This Monday will be the go-home episode of Monday Night Raw before Clash Of Champions. The episode will take place live from Madison Square Garden in New York City.
At Clash Of Champions, every WWE championship is mandatorily defended. One champion that does not yet have an opponent is WWE United States Championship, AJ Styles. Styles has currently been preoccupied with WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins and his ongoing issue with Braun Strowman. The O.C. has consistently been an outside factor in the top issue on RAW with Styles leading the rebellious pack.
However, with WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin mediating the contract signing between Rollins and Braun, it is unlikely that Styles and The O.C. will get involved in this contract signing as they did on the most recent episode of RAW.
TCB RT @WWE: BUSINESS IS ABOUT TO PICK UP.@steveaustinBSR WILL moderate the #UniversalChampionship Contract Signing for #WWEClash of Champions NEXT WEEK on #RAW between @WWERollins and @BraunStrowman! pic.twitter.com/yG3JzBtid9— Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR) September 3, 2019
Cedric Alexander looks for payback against AJ Styles
A backstage attack by The O.C. hindered Cedric Alexander’s chances of advancing in the King of the Ring tournament on Raw, and now this astoundingly athletic Superstar will have a chance at retribution against United States Champion AJ Styles when he battles The Phenomenal One this Monday night.
With his King of the Ring dreams tarnished by Styles and his nefarious allies Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, Alexander will no doubt hold nothing back against the U.S. Champion. Will Alexander settle the score?
Alexander is coming off of a good run in the King of the Ring tournament which was stopped by Baron Corbin on the previous episode of RAW.