Following last night’s incredible “Great Balls of Fire” pay-per-view, tonight’s episode of Raw emanates from the Toyota Center from Houston, Texas. Here’s what we can expect for tonight’s show:

Does Reigns deserve a Universal Championship Match?

Roman Reigns' steel chair strikes have no effect on Braun Strowman: WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017

A few weeks ago, Roman Reigns made his return to “Raw” and declared that he was going to face the winner of the Universal Championship match between Brock Lesnar and Samoa Joe at “Great Balls of Fire.” However, everything changed last night when after suffering a loss to Braun Strowman in an Ambulance Match, Reigns would shove Strowman in the back, and drive the ambulance into a production truck.

I’m not sure how Kurt Angle will respond, but don’t be surprised to see a suspension of some kind tonight. Either way, I have a feeling that this feud is far from over, which is not a bad thing at all.

It looks to be the Summer of The Beast

Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe - Universal Title Match: WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017

Speaking of the Universal Championship, Brock Lesnar defeated Samoa Joe in just over 6 minutes to retain his title last night. With “SummerSlam” still over 6 weeks away, there is plenty of time to name a new No. 1 contender. I don’t expect that to happen tonight, but the seeds could be planted to see who will challenge “The Beast” at the biggest party of the summer.

How will accounts be settled following Bank robbery?

Alexa Bliss bends Sasha Banks like a pretzel - Raw Women's Title Match: WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017

In true heel fashion, Alexa Bliss took a count-out loss to Sasha Banks last night at “Great Balls of Fire,” in order to keep her “Raw” Women’s Championship. I expect that the two of them will be competing against each other at “SummerSlam,” but I also think that a third participant will be added to make it a Triple Threat match. Perhaps a new, more aggressive Bayley? Time will tell.

Who will step up to challenge the Iron Men?

Matt Hardy receives 9 stitches following a 30-Minute WWE Iron Man Match: Exclusive, July 9, 2017

Last night at “Great Balls of Fire,” Cesaro and Sheamus defeated Matt and Jeff Hardy in a 30-minute Iron Man Match to retain the “Raw” Tag Team Championships. Who will be next in line to challenge “The Bar?” Perhaps The Club? The Revival? Either way, Cesaro and Sheamus have been on fire right now, and I don’t see them slowing down any time soon.

Rollins fails to stop the self-appointed “god”

Seth Rollins has Bray Wyatt on his heels with a rapid attack: WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017

Seth Rollins has never been afraid to stand up to Bray Wyatt, and not let the mind games and bizarre video packages get to “The Architect.” However, despite his courage and intensity, Rollins was not able to get the job done last night, as “The Eater of Worlds” was able to earn a victory at “Great Balls of Fire.” What is next for both superstars?

Although I would be OK with this feud not being over, I feel that both men will be moving on to other things. Perhaps a “Demon” is in Wyatt’s future? One can only hope.

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