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5 Shocking things WWE secretly told us this week on Raw and SmackDown Live

  • In what was an astonishing week of action, these are the 5 shocking things WWE secretly told us on Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live.
Rimika Saini

In what was a perfectly blended week of action with Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, WWE very clinically advanced the narrative on the Road to WrestleMania 35.


Vince McMahon's billion dollar company's creativity continues to excel on all grounds, with the company dropping some serious bombshells along the way to Fastlane.

While much of the spotlight gravitated towards Roman Reigns and his epic Shield reunion, Ronda Rousey's startling heel turn caught mainstream attention and has literally taken the internet by storm.'

Moreover, Joe's epic win to earn the United States Championship was incredibly effective and could be setting him up for a major showdown at The Show of Shows.

The Rowdy One savagely assaulted Becky Lynch and claimed to not work by the rules anymore. An incensed Triple H also took the mic and ranted his frustrations over Batista's brutal ambush last week, and with the two now locked in to have a one-on-one confrontation next week, things could get really interesting.

Kevin Owens' current collision with 'The New' Daniel Bryan wrote its next chapter on the blue brand, with the former Universal Champion now transitioning into a more sympathetic babyface.

Regardless of what transpired tonight, there are many things WWE vicariously told us through some of their segments and matches this week.

So, without further ado, let's dive deep and analyze the 5 biggest things WWE secretly told us on Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live.


#1. A big 'Four Horsewomen' angle could be in the works to end WrestleMania 35

Will this affect WrestleMania 35?

With Ronda Rousey struggling to find her footing as the white meat babyface on Monday Night Raw, her astonishing turn towards the bad side has brought more anticipation to the Raw Women's Championship match.


The Rowdy One's heelish antics would be far more suitable in advancing the narrative whilst keeping Becky Lynch in the spotlight as the ultimate underdog heading into WrestleMania 35.

While many have believed that Vince McMahon's anger with Ronda's latest tweets could have coerced the decision, but there could be more to the story than meets the eye, at the moment.

There's a genuine possibility that a shocking 'Four Horsewomen' angle could be in the works for WrestleMania 35, and would prove to be incredibly beneficial in setting the story for the entire 2019.

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Published 06 Mar 2019, 09:56 IST