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Stipulation Added to Raw’s Main Event and Heyman Set to Appear

(Brock Lesnar manager and promoter Paul Heyman)

As previously announced, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Roman Reigns, and Big Cass will all face one another tonight on WWE Raw in a Fatal 4 Way Match, with the winner being crowned the new WWE Universal Champion due to Finn Balor being forced to vacate the title last week due to a shoulder injury.

In an update, a stipulation has been added to this match in that it will now be a Fatal 4 Way Elimination Match, meaning that whenever a competitor is either pinned or forced to submit, they will be eliminated from the match.

The WWE Network’s Raw Pre-Show has announced that Paul Heyman, the advocate for Brock Lesnar, will appear on tonight’s edition of Raw.

It was announced that Heyman will appear on the show to address Lesnar’s actions from SummerSlam, in which he hit SmackDown Live Commissioner Shane McMahon with an F5 following his TKO victory over Randy Orton at the event.

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