WWE presented an interesting three hours of RAW this week and that included some big edits along the way. The company didn’t want to include anything that would give fans an excuse to change the channel. We will have to see if they were successful in this when the ratings come out.

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According to a report from PW Insider, WWE made many changes to RAW throughout the day. This resulted in a pretty interesting show when everything was said and done.

There were a lot of changes made to the Raw script over the course of the day.  We are told that the matches that were advertised remained the same, but the order and flow of the show was shifted around quite a bit in the hours before they went on the air.  The complete, final script wasn’t delivered until 6 PM EST, so until that point, everything was up in the air in terms of what happened when.


There was a report that lot of the fans left during Alexa Bliss and Charlotte Flair’s segment. Then fans who were actually in the building refuted this report. Either way, WWE worked hard to present the show that Vince McMahon wanted people to see, even if it meant changing plans along the way.

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