Austin Theory is still going strong as WWE United States Champion. Theory has a lot of momentum going for him, and it appears that they will have quite a match in store for fans this week.

Although Austin Theory doesn’t have a new challenger for his title. It seems that they will take care of that this week. WWE announced that a four-way match will take place on SmackDown for the United States Title.

It was previously announced, along with other spoilers, that WWE was planning this four-way match. Now we know that there are certainly some big stakes at play. WWE made this announcement on their official website.

Tonight, the United States Championship Invitational kicks off with AJ Styles, Santos Escobar, Butch and Grayson Waller battling it out in the first step toward a future United States Championship Match!


The winner of tonight’s Fatal 4-Way Match will go on to face the winner of next week’s Fatal 4-Way Match on the July 28 edition of SmackDown. Whoever emerges victorious in that one-on-one showdown gets to challenge Austin Theory for the Red, White and Blue Title.

Sheamus & Ridge Holland vs. Pretty Deadly will also be featured on the card tonight. Jey Uso will also get a spotlight as he heads toward SummerSlam, where he will battle Roman Reigns for the Universal Title.

WWE has a lot planned for tonight’s two-hour show. For more updates on this story, and many more, please stay with us here at Ringside News.

WWE Women’s Championship Match: Asuka vs. Bianca Belair
US Championship Invitational Match: AJ Styles vs. Santos Escobar vs. Butch vs. Grayson Waller
* Sheamus & Ridge Holland vs. Pretty Deadly
* The fallout from Jey Uso’s Undisputed WWE Universal title challenge

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