4 Biggest Things WWE Secretly Told Us On Monday Night Raw
In what was a reasonable episode of Monday Night Raw, we saw WWE advance the narrative for WrestleMania 35, with significant spotlight thrown upon Drew Mcintyre.
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The Scottish Terminator's rise on the red brand has excited legions of WWE fans, but despite being propelled as the biggest heel on the flagship show, he is bound to fall down to the Roman Empire at The Show of Shows.
Since Chicago always brings together one of the most passionate bunch of fans to their arenas, the WWE Universe was massively disappointed with Kurt Angle's announcement for his farewell match.
The Olympic Gold Medalist is now slated to lock horns with Baron Corbin at the Showcase of the Immortals in his final match and while the internet wrestling community has vehemently criticized the creative decision, there's nothing that can be done to alter it.
While many fans were also speculating on who might join forces with Finn Balor on this unsettled Road to WrestleMania 35, Braun Strowman stormed his way out and assisted The Extraordinary Irishman to get the better off The All-Mighty and Lio Rush.
Furthermore, WWE announced that Beth Phoenix will be coming out of retirement at WrestleMania in what could see her involved in a blockbuster slug-fest against The Boss N' Hug Connection for the WWE Women's Tag-Team Championships.
Regardless of the fact that Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey made astonishing appearances on the red brand, there were a lot of things that the company secretly told us vicariously through a lot of their segments and matches.
Here are the 4 biggest things WWE secretly told us on Monday Night Raw.
#1 Braun Strowman is becoming an afterthought for Vince McMahon
After Roman Reigns was coerced out of action due to Leukemia in October, many in the WWE Universe predicted Braun Strowman to take his position as the top guy.
Although Vince McMahon did push the envelope with The Monster Among Men, the former Raw Tag-Team Champion always becomes an afterthought whenever WrestleMania is around the corner.
If you analyze his previous matches on WrestleMania, then one realizes that Strowman hasn't been a part of any major bout at The Show of Shows regardless of his monstrous push on the red brand.
Considering that he is now entering the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, it's an absolute travesty to see the creative team never propelling him to his maximum potential.