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5 biggest questions after this weeks edition of Monday Night Raw

ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
03 Dec 2019, 11:20 IST

Is Seth Rollins still turning heel?
Is Seth Rollins still turning heel?

Monday Night RAW emanated from Nashville, Tennessee this week and while there was a lot of great action throughout the night, there were also a lot of unanswered questions for the WWE Universe to decipher. WWE surely wants it that way so fans will tune in next week, so we're left to guess what's going to happen next.

Does WWE go all in on Seth Rollins' heel turn, or is this a red herring for something else? Is Kevin Owens the next challenger for Brock Lesnar's WWE Title or will another Superstar step up? Lastly, what is WWE doing with The Authors of Pain and where do their allegiances align?

With that being said and a lot of unanswered questions coming from this week's edition of RAW, here are the five big ones that fans will surely be asking. As always, let us know your thoughts in the comments below and tell us any big questions you might have about what happens next.


#5 Where was Becky Lynch?

What happened to Becky Lynch and the rest of The Women
What happened to Becky Lynch and the rest of The Women's division?

WWE has a great amount of television time for both of their weekly shows, but especially the former flagship, RAW. To only hold one women's match in the course of three hours is kind of puzzling. It also begs the question of what exactly WWE has planned next for the division and why they weren't more prominently used on RAW.

Now that's not to say that WWE made the wrong decision by choosing to feature the ongoing feud between Asuka, Kari Saine and Charlotte, but to not even have your RAW Women's Champion on television seems like an oversight. It also feels like a huge momentum killer after her contentious battle with NXT Women's Champion Shayna Baszler.

The point is, WWE could have done a lot more with their talented roster of female Superstars and could have easily cut at least one of the other matches in order to do that. Unfortunately for the WWE Universe, they chose not to, and while they must have their reasons for doing so, it came at the expense of a lot of women who are thriving right now but could end up losing the momentum they've been gaining.

Hopefully they have them saved for something even better later on!



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