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5 Booking Decisions WWE must avoid on Monday Night RAW (19th August 2019)

Abid Khan
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The Fiend shouldn't be thrust into the main event scene
The Fiend shouldn't be thrust into the main event scene

With last week's Monday Night RAW receiving some tremendous praise from the WWE Universe, the creative team will be ready to advance the narrative for the company's next big PPV - Clash of Champions.

Be it Sasha Banks' blockbuster heel turn or the King of the Ring tournament returning, there's some business to be settled on this week's edition of the flagship show.

Moreover, AJ Styles, the United States Champion, will be seen locking horns with Seth Rollins' rumored opponent for Clash of Champions, Braun Strowman.

Considering that The Phenomenal One is willing to put his title on the line, this match will certainly have the audiences enticed heading into the show.

Simultaneously, the prestigious King of the Ring tournament is back, with sixteen credible superstars from both RAW and SmackDown tussling it out to cement their position in WWE's evergreen history.

With RAW showing such promise last week, these are the 5 decisions WWE must avoid on the Red Brand.

#1 Cedric Alexander losing to Sami Zayn in the King of the Ring tournament

He has the momentum on his side
He has the momentum on his side

On the mic, Sami Zayn may very well be one of the most talented heels on Monday Night RAW, if not the most talented.

However, his character work hasn't assisted him in outshining his opponents within the squared circle, with the former NXT Champion yet to win a singles match ever since his return to the flagship show.


Considering that he will be slugging it out with Cedric Alexander tonight, legions in the WWE Universe have already predicted the outcome of the bout, with many expecting the former Cruiserweight Champion to come out on top.

This is certainly down to the way Zayn has been presented on television. Therefore, if WWE books the two to tussle it out and let them showcase their undeniable athleticism, the two could literally gravitate the right amount of attention.

Both the performers would be willing to put their best foot forward tonight, but it's Cedric Alexander that deserves to walk out of Monday Night RAW as the victor.

Having delivered some fine bouts with Drew Mcintyre, this could be the right way to keep the audiences invested in Alexander moving forward.

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