5 Biggest Things WWE Secretly Told Us On Monday Night Raw
In what was a more predictable presentation of Monday Night Raw, there's no denying that tonight's episode can be appropriately renamed as Monday Night Becky.
While WWE did try to put their best foot forward and deliver something special, much of the show felt predictable and failed to elevate any element of rejuvenation.
Monday Night Raw saw two of the most highly graded competitors in the world in Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins make their way to the top and while the latter may not have had a large proportion of screen time, the Architect's intensity was on point tonight.
WWE also gave us another preview for the First-Ever Women's Tag-Team Championship match with Nia Jax and Tamina justifying their prowess as the most dominating team heading into the barbaric Elimination Chamber match.
We saw a big title change tonight with the Revival finally capturing the Raw tag-team Championships after being vehemently disorganized for the entirety of 2018.
Considering that Becky Lynch remained an influential part of the show tonight, Vince McMahon's late inclusion into this angle and the eventual suspension of the Man saw Charlotte getting her way into the main event of WrestleMania 35.
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 Roll-ups are the only way to keep this feud going
Despite being two of the most proficient superstars in the entire wrestling industry, Dean Ambrose and EC3 have failed to gravitate any significant attention with their current animosity.
While many perceived the NXT sensation to bring his unending charisma to the main roster, the creative team have not provided any substantial time for EC3 to hijack the spotlight.
The two tussled it out again tonight and while both the superstars do have solid in-ring prowess, the match ended pretty predictably and would only coerce the management to stretch it by the time WrestleMania rolls up.
It's a damn shame that Dean Ambrose has no momentum on the Road to WrestleMania 35 and with a roll-up victory tonight, we can only expect the company to keep this program going until we have a clear winner.