A triumphant Swann looks forward to his first title defense when he battles The Brian Kendrick for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship on 205 Live.12/06/2016 - 00:30
Raw Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods & Big E receive the news that before they make history as the longest-reigning tandem titleholders in WWE history, they'll have to go through Cesaro & Sheamus and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson next Monday night in a Triple Threat Match.12/06/2016 - 00:30
Raw Recall for July 20, 2011
SAY WHAT?: POP GOES THE WEASEL
"I love you, pop, and I'm sorry."
- Triple H, to his father-in-law, Mr. McMahon, after relieving the longtime Chairman of his duties and informing him that he will now be taking over day-to-day operations at WWE.
OUCH: ADIOS, AMOEBA!
Alberto Del Rio predicted he would be a "better," "stronger" champion, someone people could respect. Moments later, he went on to lose to Kofi Kingston in the first round of the WWE Championship Tournament. Oops. Hasta luego, Señor Dinero en el Banco!
DIVA DOMINATION: GRAND SLAM!
Glam, bam, thank you, Ma'am! When Rosa Mendes squared off with WWE's strongest Diva, Beth Phoenix, the entire Divas roster was put on notice. In a 7-on-7 tag match, Phoenix punished the curvaceous Costa Rican with a vicious Glam Slam and showed why she's still so darn scary. All hail, The Glamazon!
PHEW!: AVOIDING THE FIRING SQUAD
"You're fired!" Those two words were sure to pass Mr. McMahon's lips. He appeared only moments away from showing John Cena the door for losing the WWE Title at Money in the Bank. Cena received a repreive, however, in the form of Triple H, who arrived and did the firing himself - of his father-in-law!
SLICE OF THE ACTION
Every detail is magnified under the bright arena lights of Monday Night Raw. Can you identify the Superstar in this week's Raw Slice of the Action? Check out the photo gallery to see if you got it right.VIEW THE PHOTO GALLERY
WWE'S GREATEST MOMENTS
Watch The Nexus debut as they destroy John Cena, The Great One give a "Rock" concert and Shawn Michaels bid farewell, all on the new video series "WWE's Greatest Moments," powered by Kmart.