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WWE Spoilers: Title change in RAW main event

Daniel Wood
7.76K   //    07 Nov 2017, 04:58 IST

The main event of Monday Night Raw was full of surprises
The main event of Monday Night Raw was full of surprises

What's the story?

Monday Night Raw invaded the UK for one night as the latest taping took place in Manchester, England. However, The UK wasn't the only thing being invaded as SmackDown LIVE managed to make its presence felt in the main event, costing popular tag-team Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose their Tag-Team Titles.

In case you didn't know...

Earlier in the evening Sheamus and Cesaro collared Kurt Angle backstage and demanded a Tag-Team Title match against Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.

The match was then confirmed for later on in the night and eventually revealed to be the main event to close the show.

The heart of the matter

There won't be many main events on Monday Night RAW that are madder than this. Short of Cesaro and Sheamus entering the ring in Liverpool shirts, it looked like a standard tag-team match.

That was until The Shield looked like they had things in the bag with a Dirty Deeds and a Frog Splash combo. That was until The New Day presented a distraction, teasing another SmackDown LIVE invasion of Monday Night Raw.

Even though the RAW locker room emptied to meet the threat of an invasion, the distraction was all that Sheamus and Cesaro needed to capitalize and take the win, becoming the new WWE RAW Tag-Team Champions.

What's next?

This now means that The Usos will be facing Sheamus and Cesaro at Survivor Series and currently Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins are off the card. Which is insane in itself.

There are some options though, with a Roman return, we could get The Shield vs The New Day at Survivor Series, which would be a huge match,

Author's take

What a main event. What a shock title change, what incredible implications for Survivor Series. Basically, what a Monday Night RAW!

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Daniel Wood
Daniel Wood is a Cinema Manager, comic enthusiast and wrestling fan who has been writing all of his life. He promises never to use the term 'breaks the internet' unless something has literally broken the internet
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