonight’s RAW.

In the main event of the show, Lashley defeated Woods inside Hell in a Cell and kept on attacking him after the match to send a message to his Money In The Bank opponent, Kofi Kingston.

After his match on RAW, Lashley made history by becoming the first wrestler in WWF/E history to compete in two Hell in a Cell matches in the span of 24 hours.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (June 21, 2003) – WWE Velocity

On this day in 2003, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Velocity’.

It featured matches on the road to the ‘WWE Vengeance 2003’ PPV.

Here’s the match-card:

– A-Train vs. Orlando Jordan

– John Cena vs. Funaki

– Matt Hardy vs. Paul London

– The Basham Brothers vs. Shannon Moore & Crash Holly

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