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WWE RAW: MAJOR contract signing set for tonight’s show (24/07/23)

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Tonight’s episode of WWE RAW is set to be a thrilling one, with a major contract signing announced that is sure to keep fans on the edge of their seats.

The World Heavyweight Championship is on the line at SummerSlam, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. Seth Rollins, the current champion, will be defending his title in a rematch against Finn Balor on August 5th in Detroit.

The contract signing for this much-anticipated match will take place tonight.

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WWE RAW Contract Signing: Rollins vs Balor

The contract signing between Rollins and Balor is the highlight of the night. Both wrestlers have a history of intense matches, and this rematch promises to be no different.

With the World Heavyweight Championship on the line, the tension is palpable. The contract signing will set the stage for their upcoming battle, and fans worldwide are eagerly awaiting to see how this unfolds.

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Other Exciting Matches on the Card

But that’s not all. Tonight’s WWE Raw has a packed card with other exciting matches. Becky Lynch will face off against Zoey Stark in a match that promises to be a thrilling encounter.

Tommaso Ciampa will take on Bronson Reed in another match that fans are eagerly looking forward to.

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In addition, we will hear from Cody Rhodes following last week’s shocking attack from Brock Lesnar.

The attack, which took place in front of Rhodes’ mother, has left fans in shock and anticipation of Rhodes’ response.

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