3.) Ruby Riott
Ruby Riott has turned things around for her career this month after obtaining a tag team victory against the IIconics alongside Bianca Belair as well as her first singles victory against Peyton Royce since returning to in-ring competition. With Liv Morgan still lurking in the shadows, it’s only a matter of time until Riott and Morgan become the next Women’s Tag Team Champions.
2.) Shayna Baszler
Shayna Baszler has been rightfully impatient with her minimal TV time on Raw. She announced an open challenge on Raw Talk to incite any of the women in the Raw locker room to step up to the plate. Nia Jax courageously answered that challenge, and it seems that they will have a big match at SummerSlam. Baszler knows how to create her opportunities, and she did just that.
1.) Sasha Banks
Viva La Sasha! Although she’s technically a SmackDown superstar, Sasha Banks is the current Raw Women’s Champion after defeating Asuka via count-out on last week’s Raw. Due to her history with the Raw Women’s Championship on first title defenses, it feels too good to be true that she will actually hold onto that championship past SummerSlam.
She will purportedly have a championship rematch against Asuka at SummerSlam, where Asuka could very well win the championship back. On the bright side, she’s now a five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time Raw Women’s Champion, which should be good enough for the duplicitous Booker T.