It was one of those RAW telecasts that made you certain that egos run the place.
From the beginning of the show with Triple H naming himself the special guest referee for John Cena vs. CM Punk at SummerSlam to Dolph Ziggler and Vickie Guererro, screaming "You Need Me" at each other after a loss to Alex Riley, it was a wild night.
Still, there were a few questions that needed to be answered after the show went off air and we are sure to have them all answered by SummerSlam.
Here are the six questions the WWE Universe is asking itself following RAW from San Jose.
For the first time in a while, there is an actual rivalry in the Divas Division that may garner more than a five-minute match in a PPV.
Kelly Kelly's run-in on Beth Phoenix on Monday night showed that both were focused on their upcoming match.
Did Kelly anger Phoenix with that shot to the back of the head? You're damn right she did. Phoenix fought off Eve Torres in a typical Divas match on RAW and cut a short promo that reasserted her position on "booty-popping" and "stinkfaces."
Will this rivalry carry over to Night of Champions or will SummerSlam be the end of it? The answer to that question will depend on the previous question posed and that is whether or not there is actual hype going into "The Biggest Event of the Summer."
With the injury angle from Monday, Rey Mysterio may need to close out his rivalry with the Miz at SummerSlam.
Mysterio has a WWE Championship match on next Monday's edition of RAW from Mysterio's hometown of San Diego, California. Could this be a precursor for a Mysterio/Miz feud throughout the fall or does the WWE have something else in mind?
One thing is for sure, Mysterio and Miz have some unfinished business and the injury angle on RAW may have been to rest Mysterio for next week, as he reportedly tweaked his knee at a live event recently.
That being said, will they wrap up the feud with a quick match at SummerSlam or push the feud past it and give Mysterio an extra day to prepare for his hometown title match?
It seems the words of Alex Riley sparked something on August 1st's edition of RAW. Riley made a comment before his match against Ziggler towards Vickie Guererro that caused Guererro to stand on the apron during the entire match, completely enraged.
It was a joke about bad breath...please.
Anyway, Riley gets slapped by Guererro about a minute into the match and without addressing the live crowd, it looked as if they are split up.
In the words of Miz, "Really?"
We should get more answers next week from San Jose, but this feud seems more based on splitting up Vickie and Dolph than getting Riley a title push. Hopefully Riley gets a title shot sooner rather than later.
R-Truth got a clean win over Morrison on Monday and left everyone to question where this feud is going. R-Truth is continuing his push, while Morrison still suffers because of backstage politics.
Melina (Morrison's girlfriend) was released by WWE on Friday. This past Monday, Melina was barred from the HP Pavillion Arena, the site of RAW.
The couple still traveled together this past weekend and they received major heat backstage. Most are questioning Morrison's loyalty at this point and it has been the dagger in Morrison's WWE career up to this point.
If you don't believe me, ask yourselves one question: Would Morrison be a former (or current) WWE World Champion if backstage politics were out of the question? I, for one, believe so.
Where does Morrison go from here? Does he stake revenge over his former tag-team partner or is there a fall feud coming for the "Shaman of Sexy"?
Poor Alberto Del Rio. He went from being penciled in for a main event title match to not appearing on the card at all.
Last week, it appeared as if he and Kofi Kingston would be going at it. This week, Del Rio lost a match to WWE Champion CM Punk, with no interaction between Del Rio and Kingston.
Where does that leave Del Rio at SummerSlam? Will he have a match, a promo or perhaps a cash-in after a title match?
We will see at SummerSlam.
The main event segment was awesome.
We got to see The Rock again, CM Punk broke kayfabe, as usual, and we made a title match official with a contract signing.
CM Punk talked about the WWE firings from Friday (didn't mention Melina), made fun of The Chaperone and introduced The Rock's recent tirade over John Cena via Facebook.
John Cena called himself "the modern day Hulk Hogan." By the end, just like every contract signing, the table was flipped over and we had an intense stare-down.
CM Punk kicked Johnny Ace and Cena knocked over Punk (and Triple H in the process). With Cena and HHH standing tall in the ring, Punk, walking on the ramp, asked if "the fix was in."
HHH told Cena at the beginning of the show that whatever goes down at SummerSlam will be because "he wanted it to happen."
What will HHH want on Sunday? Who will walk out as WWE Champion at SummerSlam? What do you think?
Actually, before that, answer this one. They had another poll on RAW. This one asked, "Who do you think will win the Undisputed WWE Championship at Summerslam?"
The results were the exact same as the 8/1/2011 RAW poll on who the WWE Universe thought deserved to be WWE Champion. It was 54 percent for Cena and 46 percent for CM Punk. Is the fix in?
Leave your comments below and just a note, the video above is not from the WWE's YouTube page. For a worldwide phenomenon, could they make their videos available outside the USA? Just a thought. Here is the second part of the video attached to this slide.