Seth Rollins Returns And Drew McIntyre QUITS WWE As MONEY IN THE BANK Starts Taking Shape

Seth Rollins Returns And Drew McIntyre QUITS WWE As MONEY IN THE BANK Starts Taking Shape

With just a couple of weeks to go before Money in the Bank takes place, last night's RAW featured heaps of big surprises, including the return of Seth Rollins and Drew McIntyre choosing to quit WWE...

By JoshWilding - Jun 18, 2024 09:06 AM EST
Filed Under: WWE

The post-Clash at the Castle episode of RAW left us with plenty to discuss, including Drew McIntyre's shocking decision to leave WWE! 

Hitting the ring to address CM Punk screwing him out of the World Heavyweight Championship in Glasgow, Scotland, McIntyre only said Punk's name before declaring, "Screw this company. I quit." He then stormed off, with both Adam Pearce and Triple H doing their best to stop him from walking out of WWE.

While this is clearly storyline-based, it adds another interesting wrinkle to McIntyre's feud with Punk and sets the stage for them to clash at SummerSlam at the start of August. 

Money in the Bank qualifying matches also started, with Iyo Sky defeating Kiana James and Zelina Vega to progress to the ladder match. Last year, she won the bout in London, England, so the Damage CTRL leader is already an early favourite. 

On the men's side, Jey Uso defeated Finn Balor and Rey Mysterio to progress to the PLE. 

The drama between Dominik Mysterio and Liv Morgan continued, Sheamus, Bron Breakker, and Ludwig Kaiser emerged as likely contenders to challenge for Sami Zayn's Intercontinental Championship, and the members of Alpha Academy finally turned their backs on Chad Gable. 

Another huge shocker came when RAW opened and Seth Rollins made his grand return. We haven't seen The Visionary since he lent Cody Rhodes a helping hand in the main event of WrestleMania Night 2, but he made his intentions to enter the Money in the Bank ladder match known...until World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest interrupted him. 

After defeating McIntyre on Saturday night, The Judgement Day member confidently agreed to defend his title in a singles match against Rollins at the show. Remember, whoever holds the title heading into SummerSlam will have to defend it against Gunther!

You can check out some highlights from last night's RAW below.

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