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5 things WWE subtly told us on RAW: Huge return next week, multi-man title match set for TLC? (December 2nd, 2019)

Rohit Nath
FEATURED WRITER
Top 5 / Top 10
03 Dec 2019, 11:33 IST

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Welcome to this week's edition of things WWE subtly told us on RAW! This was, believe it or not, the penultimate show to TLC and it feels weird because it has hardly felt like a build. Perhaps that's what happens when you have merely 3 episodes to build to a PPV, but this isn't the first time that WWE has been in such a situation.

Either way, the direction isn't bad but this episode wasn't the best, certainly when compared to last week, where the show was stacked from start to finish. Either way, the direction of some interesting storylines continued while some took new twists and turns.

It's quite surprising that there haven't been any TLC announcements as yet but we expect that next week, it'll be full of them. Next week is the go-home show to the final PPV of the year and we hope you start gearing up. Until then, here's what WWE subtly told us on the latest episode of RAW.

Also read: 5 reasons why the Rusev-Bobby Lashley-Lana feud is the hottest in wrestling right now


#5 A possibly major stipulation for the Rusev-Bobby Lashley feud

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That was fun

We know this isn't exactly your favorite part of the show so let's get this one out of the way first. We mentioned last night on the RAW Preview that there would be arrests of a different kind and it wasn't against the man with the restraining order against him.

Instead, it was Bobby Lashley and then Lana who were both arrested, giving Rusev some comeuppance for the second time in this rivalry.

It's only been the last two weeks where Rusev has gotten favorable momentum on his side and this only means one thing - their TLC clash is going to have some major stipulation. While it obviously won't be a TLC match, it could be a chairs match or something extreme.

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