Producers and Backstage Notes Following 5/20 WWE RAW

Producers and Backstage Notes Following 5/20 WWE RAW

Producers and Backstage Notes Following 5/20 WWE RAW – Last night, WWE held its latest episode of RAW at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina, broadcast on the USA Network. Fightful Select released a report detailing the match and segment producers, along with some additional backstage notes. Here’s the rundown:


  • Jason Jordan produced Chad Gable vs. WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn.
  • Abyss/Chris Park produced Bron Breakker vs. Kale Dixon.
  • Petey Williams produced the Queen of the Ring semifinal between IYO Sky and Lyra Valkyria.
  • Shawn Daivari produced the WWE World Tag Team Title match between Awesome Truth and Judgment Day.
  • TJ Wilson & Kenny Dykstra produced the Women’s Tag Team Title four-way match.
  • Michael Hayes & Bobby Roode produced the King of the Ring semifinal between GUNTHER and Jey Uso.
  • Pete Dunne produced the WWE Speed match between Ricochet and Tyler Bate.
  • Adam Pearce produced both the Natalya vs. Kiana James match and the Creed Brothers vs. Authors of Pain match on MAIN EVENT.

Backstage Notes:

  • Dakota Kai and IYO SKY were both busted open during the show but are reported to be fine.
  • Sonya Deville made her return on Raw after being out for a year. WWE did not hide her backstage, and many were pleasantly surprised to see her back.

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