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3 Biggest shockers WWE could be planning for Monday Night Raw (April 15, 2019)

Aviral Shukla
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13.09K   //    14 Apr 2019, 19:15 IST

Lesnar punishing Rollins at WrestleMania!
Lesnar punishing Rollins at WrestleMania!

Last week's episode of Monday Night Raw followed the biggest PPV of the year, WrestleMania, and WWE's creative team displayed the amount of creativity they possessed when they delivered yet another underwhelming episode of Monday Night Raw.

The post-WrestleMania Raw is known for dishing out surprises and producing a great show, but that wasn't the case with the last episode.

Sure The Undertaker made an appearance, but that was it, there was no real intrigue aside from "It's the Undertaker, dude" and in my opinion, it was a waste of an appearance by The Phenom.

The episode also saw a Title vs Title match between Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston which got ruined due to interference from Sheamus and Cesaro.

Since this week's episode will see a Superstar Shakeup, the WWE will most probably make up for the bad episode and would make Raw this week very exciting.

So without further ado, let's take a look at 3 biggest shockers WWE could be planning for Monday Night Raw.


#3 Dean Ambrose changes his mind

Ambrose said his good-byes last week!
Ambrose said his good-byes last week!

The Lunatic Fringe, Dean Ambrose, said goodbye to the WWE Universe last week and is all set to leave the company since his contract is expiring later this month.

Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns addressed the fans last week after Monday Night Raw went off the year where Ambrose got a few things out of his chest and offered his farewell remarks.

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Ambrose is one of the biggest superstars the WWE currently has, and his departure will leave a huge void on the roster which will be really hard to fill, and with the part-time superstars getting past their prime, WWE would need a lot of star power to keep the show intact.

While it looked like Ambrose was written off the TV when Bobby Lashley attacked him last week, Ambrose is still advertised for a number of live events through to the end of April and is also scheduled to appear on this week's Raw in Montreal.

While the advertisement may just be WWE using him for the remaining dates in his contract, it could also mean he is staying with the company. Is Ambrose going to change his mind or this is just another week in his farewell tour? Let's just wait and watch.

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