5 Things That Shouldn't Have Happened On RAW - 30 April, 2018
The show was overall exciting with good wrestling, but some of these things could have been avoided.
This week's episode of WWE RAW came from the Bell Center in Montreal, QC, Canada. After an eventful show in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, this was the last chance for the RAW roster to shape things up for the first co-branded PPV after WrestleMania, Backlash, which happens this Sunday.
The crowd was red hot and made sure its voice was heard throughout the arena. The pops received by Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn were enough evidence to that. While the highlight of the show was most definitely the main event, there were quite a few decisions that shouldn't have been taken or could have been taken in a better manner.
#5 Titus O'Neil as a klutz
While every member of the WWE Universe laughed out loud and re-watched Titus O'Neil's major botch at the Greatest Royal Rumble, the WWE should have left it at that. But creative went on to push this angle forward and made the Titus Worldwide leader purposely botch his entrance.
If that wasn't enough, Titus O'Neil has his very own merchandise available for the WWE Universe to get his hands on. The t-shirt is based on his botch during the 50-man Royal Rumble match in Saudi Arabia.
O'Neil is a talent with which so much more can be done. He is without a doubt a powerhouse wrestler that can be made to look tough and dominate his opponents. But because of an unforeseen trip, not only is he forced into a comic role but also Apollo Crews is made to play along with this gimmick.
The team of Crews and O'Neil could be put to better use as contenders for the Tag Team Titles in a tag team deficit RAW roster.