WWE Raw Preview: Interesting things that can happen on 15 April 2019
After an exciting Wrestle mania Week, an exciting week can be expected for the WWE Universe as it approaches the annual superstar to shake up on April 15 and April 16. The Wrestlemania week saw one of the best Mania in recent memory. It was followed by a couple of decent Raw and Smackdown live shows. According to reports, many NXT call-ups and some huge brand switches are expected on Monday and Tuesday night.
WWE Raw which is going to happen on April 15 will come alive to us from the Bell Centre in Montreal. Well, whatever may happen in the Superstar Shake up but the fans can expect some brilliant entertainment this week.
Here is what all interesting things can happen this week:
Samoa Joe moves to Raw and Finn Balor moves to Smackdown:
Many WWE fans are expecting to happen on Monday night. The move has been talked about by many. Notably, last week on Smackdown Live, we saw Samoa Joe squaring off with Barun Strowman and that might just be a teaser from Vince for what could happen on Monday Night. Interestingly, this move would see Finn Balor take the Intercontinental Championship to Smackdown Live that opens the possibility of a feud between AJ Styles and Balor himself.
Asuka moves to Raw and challenges Becky Lynch for the Women’s Championship
There are speculations that Asuka can challenge Becky Lynch and if this happens fans will go crazy. As per reports, Asuka could move to the red brand and with Ronda Rousey injured, she could very well challenge The Man for the Raw Women’s Championship.
Roman Reigns VS Drew Mclntyre
Notably, there have been a lot of speculations about who should be the Seth Rollins next challenger. Roman Reigns and Drew Mclyntre seem to be the favorites for being the next challengers. Monday night, both Reigns and McIntyre might challenge Seth for Universal Championship and they might lock horns for deciding who will challenge Seth Rollins.
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