WWE RAW Match Card: Full List Of Matches Announced For July 10 2023 Episode Of RAW

WWE RAW heads to Buffalo, NY for the July 10 edition of the red brand’s weekly episode. This episode will likely see some matches being made official for the next premium live event, SummerSlam, which will happen on August 5.

Buffalo city’s Keybank Center will host to tonight’s RAW episode. WWE have officially advertised six Superstars, namely Cody Rhodes, Rhea Ripley, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and Dominik Mysterio for the show. The company has also announced a few segments and matches in advance to hype the show.

The first segment announced for the WWE RAW Match Card for July 10 was Cody Rhodes sending a message to Brock Lesnar. They are likely to clash at the Biggest Party of the Summer, and ahead of the final match of their trilogy, Cody will cut a promo on Lesnar on the show tonight.



The Alpha Academy won a six-person tag team match against The Viking Raiders and Valhalla last week on RAW. Now, Chad Gable and Otis have decided to organize a graduation ceremony for Maxxine Dupri after she helped the team win the six-person tag team match last week.

Drew McIntyre and Matt Riddle will join forces for a tag team match against Imperium members Giovanni Vinci and Ludwig Kaiser. Last week on RAW, Riddle defeated Vinci before Imperium attacked him. McIntyre returned to RAW and helped Riddle take out Gunther and co. Gunther will watch this match from ringside.

WWE RAW Match Card Announced So Far For Tonight’s Show

Here is the full list of matches and segments announced for the July 10 episode of Monday night RAW in Buffalo, NY so far:

  1. Cody Rhodes delivers a special message to Brock Lesnar
  2. Drew McIntyre and Matt Riddle vs. Imperium (w/ Gunther at ringside)
  3. The Alpha Academy to throw a graduation ceremony for Maxxine Dupri


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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