3 Things WWE made clear on this week's RAW (November 18, 2019)
The penultimate RAW before Survivor Series was a good one. There was some great wrestling action, coupled with some major developments in key storylines.
Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair won their match against the returning IIconics, which signaled at a possible push for the duo as a tag team. Humberto Carrillo vs AJ Styles for the United States Championship was confirmed and will take place next week on RAW.
Furthermore, Triple H tried to convince Kevin Owens to join NXT, before a brawl broke out between RAW and NXT Superstars. Also, Lana announced that she has filed for divorce against Rusev, while Bobby Lashley won a match against enhancement talent.
Paul Heyman confirmed that the Survivor Series match between Rey Mysterio and Brock Lesnar would be a No Holds Barred Match. An intense Rey Mysterio responded by showing off the same pipe he used to beat Lesnar with last week on RAW.
Morever, Seth Rollins vs Andrade ended in a DQ finish after the Lucha House Party interfered in the match. The show ended with Randy Orton & Ricochet vs The Viking Raiders for the RAW Tag Team Championships, but SmackDown Superstars intervened and the NXT roster joined in on all the fun.
In this piece, we are going to take a look at the three things WWE made clear on this week's episode of the Red Brand:
#3 Triple H can't be trusted
Triple H has been leading the NXT invasions of RAW and SmackDown since the build for Survivor Series began and has been the mastermind behind all these attacks. One thing that WWE made clear this week is that Triple H cannot be trusted by any RAW or SmackDown Superstar.
Previously on RAW, Triple H gave Seth Rollins a shot at the NXT Championship only to have him dismantled by The Undisputed Era. This week, something quite similar happened as Triple H tried to convince Kevin Owens to join NXT, but the former Universal Champion was jumped by The Undisputed Era.
'The Game' could have tried to hold off the attack, but didn't, proving that he can in no way be trusted.