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WWE Raw: 4 huge mistakes WWE made on this week’s episode (May 20, 2019)

Ali Akber
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Money in the Bank was a solid pay-per-view which had its fair share of surprises, high spots, memorable moments, and mistakes.

All these factors made it possibly the best event of the year yet and gave fans a mixture of what to expect from the company going forward. It was nice to watch the creatives experiment with the superstars for once, and they would surely be glad about the response they got.

Most of the superstars involved in matches on Sunday got no rest, as they were back to competing on Monday Night Raw.

Even though the episode tried to deliver a solid punch while quickly switching focus and building on the Super Show-Down event, it fell apart in many segments.

In this article, we will look at the 4 biggest mistakes WWE made on this week’s episode of the flagship show.

#4 Lars’ rivals

With the existence of some of the most talented but underused superstars in the roster, WWE has conveniently turned their heads towards The Lucha House Party to act as Lars’ rivals.

We’re all aware that Vince loves to build monsters by showcasing them as unstoppable forces against multiple superstars, but this is getting out of hand now.

Lars could have been so much better had he been faced off against a mid-card superstar such as EC3, Apollo Crews, or Chad Gable. Instead, WWE believes that making the mammoth superstar face three cruiserweights will make him stand out more and ring with the WWE Universe.

Even if that is the case, WWE has surely taken a step back on the superstar who was supposed to get a grand push right off the bat and become an indestructible force similar to how they built Braun Strowman at the start of his single’s run.

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