Raw is War
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
May 31, 2004
EUGENE! EUGENE! EUGENE!
Eugene scored undoubtedly the biggest win of his career on Monday Night RAW, although he paid a price for it. Eugene defeated Kane by disqualification; however, Kane hit Eugene with a chokeslam after the match, and was about to give him a piledriver. Fortunately, Chris Benoit -- who will put the World Heavyweight Championship on the line against Kane at Bad Blood -- made the save.
The partisan Montreal crowd was delighted, to say the least, when La Resistance -- now residing in Quebec -- defeated Benoit & Edge to win the World Tag Team Championship. The win came moments after Edge inadvertently speared his tag team partner.
Elsewhere on Monday Night RAW, it was announced that Gail Kim will face Victoria for the Women's Championship at Bad Blood (Sunday, June 13 in Columbus, Ohio). And another match was officially made for Bad Blood: Shelton Benjamin defeated Randy Orton on RAW, thus earning a shot at the Intercontinental Title at Bad Blood.
For the second straight week, Chris Jericho was assaulted by Trish Stratus and Tyson Tomko.
And Stacy Keibler reminded WWE's female fans that there are only eight days left to enter the $250,000 RAW Diva Search.
La Resistance defeated Chris Benoit & Edge to win the World Tag Team Titles
Victoria def. Jazz in a non-title match
Shelton Benjamin def. Randy Orton in a non-title match
Matt Hardy def. Garrison Cade
Eugene def. Kane by disqualification