4 biggest surprises Vince McMahon could be planning on RAW next week (15 April 2019)
- A list of surprises that could take Monday Night RAW by storm next week.
WrestleMania season is over, and we are marching towards the next pay-per-view, Money in the Bank. The RAW after WrestleMania had some unforeseen surprises and the WWE Universe will be eagerly waiting for next week as the Superstar Shake-Up will take place.
Perhaps the most questionable moment of last RAW was the appearance of the Undertaker. Surprisingly, the Deadman skipped the Showcase of Immortals after 19 years, but he showed up on RAW. Moreover, the newly crowned WWE Champion Kofi Kingston appeared on RAW and main evented the show. The Freak Athlete Lars Sullivan made his main roster as he attacked Kurt Angle.
The next RAW is set to take place at Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. Other than the Superstar Shake-Up, several surprises could happen on the red brand next week. Vince McMahon's billion dollar company will be aiming to produce another blockbuster episode of the flagship show.
Here we discuss four shockers that could happen on RAW next week.
#4 Samoa Joe could be traded to RAW to face Braun Strowman
Samoa Joe dominated the US Championship match at the Showcase of Immortals as he squashed the former WWE Champion Rey Mysterio. Joe certainly made a big statement in New Jersey, and he bragged about his victory on SmackDown Live this week. Braun Strowman shockingly interrupted the US Champion, and they had a brawl before Joe managed to escape a Powerslam from Strowman.
Without a shadow of a doubt, Joe's current momentum is impressive, and he is slowly building himself as a Destroyer. Considering Strowman showed up on SmackDown Live this week and attacked Joe, the latter certainly got a new challenger for the Championship.
The fans could get heavily invested in this feud as it is a fresh rivalry between the two superstars. Since Strowman did not have any singles match at WrestleMania 35, he could be back on right track with a US Championship match. Despite being a top guy of Vince McMahon's billion dollar company, Strowman never grabbed a singles title. Therefore, the Monster among Men will be aiming for his first singles title if Joe gets traded to RAW.