Raw: A strange thing happened on Raw

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Raw: A strange thing happened on Raw

Becky Lynch retained her Raw Women's Championship in the main event on Monday's episode of Raw in Memphis, Tennessee, with Liv Morgan, after cheating for the fourth match in a row with a roll-up attached to the ropes. At the end of the match, the well-known Bully Ray learned, through social media, that the staff who made up the team of security officers present in the arena during the red show, imposed some absurd rules for wrestling fans.

Speaking to Busted Open Radio, the WWE Hall of Famer said, "I'm getting tweets near the end of the show where security is telling people to sit down. It's fucking ridiculous. Let me tell you ... it's fucking ridiculous. There's an important event in the ring and there is no one standing, no one cheering, no one explodes.

This is the main event of a Monday Night RAW and you are not losing control?"

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Indeed, many home fans noticed that the audience was a bit dead during what was still a very important main event that also recalled the first all-female Raw main event of 17 years earlier between Trish Stratus and Lita.

Given the importance of the match, Bully Ray rightly thought WWE fans should be allowed to show their emotion without any restrictions. "Either you suck as a city, which I don't think Memphis does, or there are people in that building telling you to sit down, thus taking away all the fun.

If I'm home and watching last night's main event, I'm like: 'Wow, there's really nothing here. These people aren't hyped. These women must suck," added Bully Ray. It's really a shame that things turned out like this because they definitely ruined the moment for the two wrestlers and for all the fans in attendance who just wanted to enjoy the show.

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