WWE presented another episode of RAW this week, but they did not present any of the matches that they advertised for the show. This was the result of many changes happening throughout the day.

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During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer explained that WWE switched around several plans for this week’s RAW. In the end, none of the advertised matches ended up happening.

“I guess the decision is that they’re going to go with Randy Orton and Bobby Lashley, so they wanted Orton in there with Lashley which took Sheamus out of that match. I did hear that Drew and Priest, at one point, was going to be a singles match, but when they took Sheamus out, Sheamus was moved and they made it into a three-way match. There were a million changes during the day and at the end of the day none of the advertised matches happened.”

This was not the first time that WWE had to change up their plans at the last minute, especially during the pandemic. They were able to make things work for their three-hour show, but that didn’t stop plenty of fans from wondering what went on behind the scenes.

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