3 reasons why The Bar attacking Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins on WWE Raw was the best thing to do
The Raw after WrestleMania is almost always a special one. This year has been no different as we had one heck of an episode. For starters, The Undertaker made a return to the show.
Sami Zayn, too, made his return on Raw after an injury that kept him out for around 10 months. All in all, it was a great Raw episode and it became even better when the New Day interrupted Seth Rollins’ victory speech as Kofi Kingston challenged Seth Rollins to a title-for-title match for Raw’s main event.
Rollins accepted it and the two faced each other for the main event. As the match went on, The Bar came out of nowhere to attack Kofi Kingston. As a result, the match ended in a disqualification.
Soon after, Rollins challenged The Bar to a tag match against a team of himself and Kingston. The Bar agreed and the match was played, which the champions obviously won.
So, here are 4 reasons why making The Bar attack Kingston was the right thing to do…
#3 Seth Rollins couldn’t lose the title
I mean, isn’t this the most obvious reason right now? Seth Freaking Rollins just took a battering against Brock Lesnar a little over 24 hours ago. The Beast Incarnate absolutely hammered him before Rollins went low to get the edge over Lesnar.
In the end, he stomped Brock Lesnar thrice before pinning him for the win and the Universal Title. So, it is safe to claim that Rollins had to go through a lot to win that title – which has been kept hostage for a long time.
As a result, making him lose the Universal Title – a Raw Title – to a guy from SmackDown somewhat renders the point of Rollins winning it from Lesnar obsolete.