4 Biggest Things Vince McMahon Made Perfectly Clear On Monday Night Raw
- Was Vince McMahon successful in keeping things interesting on Monday Night Raw amidst viewership decline?
In what certainly diminished the entire credibility of the Superstar-Shake Up, Vince McMahon's new 'Wild-Card Rule' on Monday Night Raw ended up being a subject of heated debate all around the wrestling world.
Some fans enjoyed it for what it is, while the others left no stone unturned in criticizing WWE for defying logic on live television amidst massive viewership decline.
The flagship show saw the likes of Roman Reigns, The 'New' Daniel Bryan, Kofi Kingston, and Lars Sullivan make some crucial appearances.
Furthermore, we got interesting confrontations between Seth Rollins and A.J. Styles as well as Braun Strowman and Sami Zayn.
With Vince McMahon's Wild-Card Rule now becoming a legitimate weekly thing, will this be the end of brand extension on the main roster? Let's find out.
Here are the 5 biggest things Vince McMahon made perfectly clear on Monday Night Raw.
#1 Dominic will influence Samoa Joe's clash with Rey Mysterio
After shockingly pinning Samoa Joe last week on Monday Night Raw, Rey Mysterio will now head to Money in the Bank with the intention of outshining The Destroyer again for The United States Championship.
Considering that the company is bound to advance the narrative with a 50-50 booking, Samoa Joe's engaging confrontation tonight with Rey Mysterio's son, Dominic has opened the gates for an even more interesting clash on May 19th.
Since the former NXT Champion has been pretty effective portraying a destructive intimidator on screen, the element of fear could bring out the best in an underdog like Rey Mysterio.
Although the WWE creative are using 50-50 booking to take this feud forward, Dominic's intervention adds an interesting dynamic in this David-Goliath tussle.
With speculations running wild on a potential in-ring debut for Dominic, there's no better antagonist for him to make his debut against than Samoa Joe.