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5 Reasons why WWE debuted new NXT Superstars on Monday Night Raw

Rimika Saini
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This could be something special
This could be something special

I've never been so enthralled after seeing a Monday Night Raw episode in a very very long time. There's no denying that despite failing to create interesting storylines, WWE have seriously attempted to bring an alteration to their product.

WWE's flagship show saw four of the most versatile competitors on the planet make their impressive debut tonight, and legions of fans have been astonished by the way Vince McMahon has changed the entire complexion of the red brand.

While we saw Ricochet join hands with Finn Balor in a solid tag-team bout with Lio Rush and Bobby Lashley, Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa brought their prowess on full display as they took the Raw Tag Team Champions to the absolute limit.

Moreover, Aleister Black locked horns with Elias and took absolutely no time in fading him to black. An alteration of this magnitude on Monday Night Raw genuinely feels promising and could lead to bigger things in the future.

Considering that WrestleMania 35 is just around the corner, will we see Vince McMahon push these NXT call-ups and ascend them to the top at the Grandest Stage of Them All?

Here are the 5 reasons why WWE debuted new NXT Superstars on Monday Night Raw.

#1 Bringing an element of rejuvenation back on Monday Night Raw

Has this worked?
Has this worked?

Judging by how WWE have presented their product in the past few years, seeing so many talented competitors pushing each other's buttons to get to the top is fresh and enticing.

Superstars like Ricochet, Tommaso Ciampa, Johnny Gargano, and Aleister Black can legitimately give a show like Monday Night Raw the element of rejuvenation that it desperately needs.


At a time when legions of fans have been demanding to see a show with a fine blend of wrestling and entertainment, propelling these superstars to the main roster could prove to be an icing on the cake for Vince McMahon's billion dollar company.

This certainly keeps WWE in pole position with new faces paving way for new storylines and new rivalries on the main roster.

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