3 Biggest Things WWE cleverly told us on the RAW before Super ShowDown (3 June 2019)
The excitement was sky-high for RAW this week, as it was the last edition of the red brand before Super ShowDown. Following a substandard episode of RAW last week, the fans were expecting a better show and the company did not let down the WWE Universe. The flagship show delivered a good show with some stupendous matches and exciting segments.
Brock Lesnar was supposed to cash in the Money in the Bank briefcase, but he did not do it. The Beast Incarnate viciously mauled Seth Rollins, and the Beastslayer was taken out of the arena in an Ambulance. Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley had an arm wrestling contest, which was won by the Monster among Men, but Lashley Powerslammed Strowman.
Roman Reigns and The Usos were defeated by Drew McIntyre and The Revival, while Nikki Cross pinned Peyton Royce. The Wild Card entrant Charlotte Flair collided with Lacey Evans, but the latter won the bout by disqualification when Becky Lynch interfered the match. Triple H and Randy Orton had a face-off and Rey Mysterio relinquished the title to Samoa Joe.
Considering Super ShowDown is just three days away, it was a great episode of the red brand. Here we discuss three things WWE cleverly told us on Monday Night RAW this week.
#3 Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss are coming for the Women's Tag Team Titles
Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss formed an unusual alliance a few weeks ago, which continued this week. Nikki Cross faced Peyton Royce this week and the former was victorious. Considering their alliance on RAW, Cross and Bliss could form a new Tag Team.
Earlier, Nikki Cross offered to co-host 'A Moment of Bliss'. Since creating an alliance with Alexa Bliss, Cross is losing her crazy persona. Cross also replaced Bliss in the Women's Money in the Bank match, as the latter was not medically cleared to wrestle.
Cross and Bliss could be a great addition for the Women's Tag Team division. Following the split of Boss N Hug Connection, the Women's Tag Team division certainly needs some big names. Cross could rejuvenate herself with the five-time Women's Champion Alexa Bliss. Judging by the current storyline, Bliss and Cross could face the IIconics at Stomping Grounds.