Welcome to this week’s edition of WWE Briefing Us on Raw! It was a good episode this week with a good start and a better ending.
We’re less than two weeks away from Survivor Series 2022, so it should come as no surprise that most of the episode was devoted to the making of the show.
Two new additions were made to the Women’s WarGames match, and a major character change that was arguably the best part of this week’s Raw.
So what did WWE hint about the Red brand this week? Keep reading to find out!
#5. Austin Theory’s push finally begins
Austin was the MVP of Theory Raw. From the example he was given this week, it was clear that Triple H finally decided to start pushing the top heel. Austin Theory announced the Money in the Bank briefcase as an anchor for his success, and in a way he was right.
Roman Reigns was never in a position to be redeemed, and the loss of MITB would result in a significant character change in Austin Theory. He confronted and beat Dolph Ziggler, but he would attack her mercilessly in the process. He had neither a phone nor a selfie. This in itself was a sign of his change of character.
Later in the show, Theory finally stands to clarify their US Title intentions by attacking Seth Rollins.
#4. Mustafa Ali was kicked out of the USA title picture on Raw?
However, it could be argued that although it is only a matter of time, nothing is working for Mustafa Ali to move on to Raw. They are not getting the desired response from the crowd like last night where they were loud and vocal for the most part.
That is why when Bobby Lashley defeated Mustafa Ali, essentially ousting him from the United States title picture, despite not getting the title match. The Triple Threat match between Seth Rollins, Lashley and Theory seems to be setting the course for Survivor Series 2022.
#3. No plans for Matt Riddle yet?
Matt Riddle has suffered a major fall since his victory over Seth Rollins in the main event of Extreme Rules 2022. Initially, it was an alliance with Elias, while Rollins would win the United States Title.
They’ve taken two different directions, and Riddle’s loss to Chad Gable on Raw this week was a big sign that WWE doesn’t have any big plans for the near future.
#2. The last member of Team Bianca may have already been revealed
Mia Yim announced herself as the fourth member of Team Bianca Belair on Raw after contacting Damage CTRL. This proved to be a boon to Bailey’s faction as Rhea Ripley approached her to complete a five-woman team.
This still leaves a spot for Belair’s team. Becky Lynch and Candice LeRae seem like they are the only two options. Judging by reports that Lynch will be sitting out the rest of the year with an injury, he is unlikely to be. LeRae’s past appearance and tie-up with Belair were an indicator that he would be a team to accomplish.
#1. what oc. Why Judgment Day? Had a fight with Lasting longer than expected?
Judgment Day Vs. O.C. Survivor Series: WarGames will reach its peak when fans will witness a dream rematch between AJ Styles and Finn Balor. As fans will remember, the two men faced off for the first time in an instant classic at TLC 2017.
Five years later, this singles match ended in The O.C. Judgment Day will be one of the deciding factors in the feud between and. From the point of view of things, this enmity can continue throughout the year.