The Post-Pay Per View RAW never disappoints

…And tonight was no exception. As he promised after the Royal Rumble, Bubba Ray Dudley returned on tonight’s RAW only this time he brought his brother D-Von with him. WWE’s most decorated Tag Team Champions are back and they wasted no time destroying the Tag Team Champions The New Day. They wasted no time making their intentions known to The Prime Time Players clear: They’ve returned to show the current Tag Team division how it’s done.

In other News:

  • Braun Strowman made his WWE debut as a member of the Wyatt Family. He’s slightly smaller than the Big Show. Oh and of course he’s a monster heel, completely destroying Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins. Obviously they’re gonna need to get someone who can match Strowman. There’s only two guys who come to mind who might be willing to step in: Mark Henry is the obvious choice and he likes Reigns. The other guy–and this is all based on good booking–would be Kane. Assuming of course Kane comes back as a Face.
  • John Cena got even with Jon Stewart, delivering an emphatic Attitude Adjustment to the former Daily Show host. The work was clearly rehearsed, as Stewart left the ring with a little assistance from WWE Security. Oh and this probably won’t be the last time we see Stewart in a WWE ring XD
  • The first two matches for Night of Champions seem to be set: Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker: Act III and Sting vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Championship. It is not yet known if Rollins will also have the U.S. Championship goint into Night of Champions but he won’t drop the WWE Championship til then at least.

Whew…I thought I posted this last week >.>;

Well, it’s a good thing I got it up before the next edition of RAW, which is tonight.

One thing worth noting is Hulk Hogan has been on his hands a knees on social media apologizing for racially inflammatory remarks he said that were made public last month. His contract with WWE was terminated within hours of the comments being made public. Comments that were said years ago from what I’ve researched. Ah, well. Like I said on Facebook, Hulk Hogan is obviously trying to get WWE to rehire him. I’m pretty sure they will after a bit more time passes.


The Post-Pay Per View RAW never disappoints

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