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Monday, 15 April 2019

WWE Raw review, April 15, 2019: Two-night Superstar Shake-up starts

Live on Raw, the two-night WWE Superstar Shake-up commences, and the whole scene of WWE starts to change. Where will your most loved Superstars land?

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  • WWE gets shaken up 

The principal ever global WWE Superstar Shake-up starts Monday night as Raw radiates from Montreal, Canada. With new bosses delegated at WrestleMania thus numerous best in class Superstars – including the strong Lacey Evans and the huge Lars Sullivan – hoping to catch everyone's eye, pretty much anything can happen this week on Raw and SmackDown LIVE. 

Will Raw's victors convey their titles to Team Blue? What contentions will start as Superstars collide with new enemies? Whatever occurs amid this epic two-night occasion, you won't have any desire to miss it. 

  • Lacey Evans ventures to "Becky Two Belts" 

New Raw and SmackDown Women's Champion Becky Lynch repulsed an assault from Lacey Evans on the Raw after WrestleMania, however The Sassy Southern Belle's ambush had a more noteworthy effect on SmackDown LIVE, where a Woman's Right appeared to remove the battle from The Man … if just for a minute. In what capacity will Lynch react to this new risk? 

  • The Universal Freakin' Champion anticipates his next test 

The Bar ruined the Winner Take All Match setting new Universal Champion Seth Rollins against new WWE Champion Kofi Kingston – yet The Beastslayer's ability to put his title on hold one night subsequent to vanquishing Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania all things considered demonstrated that he's the sort of victor he's dependably said he would be … and everything The Beast Incarnate was most certainly not. 

Rollins will convey the Universal Title to Raw for the Superstar Shake-up, and with contenders moving brands more than two evenings, the rundown of potential adversaries for The Architect changes too. 

  • Bobby Lashley strikes back 

Bobby Lashley's Intercontinental Championship misfortune to Finn Bálor at WrestleMania has made the officially forceful All Mighty significantly progressively risky, as seen by his express battering of Dean Ambrose amid The Lunatic Fringe's last night in WWE. 

Will's identity Lashley's next target? 

  • The Big Dog secures his yard 

Guarding both Monday Night Raw and the respect of his family, Roman Reigns vanquished Drew McIntyre in a merciless match at WrestleMania. After Reigns prevailing against The Scottish Psychopath in his first singles coordinate since his fight with leukemia, the WWE Universe restlessly anticipates his best course of action.

Will Reigns hope to challenge his Shield sibling Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship — the very title he was compelled to surrender in October — or does he have another victory as a top priority?

Try not to miss any of the activity on the main night of the Superstar Shake-up, live at 8/7 C on USA Network.

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