WWE Raw 25th May Predictions: Two matches have been announced for this week’s Raw, along with a segment involving the all-mighty WWE Champion Bobby Lashley. Talking about the announced matches, Xavier Woods will be colliding with Riddle, whereas the Women’s Tag Team Champions Natalya & Tamina will be defending their titles against Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler.
Besides the announced matches, here are a few matches that could take place tomorrow.
WWE Raw: Sheamus VS Damian Priest
After ending his feud with the Miz at Wrestlemania Backlash, Damian Priest could start a new rivalry with Sheamus for the United States Championship. Ever since making his way to the main roster, Priest has not lost a one-on-one match, and this fact has created a strong statement on his resume.
A fresh rivalry like this will also give Sheamus some new challenges. He has been dominant as the United States Champion, and no one has held him back. Therefore, if this match takes place tomorrow, we could be up for a completely new feud.
WWE Raw: Jaxson Ryker VS AJ Styles
AJ Styles and Omos have been dominant ever since winning the Raw Tag-Team Championship at Wrestlemania 37. Omos got his Wrestlemania moment, and AJ Styles went on to become a Grand Slam Champion. The duo might not have defended their titles since then, but as a singles competitor, AJ Styles is having issues with Jaxson Ryker and Elias of late.
Last week, Styles and Elias had a face-off, but Ryker attacked Styles during the match, and the bout got disqualified. From the actions that took place last week, we could see Ryker and Styles going toe to toe and set the tone for a Raw Tag Team Match at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.
WWE Raw: Charlotte in action
The altercation between Rhea Ripley and Charlotte heated up last week. Charlotte was unable to defeat Asuka last week and lost an opportunity to face Ripley for the title. However, this week around, we could see Charlotte in action yet again with Asuka, but it would be interesting to see if there would be any stipulations to spice up the match.