This Monday, the WWE aired its latest episode of Monday Night Raw, with the event card that was full of news in view of the Showcase of the Immortals: Wrestlemania 38. Precisely because of getting closer and closer inexorable of the show of the shows, the WWE must create and increase all the possible and imaginable storylines to fill the two long cards of the event that will air on April 2 and 3 from Dallas, Texas, with numerous big names that are already expected by the company to take part in the event, as Vince McMahon and Steve Austin, who while probably not fighting a real match, will still be included in two very important storylines after years of absence from the Showcase of the Immortals.
On Monday, however, on Raw there was yet another twist in sight of Wrestlemania, with the tag team titles of the red show having changed owners, after weeks at the side of the Alpha Academy and therefore with Otis and Chad Gable.
Twists on Raw
WWE has confirmed three major segments for Raw this week, including Edge's much-awaited address of his potential heel turn, a massive return, and a 'Homecoming Party.' During tonight's episode of the red show, Randy Orton and Matt Riddle managed to snatch the duo belts from their old holders again, with the WWE triple threat match staged between Alpha Academy, Seth Rollins & Kevin Owens and RK-Bro, who once again saw the triumph of the unusual team formed by the BroMan and the Viper, arriving at their second title victory in a few months.
During the contest, Seth Rollins had come to have victory in hand, after hitting Gable with his Curb Stomp, but like a bolt from the blue, Riddle rushed on Rollins, throwing him out of the ring and stealing the final pin on the former couple champion, bringing the titles back to the sides of the old champions.
It will now be necessary to see what the plans of the titles in view of Wrestlemania will be, trying to understand who will be the opponents of the two new champions, from now until the Showcase of the Immortals. The week's Raw will feature the return of legendary commentator Jerry Lawler.
As of this writing, there is no additional update on The King's return. Finally, The Miz and his newfound tag team partner Logan Paul are scheduled to host a 'Homecoming Party'