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*OFFICIAL* Raw Discussion Thread: 20th November 2017
« on: 20 November 2017, 07:32:54 PM »
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He was the last Superstar to join Team Raw, but it was Triple H who secured the deciding pinfall in last night’s Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match main event. The victory pushed the red brand over the top, bringing Raw to a 4-3 final victory over SmackDown LIVE.

As is typically the case with The King of Kings, however, the win wasn’t without controversy. Not only did Triple H orchestrate the elimination of Raw General Manager Kurt Angle, his own team captain, but he provoked Raw juggernaut Braun Strowman by positioning himself as the savior of the red brand when he hit an unsuspecting Shane McMahon — SmackDown Commissioner and the blue brand’s team captain — with a Pedigree out of nowhere to attain the winning pinfall.

Following Triple H’s bizarre machinations and his triumphant grandstanding, the frustrated Monster Among Men lashed out at The Cerebral Assassin, backing him into a corner and warning him to never cross him again. Of course, Triple H did, resulting in two retaliatory Running Powerslams to the WWE COO.

What will be the fallout from the chaotic final moments of Survivor Series?

In last night’s intensely physical opening match, The Shield scored a decisive victory for Raw by defeating the vocal New Day by way of an unforeseen and innovative Super Triple Powerbomb.

Reunited, The Hounds of Justice are seemingly unstoppable, and now that they’ve helped Team Red conquer SmackDown LIVE, where will their path lead them next? We’ll find out tonight.

In the first of last night’s two 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Matches, Asuka was the last woman standing against Tamina and Natalya, making both SmackDown LIVE Superstars submit and scoring the victory for Raw as the red brand’s sole survivor.

As much as The Empress of Tomorrow’s conquest was a win for Raw, it was a reminder that Asuka is one of the most dominant women in WWE today. Who will dare stand across from her tonight?

In a match previously thought to be an impossibility, Raw’s Universal Champion Brock Lesnar defeated SmackDown LIVE’s WWE Champion AJ Styles in a brutal Champion vs. Champion collision that tested the mettle of both titleholders.

Now that Team Red’s Universal Title is all the more prestigious in light of The Beast Incarnate’s conquest, who will prove themselves to be Lesnar’s next challenger?

Despite Raw’s impressive showing last night, four of Team Red’s most boastful Superstars — Intercontinental Champion The Miz, Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss and Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus — were momentarily silenced by U.S. Champion Baron Corbin, SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, respectively.

Although Team Red ultimately won the night, those losses had to sting. How will The A-Lister, Little Miss Bliss and “The Bar” respond to these disappointing defeats?

Don’t miss Raw tonight!
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