4 Hints WWE dropped on this week's RAW (2nd December 2019)
This week's RAW was a good show, to say the least. Some things didn't make sense, but some did and there clearly were some high points. The wrestling action was brilliant this week and many things were set straight as far as TLC is concerned.
The show started with Seth Rollins' apology to the crowd and Kevin Owens for being disrespectful last week. Owens wasn't having any of it and then the AoP challenged both to a tag team match, to which Owens didn't agree and Rollins walked out. Then, we saw Owens vs Bobby Lashley, which ended in a DQ finish after the AoP attacked Owens.
We then saw Lashley and Lana getting arrested. Furthermore, Charlotte Flair was defeated by The Kabuki Warriors in a handicap match, which was most definitely a great match. After that, Andrade defeated Eric Young, while Aleister Black beat Tony Nese.
In the main event, The OC defeated Ricochet, Humberto Carrillo, and Rey Mysterio but Randy Orton hit an RKO to AJ Styles and ended the show. Here, we are going to take a look at the four hints WWE dropped on the Red brand's weekly episode:
#4 Becky Lynch might not defend the RAW Women's Championship at TLC
Since Survivor Series, there has been no sign of the RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch. She wasn't on last week's show and she wasn't on this week's show either. She did make an appearance at Starrcade last weekend but that hardly counts for anything. With only two weeks to go till TLC, WWE seemingly doesn't have any challengers for The Man.
Also, with little to no time left to develop a storyline from scratch, it's quite possible that Lynch will not defend the RAW Women's Championship at TLC. This should not come to anyone as a surprise as The Man has earned her little break. That being said, there's still a chance that Lynch might be involved at TLC, in some other capacity.
#3 The AoP are hiding something
This Seth Rollins storyline is quite intriguing, to say the least. His character is on the edge at the moment and we have to say, Rollins is doing an absolutely brilliant job to bring it across to the audience.
This week, Rollins did what all faces do as he apologized to the crowd for overstepping the mark. The best part of this segment was when the AoP simply let Rollins walk, without doing anything to him. And right after that, Kevin Owens was attacked when The Prizefighter faced Bobby Lashley.
All of this just screams a masterplan in play. And for a masterplan, there has to be an instigator. The AoP might be acting on someone else's instructions and as of right now, we do not know who that is. This storyline has been simply gripping and is enhancing the reputation of everyone involved.