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10 WWE moments that are destined to happen before 2020

Danny Hart
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The O.C. and Bray Wyatt have featured prominently on Raw
The O.C. and Bray Wyatt have featured prominently on Raw

The WWE Universe has already been treated to lots of great moments in 2019, including the first women’s main event in WrestleMania history and Roman Reigns’ return from battling leukemia.

Fans have also witnessed the rise of ‘KofiMania’, leading to Kofi Kingston winning the WWE Championship from Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35, while Seth Rollins surprisingly picked up two victories over Brock Lesnar to emerge from WrestleMania and SummerSlam as the Universal Champion.

With four months left before 2020, we are bound to see plenty of other memorable moments occur on WWE programming by the end of the year, especially with extra focus on the NXT brand and with the rosters almost certainly separating again ahead of SmackDown’s move to FOX in October.

In this article, let’s count down 10 WWE moments that are destined to happen before 2019 is over.


#10 Sasha Banks becomes Raw Women’s Champion

Sasha Banks took a four-month leave of absence from WWE after she and Bayley lost the Women’s Tag Team titles to The IIconics in a Fatal 4-Way match at WrestleMania 35.

Shortly after ‘Mania, various reports suggested that she complained about losing the titles and she wanted to leave the company. Needless to say, this prompted a negative response from many fans on social media, so it was no surprise that WWE brought Banks back as a heel when she made her long-awaited return after SummerSlam.

Since then, “The Boss” has attacked Natalya and Becky Lynch on Raw, becoming more relevant than she has been in three years, and her recent reunion with Bayley has added more intrigue to Banks’ character ahead of her Raw Women’s Championship match against “The Man” at Clash of Champions on September 15.

It is difficult to predict a winner for the Clash of Champions encounter – both women have a lot of momentum heading into the event – but it is safe to assume that Banks will get her hands on Raw’s top female title at some point before the end of the year, especially if Lynch switches to SmackDown when the brand moves to FOX in October.

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