WWE Celebrates Randy Orton's Return On RAW

WWE Celebrates Randy Orton’s Return On RAW

WWE has declared more exciting events for Monday’s RAW, Tennessee’s Thompson-Boling Arena. Becky Lynch will make her first appearance on Monday’s episode of RAW since losing the RAW Women’s Championship to Bianca Belair at WrestleMania 38.

There’s no statement at all on what WWE has in store for Lynch in the future, or if she’ll be competing for the title right away. Lynch has collaborated some few live event contests since WrestleMania, and this is her first time on television. WWE has also declared that RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton will have a 20th Anniversary Celebration on Monday’s show.

We previously mentioned how WWE has already been commemorating #OrtonWeek to celebrate Orton’s major 20-year career milestone. On Monday, April 25, 2002, Orton made his official WWE TV debut, defeating Hardcore Holly on the April 5, 2002 SmackDown episode.

The arena is trying to advertise a Belair Homecoming Celebration, but that will most likely be for locals only. The venue also promotes a SmackDown match between The New Day and Ridge Holland and Sheamus. That very same match took place as with this week’s RAW dark main event, with The New Day winning.

Latest lineup

Further about Monday’s RAW from Knoxville to come. The latest lineup is as follows:

  • Becky Lynch makes her return to RAW for the first time since WrestleMania 38.
  • Randy Orton’s RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton’s 20th Anniversary Celebration
  • Bianca Belair, a hometown hero and RAW Women’s Champion, defends her title against Sonya Deville.
  • Bobby Lashley vs the Omos Arm Wrestling Match

WWE announced earlier that The EST Of WWE Bianca Belair will defend her WWE RAW Women’s Championship against WWE official Sonya Deville on Monday night’s episode of WWE RAW, and The All Mighty Bobby Lashley would then face Omos during an Arm Wrestling Challenge. WWE also declared that Big Time Becks Becky Lynch will create her first-ever appearance on WWE RAW on Monday, after having lost the RAW Women’s Title to Bianca Belair at WrestleMania 38. There’s really no statement until now about what the WWE has in store for Becky Lynch for RAW and beyond, or if she’ll be thrust into the title picture right away, but updates will be provided as soon as they become available.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.