Raw: Nikki A.S.H. didn't convince the WWE Universe



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Raw: Nikki A.S.H. didn't convince the WWE Universe

Let's start immediately with Adam Pearce who opens the episode by officially opening the Road to Wrestlemania. In addition to praising a Royal Rumble, according to him, wonderful, the WWE Official announces that, in three weeks (precisely on February 19), the Elimination Chamber Match valid for the WWE Title will be held in Jeddah.

And here comes the new WWE Champion, Bobby Lashley, who makes it known, through his manager MVP, that he is upset by this decision, that he does not have to show anything since he beat The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar. Guess who's coming? Nikki A.S.H.

startled everyone a couple of months ago when she came out dressed in a completely new look, complete with a mask. Calling herself Almost a Superhero, she managed to win the RAW Women's Championship and even briefly held the Women's Tag Team title with Rhea Ripley.

Unfortunately, on RAW this week, Nikki A.S.H. was unable to get the all-important win against Rhea.

Nikki A.S.H. is not convincing

When a superstar turns heel, one of the major things they need at the time is big wins. However, Nikki A.S.H.

can make up for her recent loss by continuing her transformation. That's right, The Next Big Thing Brock Lesnar (in combat gear). The former WWE Champion lets Lashley know that he shouldn't be proud of being the new champion, as he won through interference from Roman Reigns.

While letting the world know that he will face the Universal Champion at Wrestlemania, Lesnar says he wants to take advantage of the rematch clause, but The All Mighty refuses. After several verbal confrontations between the two, in the end, the champion leaves without accepting but Adam Pearce, seeing this, puts Lesnar in the Elimination Chamber match.

Nikki won the Money in the Bank briefcase the same night when ‘The Queen’ faced the Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley in a physical match-up where Flair emerged victorious after putting Ripley in a figure-8 lock.

She cashed in against Flair and made her the shortest reigning women’s champion. This is something that Flair does not want to be remembered by. For now, it looks like Charlotte Flair will come after Nikki for the title she lost last Monday.

It would be a great match-up to see, given the technical abilities of both the wrestlers. WWE might try to keep Nikki a champion for a good number of days because of her popularity with the current gimmick and how over she is with the crowd.