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5 Biggest Things WWE Secretly Told Us On Monday Night Raw (12th November, 2018)

Rimika Saini
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Modified 20 Dec 2019, 19:47 IST

Is Dean Ambrose becoming what he was destined to?
Is Dean Ambrose becoming what he was destined to?

In what was a pretty average episode of Monday Night Raw, WWE advanced the narrative from last week's disappointing episode and laid little emphasis on Survivor Series.

With Finn Balor and Bobby Lashley sealing the final spots in the Men's Survivor Series team, one wonders what will transpire when these five superstars will take the fight to the blue brand.

Braun Strowman's loyalty will come into full question this Sunday, with Stephanie McMahon promising her a title shot if he cooperates and demolishes her brother's side this Sunday.

The show followed Dean Ambrose's constant attacks on the Architect by delivering an engaging promo that could factor into Rollins' bout with Shinsuke Nakamura.

While Brock Lesnar's and Ronda Rousey's presence could have been incredible, the show definitely lacked unpredictability and did very little to maximize the crowd's investment for Survivor Series.

Despite the average execution, there are still a lot of things that the company tried to tell us vicariously through some of the segments and matches that transpired tonight. What were they? Let's find out.

#1 Stephanie McMahon won't live up to her promise to Braun Strowman

Can the Boss be trusted?
Can the Boss be trusted?

A significant reason why Braun Strowman has been so popular on Monday Night Raw is because of his continuous violation of the system that surrounds the company.

The Monster Among Men has not backed down from letting his anger out on the management, and his current animosity with the Authority could probably be a more lengthy one than expected.


Considering that Stephanie McMahon has promised Strowman a shot at the Universal Championship only when he decides to cooperate with his team members and remains loyal to Monday Night Raw.

However, Stephanie's role of a heel commissioner could very well be on full display in this feud because there are significant chances that she won't live up to her promise to the Monster.

Judging by the company has booked Strowman throughout his tenure, it definitely seems that they will stick to their plan of the Monster Among Men coming after the Authority once he's done costing the red brand at Survivor Series.

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Published 13 Nov 2018, 11:30 IST
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