Create
Notifications
⚡️ Get the free App now
Favorites Edit
Advertisement

WWE RAW: 3 Interesting observations from this week's Monday Night RAW (April 1, 2019)

Kartik Arry
ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
Timeless

A few interesting observations from this week
A few interesting observations from this week's edition of Monday Night RAW (Apr. 1)

This week's edition of WWE Monday Night RAW (1st April 2019) saw a lot of contrasting moments. Right from the main event of WrestleMania 35 imploding into a wild melee, to Finn Balor revealing his Demon persona in front of the entire WWE Universe, last night's episode had it all.

Before we start, it is important to keep in mind that go-home RAW episodes for WrestleMania have always been labeled as 'disappointing' in the past couple of years. Last night's show wasn't perfect, but with a few exceptions aside, it was one of the boldest RAW go-home episodes (for WrestleMania) in recent memory.

With that being said, let us take a look at some interesting observations from this week's episode of Monday Night RAW...


#3: Why Batista is most likely to lose at WrestleMania 35

Batista might be the one bidding farewell at WrestleMania 35 this Sunday
Batista might be the one bidding farewell at WrestleMania 35 this Sunday

With a few exceptions aside, the Batista-Triple H rivalry has been progressing quite moderately on the Road To WrestleMania 35.

We all know that Batista's previous stint in the WWE wasn't exactly how he wanted it to be. Also, Batista had been expressing his desire to return to the company for one last run, which is perhaps why this rivalry exists in the first place.

As recent history indicates, it always seems as if Triple H is the one picking up wins against opponents that he had found difficult to conquer in the past (The Undertaker). With Triple H's poor track record against Batista, and also the unlikely idea of Hunter retiring at this point in time, it is easier to say that the odds are stacked against Batista this Sunday.

Moreover, the moderate buildup for this feud indicates that the story might branch out to Pay Per View's following this year's WrestleMania, which means that Triple H and Batista's rivalry might not end this Sunday.

All things considered, it is quite unlikely for Batista to walk out as the victor during WrestleMania 35.

1 / 3 NEXT
Tags:
Advertisement
Advertisement
Fetching more content...