• This week’s WWE Raw changed this year’s Survivor Series PPV landscape to a more prominent extent. This year it is going to be the 30th anniversary of the show, and hence WWE is leaving no stones unturned to make the show a successful one.

    As part of the setup, the creative team brought back none other than Triple H on TV, earlier than expected.

    The COO of the company declared that he is going to replace Jason Jordan for the final spot on team Raw which came as a shocker. Also, it was a slobber-knocker punch on team Smackdown who brought in John Cena as the fifth member of the blue brand, last week. Shane McMahon is quite aware of the upcoming challenge and reacted to it following WWE Raw.

    The main event of the show witnessed a battle between the two giants in the WWE, Kane and Braun Strowman. We expected to see these two tearing each other apart in an entertaining match. They did end up getting into a brawl, but eventually, the match got disqualified. As we have seen on the show, Kane was driven through the mat while the show got close.

    Following the show, Braun Strowman emerged underneath the collapsed ring. It was an unreal scene for the fans. As released in a video on the WWE Raw fallout show, he was seen celebrating showing his inhuman strength.

    In another video footage, The Shield was captured by Charly Caruso after they won the match against The Miz, Sheamus, and Cesaro. The Hounds of Justice promised to make The New Day a joke that they are. Being the ultimate fighters, they will destroy The Unicorns at Survivor Series.

    Bayley and Sasha Banks were spotted in another WWE Raw Fallout video. The latter one was already inserted into the match, whereas, Bayley earned the spot by winning a match, last night. Hence, Banks was seen congratulating her buddy. Samoa Joe was also seen focused on the last dual brand PPV of the year.

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