5 Biggest things WWE secretly told us on Monday Night Raw
The creative team were pretty predictable in their booking, and while the show felt flat on most occasions, Becky Lynch's solid presence saved WWE's flagship show.
Finn Balor locked horns with Lio Rush and could have a solid opportunity to fight for the Intercontinental Championship against Bobby Lashley at the Elimination Chamber.
Sasha Banks and Bayley were successful in moving one step closer to the historical Women's Tag-Team Championships which would see six top female teams from both brands tear each other apart inside the barbaric cage.
While many fans questioned Dean Ambrose's role on Monday Night Raw tonight, there's no denying now that the Lunatic Fringe is legitimately on his way out of Vince McMahon's billion dollar company.
Regardless of what transpired, there are still a lot of things that the company tried to tell us vicariously through some of their segments and matches tonight. What were they? Let's find out.
Here are the 5 biggest things WWE secretly told us on Monday Night Raw.
#1 Elias should have never been a babyface
Despite being one of the most talented and unique superstars on the main roster, Elias has failed to bring any rejuvenation in his character ever since he turned face.
The Living Truth isn't as compelling as he was back in the day when he gravitated nuclear heat for trolling the WWE Universe every single week.
Considering that he has turned heel again, it all seems to be a gigantic mistake made by the management of turning Elias into a babyface in the first place.
Since he's currently locked in a feud with Jeff Jarrett and Road Dogg, this could be an ideal opportunity for the creative team to bring more intrigue to his character.