With WWE Battleground in the books, the company turned its attention to SummerSlam on August 17. In one night, fans got a glimpse at what the card for that show may look like, thanks in large part to several extremely strong segments of television on Monday night's Raw.
Brock Lesnar made his return to the company three months after conquering The Undertaker's undefeated streak. The Beast Incarnate became the No. 1 contender to John Cena's WWE World Heavyweight Championship, setting up a monumental main event for the biggest event of the second half of the year.
Stephanie McMahon's vendetta against the Bella Twins was taken to a whole new level as she physically assaulted a visiting Brie Bella with a slap to the face, then found herself in handcuffs and charged with battery later in the show.
The fan reaction to those two segments alone indicate that the company may have the most anticipated women's match in recent history on its hands.
Roman Reigns continued to wage war with The Authority, Chris Jericho found himself on the receiving end of a vicious beating by The Wyatt Family, Paige unleashed a new side of herself on WWE and Divas champion AJ Lee may one day hope she never returned to the ring.
A show much more noteworthy than the pay-per-view the company produced 24 hours earlier, the July 21 episode of Raw set the stage for what should be a wildly entertaining road to SummerSlam.
Relive this week's broadcast by taking a look at the results, analysis and grades for everything that went down Monday night.