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With half a month left before December’s TLC pay-per-see occasion, WWE presented a scene of Raw on Monday that felt to a great extent insignificant and to some degree capricious. Drew McIntyre’s difficulties proceeded as he was gotten by a unintentional kick by companion and partner Sheamus as the team lost a debilitation match to AJ Styles, The Miz and John Morrison, yet McIntyre and Sheamus let bygones be bygones before the finish of the show after an inviting fight.

In the night’s other primary story, Randy Orton got his desire, going head to head with Bray Wyatt in singles rivalry in front of his TLC coordinate with Wyatt’s change sense of self of The Fiend. Obviously, nothing with Wyatt is basic Orton still needed to encounter The Fiend before the night was finished.

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AJ Styles gets a success over Drew McIntyre

Styles was a visitor on Miz TV. He was gotten some information about his match with McIntyre at TLC, saying he has never confronted McIntyre, yet his approach was essentially to wrap a steel seat around the WWE champion and put him through each table he can. Miz and Morrison started doing impressions of McIntyre and Sheamus before Sheamus interfered. Sheamus said that he was tired of individuals saying he would double-cross McIntyre. The WWE champion was out straightaway, backing up his companion before the pair entered the ring. McIntyre said folks in the storage space have been stating Miz has no balls. Sheamus and McIntyre finished the portion by taking off Miz and Morrison while Styles and Omos were outwardly looking on.

AJ Styles, The MIz and John Morrison def. Sheamus and Drew McIntyre by means of pinfall when Styles hit Sheamus with a Phenomenal Forearm. McIntyre and Sheamus got off to a hot beginning, overwhelming the early activity before nearly slamming into one another outwardly. All things being equal, they held back, discovered Morrison plunging over the top rope and tossed him over the report table and into a seat. The stalwart couple proceeded with their predominance for most of the match until some naughty strategies and unlawful twofold groups permitted the heels to gather a little speed. Sheamus made a hot tag to McIntyre and the hero cleaned house until an unfair attack from Styles. Sheamus labeled himself in and cleaned house before coincidentally hitting McIntyre with a Brogue Kick when Morrison dodged the way, permitting Styles to fall off the top rope for the completion. Sheamus and McIntyre met behind the stage after the match, at last fighting until Pat Buck attempted to isolate them. Sheamus and McIntyre hammered Buck through a table and afterward left together to go get a lager.

The Sheamus and McIntyre friendship has been a boost for McIntyre who really needed something to add a new wrinkle to his character. The two seem destined to eventually face off for McIntyre’s title, but it’s possible to get there without having a complete turn or split. They’re two big brawlers who love a fight, and McIntyre should be more than willing to give his friend a shot. Miz feels like less and less of a threat to actually cash in the Money in the Bank contract, but he’s still hanging around and looking for the right opportunity. Nothing here was great or a huge advancement toward TLC, but nothing was bad either. Grade: B

Randy Orton asks for Bray Wyatt, gets The Fiend
Orton cut a show-opening promo in the ring, claiming that unlike ordinary men, he is not afraid to face The Fiend. After the brief promo, Orton said he was going to show up at the Firefly FunHouse, knock on the door and wait for someone to let him in. Before he could leave the ring, the Firefly Fun House theme hit and Wyatt appeared, saying Alexa Bliss wasn’t with him because Orton had been so “naughty” last week. Wyatt then introduced a game called “Let’s Get Randy,” asking the members of the Fun House how Orton should be punished at TLC. After being dissatisfied with the answers from the puppets, Wyatt said not to worry and that “He” always has the right answer. Orton then challenged Wyatt to face him in a match later in the night, as himself, not The Fiend.

Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton ended in a no contest. The match immediately spilled outside where Wyatt slammed Orton on the announce table before taking a headset and announcing that the show was going to commercial. After the break, Orton had the upper hand and was handing a beating to Wyatt as Wyatt responded with laughter. The action continued to go back and forth, with Orton growing frustrated that his standard arsenal — and a host of shortcuts — were not getting the job done. Orton used a thumb to the eye after a Sister Abigail attempt and was setting up to hit the RKO when the lights began to go out. He still hit the move, but the lights were all the way out before the referee could count. When the lights returned, The Fiend was under Orton and The Fiend quickly locked in the mandible claw as the show went off the air.

It’s hard to get excited about the revival of a feud that was very bad in 2017 and nothing happening is really anything to get excited about. Orton is evil. The Fiend is evil. Who will be more evil? All that said, the Wyatt/Fiend swap at the end of the show was a really good moment that gave a bit of extra steam to everything that happened between the two through the night. Grade: C

What else occurred on WWE Raw?

Asuka def. Shayna Baszler by means of pinfall with a student pin. Nia Jax assaulted Lana outwardly of the ring over and over before Lana had the option to reverse the situation. This diverted Baszler enough to permit Asuka to score the pin. Later at night, Asuka conveyed a motivational speech to Lana in front of a singles coordinate against Jax one week from now.

Dana Brooke and Ricochet def. Slapjack and Retribution by means of pinfall after Brooke hit Retribution with an adjusted Michinoku Driver. Requital was attempting to seek retribution after misfortunes a week ago, yet couldn’t do as such in an exceptionally short match, setting off Mustafa Ali in a fury following the annihilation.

Kofi Kingston def. Shelton Benjamin by means of pinfall after Trouble in Paradise. Benjamin worked the lower leg of Kingston early, putting Kingston on edge. Benjamin tossed Kingston from the ring, however outwardly, Kingston evaded Benjamin, sending him into the blockade. As Benjamin slid once again into the ring, he was hit with Trouble in Paradise for the completion.

Cedric Alexander def. Kofi Kingston through pinfall after a Lumbar Check. Alexander requested Kingston face him promptly following the match with Benjamin. With Kingston actually harming, Alexander quickly went to take a shot at Kingston’s now harmed leg. After Kingston missed falling off the top, again harming his leg, Alexander had the option to hit his completion for the success.

Bobby Lashley def. Matt Hardy through accommodation with the Hurt Lock. Tough was at that point making a valiant effort when Riddle advanced toward ringside to take out MVP and ensure Hardy wasn’t engaging against uncalled for chances. Conundrum gave Hardy guidance on the most proficient method to battle out of entries and gived a shout out to him. Strong seemed, by all accounts, to be nearly triumph after a Twist of Fate, however Lashley hit a lance and secured in the Hurt Lock for the success. After Lashley wouldn’t deliver the hold, Riddle made the spare.


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