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5 Things We Learned From Raw 2/15/2016

5 Things We Learned From Raw

1.) Dean Ambrose – Intercontinental Championship = Good/Bad

Dean Ambrose isn’t the Intercontinental champion anymore. (Booooo)
Due to the order of Stephanie McMahon he would be have to defend his title in a fatal 5-way match against Tyler Breeze, Stardust, Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens. In a great way to kick off the show, Kevin Owens would Pop Up Powerbomb Tyler Breeze and pick up his second Intercontinental Champion.

2.) Dean Ambrose – Intercontinental Championship= Good/Bad

Dean Ambrose isn’t the Intercontinental Champion anymore. (Yayyyyy)
With Dean without the title it gives the thought of what if he wins at Fastlane. Through out the show Dean seemed more like a leader and a character on his own rather than Roman Reigns there helping him. He would even try to hit the Dirty Deeds on Reigns telling him that at Fastlane it’s every man for himself.

3.) AJ vs. Y2J
After a great date I say phenomenal match on Smackdown these two would heat up their rivalry. After Styles finished The Miz; Styles would cut a promo with Jericho at ringside. He stated him vs. Jericho at Fastlane. Jericho response was that he will answer on Smackdown. Playing obvious mind games with A.J. is Y2J. Plus The Miz vs A.J. was a very good back and forth match.


4.) The Wyatt Giants

Looks like the Wyatt’s are after all the giants in the WWE. In the main event for Lord knows why it was The Big Show vs. Braun Stroman. The match would end in DQ with the Wyatts attacking The Big Show. To his rescue was Ryback that looks like Goldberg and Kane would came from under the ring aka Hell. With the Wyatts running off I wonder what are their motives heading into Fastlane.  

5.) 205 rejoice

Bit off topic but, sorry TNA X division.
Bring back the cruiserweight championship.
“WWE Network continues to add to its already robust slate of original programming in 2016, with the newly green-lit show, Global Cruiserweight Series. This tournament brings together more than 30 of the greatest in-ring competitors at Full Sail University in Orlando, Fla., to vie for the right to call themselves the best cruiserweight in the world. Global Cruiserweight Series is set to premiere Wednesday, July 13 at 9 p.m. ET on the award-winning WWE Network.”


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