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WWE RAW Results: 3 Things That Will Happen On August 21 Episode

WWE RAW Results for the August 21 episode from the Red brand will be out soon. This show will air live from the Centre Videotron in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The next premium live event of WWE is Payback, which will happen on September 2.

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With the premium live event fast approaching, it should not be a surprise if a few matches for the show are made official on this week’s RAW episode. Here are our predictions for the WWE RAW Results on August 21.

1. WWE RAW Results – Chad Gable vs. Gunther

Chad Gable will challenge Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship on this week’s RAW episode. Although Gable is very over the audience, it seems unlikely that WWE will take the belt off Gunther just a few days before he becomes the longest reigning Intercontinental Champion of all time. Expect Gunther to beat Gable.

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2. WWE RAW Results – New Day vs. Drew McIntyre and Matt Riddle

The New Day will take on Drew McIntyre and Matt Riddle in a tag team match. The winner of this match will likely earn a shot at Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens’ WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship.

McIntyre has subtly hinted at a heel turn in the near future. The New Day should win this match, and in the end, the Scottish Psychopath should take out Riddle, thereby setting up a match for Payback.

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3. Shinsuke Nakamura reveals what he said to Seth Rollins

Last week on RAW, Shinsuke Nakamura had a confrontation with Seth Rollins in the ring. It looks like the two Superstars will fight for the World Heavyweight Championship at Payback.

On the previous episode of RAW, Nakamura whispered something to Rollins, which disturbed him. The King of Strong Style took advantage of it and attacked Rollins. On this week’s RAW, Nakamura is all set to reveal what he said. Don’t be surprised if he makes a stunning revelation.

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Vinay

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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