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WWE News: Paul Heyman brings huge changes to WWE Raw programming

WWE RAW 1 July 2019 Paul Heyman

With WWE Raw now being led by Paul Heyman, fans of the show were expecting huge changes to the way the show looks and feels like! And we got that right from the opening of the show! All through the episode of Monday Night Raw, it felt that there were fresh energy and a major change in the programming. Let us take a closer look at all that went down:

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BOBBY LASHLEY VS BRAUN STROWMAN: COMPLETE CHAOS!

WWE Raw began with Bobby Lashley and Braun Strowman colliding against each other, ending in electric boards around the entrance area absolutely collapsing and explosions in the background. In fact, the power went out and the arena went dark while things exploded backstage. It added to the excitement of the show!

Undertaker’s theatrics return

The deadman is known for his theatrics, be it fireballs or lightning strikes, we’ve seen it all over the years. After a long time, the Undertaker made use of his phenomenal powers on WWE Raw to bring down lighting to strike the ring while Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre were there.

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The Club is back again!

After a match with Richochet, AJ Styles gave him his hand to shake but ended up attacking Ricochet along with Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, thereby turning heel and reforming ‘The Club’.

SETH ROLLINS AND BECKY LYNCH REIGN SUPREME
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Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch are all set to become a power couple, as established at the main event of Stomping Grounds. The two had a match against Maria and Mike Kanellis which they easily won on WWE Raw.

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