In what was an enjoyable edition of Monday Night Raw from Boston, WWE advanced the narrative for WrestleMania 35 and confirmed most of the rumored matches that were doing the rounds.
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Judging by the looks of it, Roman Reigns' blockbuster slug-fest with Drew Mcintyre is getting some significant spotlight on the red brand with The Big Dog now officially accepting the former NXT Champion's challenge for a match at The Show of Shows.
The flagship show began with the women's division taking center stage as Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair in an interesting Beat the Clock challenge against respective members of The Riott Squad.
On the other side of the tracks, Finn Balor's victory in a handicap match against Bobby Lashley and Jinder Mahal has now cemented his position as the ideal challenger for the Intercontinental Championship heading into WrestleMania 35.
Furthermore, Kurt Angle's farewell tour in Boston saw The Olympic Gold Medalist go one-on-one against The United States Champion, Samoa Joe. Whilst Angle's tussle with Baron Corbin still remains intact, his victory over Joe raised quite the eyes on social media.
Even monitoring the Dean Ambrose situation here. The Lunatic Fringe is not expected to be a part of any storyline heading into The Showcase of the Immortals and his loss in a Last Man Standing match only looks like a final nail in the coffin.
Another major update surrounding Triple H Vs. Batista saw The Game put his entire career on the line in what certainly looks like one of the most anticipated encounters heading into this year's visual extravaganza.
Regardless of what transpired, there are many things WWE vicariously told us through some of their segments and matches on Monday Night Raw. What were they? Let's find out.
Here are the 5 biggest things WWE secretly told us on Monday Night Raw.
Despite the odds stacked against him in this uninteresting handicap match, Finn Balor came out victorious by pinning Jinder Mahal and earning himself an opportunity against Bobby Lashley's Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania.
Whilst we have seen this happen already, there's a legitimate chance that we could see The All-Mighty turn on Lio Rush after losing the gold to the First-Ever Universal Champion.
Since there are reports of Balor entering The Grandest Stage of Them All as The Demon King, there's no way he wouldn't be walking out of this year's event with the Intercontinental Championship.
Lashley's frustrations coerced him to decimate Jinder Mahal tonight which only suggests that the Intercontinental Champion will do whatever it takes to keep the gold with him and that could be a problem for Lio Rush.