5 biggest things WWE secretly told us on RAW (13 May 2019)

  • A list of things WWE secretly told us on this week's episode of Monday Night RAW!
Vatsal Rathod
Top 5 / Top 10
Modified 14 May 2019, 17:40 IST

This was quite an eventful episode of Monday Night RAW!
This was quite an eventful episode of Monday Night RAW!

With just one week away from this year's Money in the Bank PPV, WWE gave us the go-home RAW show for the PPV from London, England. After facing a lot of criticism for poor bookings and the non-stop low ratings, WWE delivered a pretty solid episode of Monday Night RAW from the United Kingdom.

The show was taped a few hours before airing on TV due to it being in the UK. A lot of major segments took place, and it did feel like WWE tried a lot to make it an impactful episode of RAW. Throughout the show, WWE told us a lot of secrets which I'll try to cover in this article.

So without further ado, let's take a look at the 5 biggest things WWE secretly told us on RAW this week. Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions about last night's RAW in the comments section below.

#5 There is something very huge planned for Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt has constantly been the best part of the show ever since he debuted his new "Firefly Funhouse" gimmick a few weeks ago. Week after week, he has been delivering strong deep messages to the WWE Universe in a seemingly friendly manner.

The whole kid-friendly yet disturbing gimmick has been amazing so far. We also got introduced to some new characters as part of Bray's Funhouse like Mercy the Buzzard, Abby the Witch, and poor Ramblin' Rabbit who got murdered by Mercy last week on RAW.

After creating a lot of hype about this week's episode of Firefly Funhouse, we finally got to see what Bray wanted to show us. This week's segment of Firefly Funhouse was easily the scariest and most disturbing one as Bray revealed what seems to be his new in-ring character, a demonic entity, which he proclaims to have control over.

Whether or not he does have control over this new demon of his, this whole booking sure feels like WWE has some huge plans for this new gimmick of Wyatt, and maybe finally he'll be used to his full potential.

I'm very excited to see where this is all going, and how WWE plans to have Bray's in-ring debut with this new psychic character. Who do you think could be his first opponent on the main roster?

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Published 14 May 2019, 17:40 IST
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