Raw is War
Los Angeles, California
July 21, 2003
NOBODY IS SAFE FROM KANE
As a result of Kane's heinous actions last week, the Big Red Machine has been placed on house arrest. However, not even house arrest could stop Kane from yet another vicious attack. This time, his victim was none other than Linda McMahon. During his highly-anticipated match with Rob Van Dam, Kane once again lost his composure. The over-sized monster began to attack anybody that got in his way. When Linda McMahon came out to try and stop Kane, she was met with a jaw-dropping Tombstone Piledriver on the steel ramp.
Earlier in the show, Mrs. McMahon set all the Stone Cold Steve Austin fans' minds at ease when she informed them that she was not in L.A. to fire Stone Cold, as Eric Bischoff had eluded to. Rather, she was there to tell Austin that he can no longer put his hands on WWE Superstars, unless otherwise provoked with physical harm. If he continues to attack WWE Superstars, according to McMahon, Austin will be fired. As expected, Stone Cold did not take too kindly to the words. Rather than simply accepting what was said, Austin informed McMahon that he would have to think about it. Linda said she could only give him one week to think.
Elsewhere on RAW, Goldberg interrupted a Triple H promo to let The Game know that he was "next."
Molly & Victoria defeated Trish Stratus and WWE Women's Champion Gail Kim when Molly pinned Gail.
Randy Orton defeated Val Venis via pinfall.
Chris Jericho defeated Shawn Michaels by submission.
Intercontinental Champion Booker T defeated Test via pinfall.
Kane and Rob Van Dam competed to a no contest.