What's behind Raw's main event?

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What's behind Raw's main event?

In the main event of Monday Night Raw last Monday, we witnessed the umpteenth important victory of Roman Reigns, world champion of the blue roster on Friday night, who had already achieved success on the same evening in a Six Men Tag Team match with his cousins Usos, against the complete New Day.

Initially, the Raw card only saw that six-man match, with the continuation of the post-match, which saw Bobby Lashley attack all the components of the dispute, which led to the main event with the triple threat between the Universal Champion, Roman Reigns, the new WWE Champion, Big E and Raw's All Mighty, Bobby Lashley.

Also, in this case, the carelessness of the former WWE Champion led to the Tribal Chief's victory, who remained higher and higher in the rankings of the company, after months and months without a clean pin against him.

But who is behind the decision to hold another match with Roman Reigns in the Monday Night Raw main event?

WWE Raw was led by a new champion this week

WWE Raw was led by a new champion this week. Big E shocked the world with his WWE Championship victory over Bobby Lashley on last week’s episode.

He looked to team up with Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston to take on Roman Reigns and The Usos from SmackDown. Meanwhile, RAW Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair appeared on Alexa’s Playground on Monday night. The two continued to build towards their title match at Extreme Rules.

Eva Marie competed in another match against Duodrop. Former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler also went head-to-head. Apparently, according to what Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer said, it seems that the idea of ​​putting up another match with the Universal champion of Smackdown on Raw was precisely an idea of ​​the Chairman himself, Vince McMahon, the which would have been so happy and happy with the triple threat proposed in the live events held the week before by Reigns, Lashley and Big E, that he would have decided to propose it again on Monday Night Raw.

In his latest update, Meltzer said: "So what happened over the weekend at the North Charleston and Augusta, Georgia shows and what those three, Roman Reigns, Bobby Lashley and Big E created, for Vince was really great, the whole match, so much.

to take it on Monday afternoon to change the Monday Night Raw show, moving the match to six in the opening and putting in a main event where there was not, thus trying to raise the ratings in the best possible way. This is why this match was not even advertised, because it was a last minute thing."