Follow along with our live review of the Halloween edition of WWE Raw.
Happy Halloween! One day after the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, the Raw Superstars will head back to the ring for a night of “spooky” and “scary” things. Well, it will be WWE’s version of what they think that means. This could either be a good thing or one of the silliest shows of the year.
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As for fallout from Hell in a Cell, there should be plenty of it. Three cell matches took place at the PPV, which all had intriguing results.
The main event of Hell in a Cell would see Sasha Banks defend the Raw Women’s Championship against Charlotte. They made history by being the first women to close a WWE PPV and have a match inside the cell. Their performance wouldn’t disappoint to close the show and advance not only the title picture, but the WWE women’s division.
Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins also stepped into the cell on Sunday night. This would see KO retain his Universal Championship, but with some extra drama. This could play into Raw and potentially set up his next opponent for the title. Might that be The Architect again? How about Chris Jericho eventually emerging?
Roman Reigns won a Hell in a Cell match for a second consecutive year by beating Rusev to retain the United States Championship. So, their program likely saw its final chapter. That will mean someone goes for The Big Dog’s title, but who could that be?
Aside from Hell in a Cell fallout, Goldberg will be appearing on Raw. He will be there to address his confirmed Survivor Series match with Brock Lesnar and make another comment or two. After the frustrating segment WWE had for Lesnar and Paul Heyman, last Monday, momentum is needed.