Stephanie McMahon Appears on RAW, Addresses RAW Women’s Title Situation

Stephanie McMaho Appears on RAW, Addresses RAW Women's Title Situation

WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon appeared on the big screen during tonight’s RAW to address the RAW Women’s Championship situation.

Stephanie announced Asuka vs. Sasha Banks for next week with the winner being crowned the red brand champion. The match can be decided by pinfall, submission, count out or DQ, including outside interference.

Stephanie congratulated everyone involved during her promo, but said Sunday’s match was truly a “horror show” in the ring. Stephanie then noted that Banks may think she won the title, but Stephanie has a different opinion. She announced the singles match for next week’s RAW and made it because Banks didn’t win on Sunday, but neither did Asuka.

As noted, the Banks vs. Asuka title match from The Horror Show at Extreme Rules on Sunday ended in controversy as Bayley put on the referee’s shirt after he was hit by errant green mist from Asuka. Bayley then counted a pin for Banks, forced the timekeeper to ring the bell, and then presented Banks with the title. They quickly left the arena with all the gold. It was confirmed during tonight’s RAW that Asuka is still the champion, but Banks has been in possession of the title.


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