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5 bizarre booking decisions WWE made this week

John Duffy
ANALYST
Modified 19 Dec 2020
Top 5 / Top 10
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#4 The Miz and Morrison defeat Keith Lee in a 2-on-1 handicap on WWE RAW

Keith Lee has been the victim of some bizarre booking since his main roster debut
Keith Lee has been the victim of some bizarre booking since his main roster debut

WWE's booking of Keith Lee since his debut has been bizarre to say the least. Shortly after his WWE RAW debut, when he was wedged in between Randy Orton and Drew McIntyre, many of his matches ended with screwy finishes. This stop-start booking is one of the reasons why "The Limitless One" hasn't flourished on the main roster.

There have been some highlights, though. Lee defeated Orton at WWE Payback, and he was on the winning team at WWE Survivor Series. Still, Lee has been mishandled throughout his time on WWE RAW.

Plus, last week, news broke that Vince McMahon ordered Lee to attend extra training at the Performance Center.

Keith Lee is getting lost in the shuffle on WWE RAW

Lee's situation went from bad to worse this week on WWE RAW. He was pinned by The Miz and John Morrison in a 2-on-1 handicap match.

The loss is a tough one to take, and it's a confusing decision to say the least. Yes, The Miz is a highly decorated member of the WWE roster. Likewise, Morrison is supremely talented. But the two of them been portrayed as nothing more than immature fools since they reunited. Despite their impressive accolades in WWE, they have practically no credibility.

The only saving grace in regard to Lee's defeat is that it could give him a new edge. This week, Lee needs to destroy The Miz and Morrison in emphatic fashion. But given his inconsistent booking, Lee might not get this redemption. Hopefully, he'll find his stride on WWE RAW sooner rather than later.

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Published 19 Dec 2020, 21:23 IST
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