3 Hints WWE dropped on RAW after Survivor Series (November 25th, 2019)
It was a great weekend with NXT War Games and Survivor Series, and both shows were spectacular. It was a high for RAW after Survivor Series, and WWE did well in continuing the momentum from a highly successful weekend. RAW saw the crowning of a new champion and the beginning of a couple of exciting feuds.
Although Rey Mysterio walked out of Survivor Series empty handed, things changed for the legendary Superstar on RAW, as he won the United States Championship for the second time in his career. Knocking on the door of Aleister Black last week, Buddy Murphy picked a fight with 'The Dutch Destroyer,' and the two men put their hands on each other this week. Asuka secured her first singles win over Charlotte Flair, with the help of the green mist, which was also the reason for Charlotte's elimination at Survivor Series. Moreover, Seth Rollins showed a different persona this week, blaming RAW's dismal performance at Survivor Series on the entire roster, and he met Kevin Owens in the main event of the night.
Here are three hints WWE dropped on RAW this week.
#3 Charlotte Flair could be targeting Asuka's title
Having failed to secure a victory for Team RAW, Charlotte Flair certainly had a forgettable night at Survivor Series. 'The Queen' was pinned because Asuka turned on her team, spitting green mist on Flair. The betrayal set a Monday night match up between the two behemoths of RAW's Women's Division.
With two victories over Asuka, including the streak ending bout at WrestleMania 34, Charlotte was confident before heading into RAW. However, 'The Queen' fell into the trap of the green mist again, as 'The Empress of Tomorrow' pinned Charlotte for the first time in her career.
Judging by the storyline, it is clear Charlotte and Asuka will have a feud, but if Flair manages to find a tag team partner, this is likely to become a tag team feud involving The Kabuki Warriors. Given the fact that Becky Lynch teamed up with Charlotte in the past two weeks on RAW, the former foes could challenge the reigning Women's Tag Team Champions in the weeks ahead.