3 Biggest shockers WWE could be planning for Monday Night Raw (25 February, 2019)
Last week, it followed the Elimination Chamber PPV which was a really good show from top to bottom. The events that transpired on the show led to Raw bouncing back over three million viewers for the first time since August 2018.
This week, WWE is advertising a celebration for Ric Flair's 70th Birthday, and the former Universal Champion, Roman Reigns, is making his return for the first time in four months. It is also possible that Brock Lesnar will appear to promote his scheduled bout with Seth Rollins.
Will the streak of great Television ratings continue, or they will go back to being miserable? It all depends on how the creative team lays things out.
Here are the 3 biggest shockers WWE could be planning for Monday Night Raw.
#3 Lars Sullivan finally debuts
The Jack Kirby's illustration comes to life, Lars Sullivan was scheduled to arrive on the main roster about a month ago, but due to some unfortunate circumstances, his debut's put on hold.
Sullivan, 30, didn't have any Title gold in his collection for the time he was in WWE's developmental territory but there are plenty of superstars who have found success on the WWE main roster despite winning any titles in NXT.
Last week, the elite four of WWE NXT made their presence felt on the main roster. The list includes the current NXT Champion Tomasso Ciampa, the former NXT North American Champion Johnny Gargano, Ricochet and Aleister Black.
Every single one of them had a good showing, and they won their respective matches. The only person left to make his debut is Lars Sullivan. Sullivan is the monster that the WWE main roster is truly lacking and no matter how he is booked, Sullivan will be a great addition to the regular cable programming.