The latest episode of WWE Monday Night Raw saw some thrilling matches building to the upcoming SummerSlam pay-per-view (PPV) scheduled to take place in Brooklyn, New York on 21 August. The event was aired live from the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on 8 August.

Check out the Raw results for 8 August:

Enzo Amore vs Chris Jericho

Big Cass entered the ring and floored Chris Jericho with a big boot after he had carried out a Codebreaker on Enzo Amore. Jericho won via disqualification.

After the match, Big Cass challenged Jericho and Owens to a tag team match at SummerSlam, which was immediately accepted.

Darren Young vs Titus O'Neil

The match from the start was dominated by O'Neil. However, Young rolled Titus up for the win after he ducked out of a running powerslam.

Cesaro vs Sheamus

In the middle of the fight Sheamus hit Cesaro with an elbow and in the process also knocked out the referee. The Sheamus rolled Cesaro up but there was no count as the referee was still coming back to his senses. Sheamus got distracted when he confronted the referee, which allowed Cesaro to roll Sheamus up for the win.

The Dudley Boyz vs Neville and Sin Cara

D-Von Dudley was looking to clothesline Neville but instead partner Bubba Ray got knocked out. Moments later Neville hits the Red Arrow on Devon for the win.

Dana Brooke vs Sasha Banks

Charlotte, who was at ringside, accidentally slapped her friend Brooke when she was going for Sasha, who then carried out a signature double knee-drop on Brooke for the win. As a result, Brooke had been banned from the ringside when Sasha defends her Women's Championship title against Charlotte at SummerSlam.

Luke Gallows vs Kofi Kingston

Kofi Kingston was with partner Xavier Woods, while Luke Gallows came out next with Karl Anderson. The match was a to and fro from the start but the end came when Gallows dropped Kingston on his face for the win.

Braun Strowman vs Jorel Nelson

Braun carried out the reverse chokeslam for the win.

Enzo Amore and Big Cass
Enzo Amore and Big Cass on the mic WWE