With Kevin Owens re-signing with the WWE and the recent NIL strategy the industry continues to change. As the world remembers The Exalted One, Brodie Lee, on his birthday, let’s look at the rumors that made rounds this week. Without further ado, let’s get down to it:
WWE changed plans for Monday Night Raw
Vince McMahon has changed plans at the spur of the moment, and this week’s Raw was no different. According to Sean Ross Sapp, WWE had planned an Owens vs Big E match for this week’s Raw main event. The plans changed to Becky Lynch vs Liv Morgan, but it changed to Bobby Lashley vs Big E in the end.
The match was delivered on all parameters and is one exceptional main event in recent memory. It goes to show that the company can perform to perfection. Constructive criticism and competition are phenomenal as it helps the fans get something substantial on television. Can the WWE top this up? Your guess is as good as mine.
Who will be Vince McMahon’s replacement?
Vince McMahon may never step down. It looks true as he is still the Chairman of the Board, and he never plans to step away from his role and responsibility as the boss.
In case he has to leave it due to a catastrophe or passes away, Nick Khan would be the one who would take his place, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Is this a fact or speculation? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Will we see a new Raw Women’s Champion?
According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, we may see a new Raw Women’s Champion sooner than expected. WWE has started a new storyline involving Liv Morgan, and while she suffered an attack and possibly an injury during this week’s Raw, she may still become champion.
Liv Morgan is a superstar who has risen from a mid-card performer to a main-event wrestler. As a sports entertainment expert, Liv may live her dream soon. There’s nothing like defeating The Man at her own game. It would boost her confidence.
Will Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns fight in a series of matches?
The Tribal Chief and The Beast Incarnate meet on Day 1 for the Universal Championship. According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE plans to put Reigns vs Lesnar in a multi-match series.
It would be exceptional as the two can put on a clinic between the ropes. The fans would love to see two of WWE’s favorite superstars fight it out and give the fans a moment to rejoice. The pressure mounts up after the phenomenal match between Adam ‘Hangman’ Page and Bryan Danielson at Winter is Coming. Will WWE deliver?