We have reached a new episode of Monday Night Raw, we are in Sacramento, California, and we are in the last episode before the Pay per View of Crown Jewel. There will be a titled match between Charlotte Flair and Bianca Belair, but not only.
Charlotte Flair enters the ring first. Raw’s female champion is ready to say hello (after this episode she will go to SmackDown) and she complains both about her titled match against Bianca and the audience’s choice that she doesn’t applaud her.
She attacks WWE executives for all of this and Bianca Belair enters. The young wrestler says that she deserves this match and that she is ready to challenge Charlotte, then she pushes her looking for a fight with the champion who backs away.
Meanwhile, Kofi cheers on his friend while Xavier Woods seems very excited. The two enter the ring and in the meantime there is advertising. Xavier Woods was all pumped as he took on Jinder Mahal in the semi-final of the King of the Ring tournament.
Mahal defeated Kofi Kingston last week and had built momentum coming into the contest. The two WWE Superstars locked up and Mahal easily overpowered Woods to kick things off. The latter fought back with a dropkick to the back and hit several chops to get back into the match.
Jinder Mahal defeated Kofi Kingston last week
JINDER MAHAL VS XAVIER WOODS (Semi-final for King of the Ring) Jinder starts well and seems to have control over his opponent, Xavier tries to respond but front kick and high elbow from Mahal who seems to have control of the match.
Dropkick from Jinder Mahal, Xavier responds with a Back Suplex and crossface, Jinder chop and shoves with the giant who seems to have the upper hand. Xavier reacts with punches and a superkick, then rejects interference from Veer and Shanky, but Mahal uses the Khallas.
Xavier Woods doesn’t give up and actually gets an incredible win with a Limit Breaker. Post-match, Kofi also arrives in the ring with Xavier trying on the king’s dress. Brock has not only appeared in WWE but has also made his presence felt in UFC.
His last UFC appearance was in 2018. However, there were reports in 2020 where Dana White had claimed he could make a mega-fight between Brock Lesnar and Jon Jones if both the fighters wanted it. In the end, Lesnar picked WWE over UFC.
It was reported back in 2020 that Lesnar was no longer under contract with WWE and had left the company. But much to the delight of the fans, Brock is back again.