WWE Raw: Kofi Kingston to take on Drew McIntyre next week

WWE Raw: Kofi Kingston to take on Drew McIntyre next week
WWE Raw: Kofi Kingston to take on Drew McIntyre next week

WWE Raw: This week on WWE Raw, Kofi Kingston and Drew McIntyre were involved in a gruelling battle to determine who will challenge Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship at Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.

MVP and Bobby Lashley were present on the ringside to have a closer look at the proceedings. It was a competitive bout to start, as Kofi, despite his stature, was showing resilience and giving Drew a run for his money. But eventually, it was Drew McIntyre who was overpowering Kofi with extraordinary suplex and clothesline.

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WWE Raw: Kofi backed himself at many phases of the match but Drew always had something up his sleeves to counter Kofi’s moves. At one point, Drew was taken outside the ring by Kofi. While regaining strength, Drew found himself near Lashley, and making the most of the opportunity, Kofi planted a jump from the turnbuckle that took both- McIntyre and Lashley. It was embarrassing for the All-Mighty WWE Champion who in sheer agony, got into the ring along with MVP and attacked both Kofi and Drew. Lashley’s exploits resulted in a disqualification, and no clear winner stood out. 

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WWE Raw: Adam Pearce announced one more Kofi VS Drew for next week

After no clear winner in the number one contender’s match, both- Kofi and Drew went backstage and asked WWE official Adam Pearce for a solution. Pearce made a great announcement by scheduling Drew McIntyre VS Kofi Kingston for the next week, and the winner gets a title shot at Hell in a Cell pay-per-view next month.

However, this time around, there is a catch. MVP and Lashley should not get involved in the match, and if they do, they will get suspended for 90 days without pay. This stipulation seems to be adequate as we could expect a clear winner next week to challenge the All-Mighty WWE Champion Bobby Lashly at Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.