Possible Changes To The Women's Division On Night 2 Of Superstar Shake-Up

Possible Changes To The Women's Division On Night 2 Of Superstar Shake-Up

Last night's RAW was a special edition as it was night-one of the 2018 WWE "Superstar Shake-Up".

WWE has released the following Raw Fallout videos, the first video featuring Jeff Hardy reacting to his United States Tite win, and his first title defense being announced for the Greatest Royal Rumble against Jinder Mahal.

The Miz introduced Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens as new members of Monday Night Raw in a segment of MizTV, and when Kurt Angle arrived to question how Zayn and Owens could both be on the roster, Zayn read an email from Stephanie McMahon that approved the move.

They faced Braun Strowman, Finn Balor, Bobby Lashley, Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins and ex-US Champion Bobby Roode who also moved from Tuesday nights.

The Miz welcomed Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn back to Monday nights and looked set to have them team up with him and The Miztourage.

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Other winners included Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain, Andrey Rublev of Russian Federation , and Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain. He broke the 12th-seeded Czech's serve six times and dropped his own twice.

Here's everything that happened Monday night. The last time Mahal was on Raw, he was just getting into his returning run. They proceed to give them tickets. Natalya was also moved over to Raw as well and there could be a very good reason for that as well considering her involvement with Ronda Rousey on the show.

During the final 10-man tag team match, Finn Balor and company revealed their tag partner to be former Smackdown United States Champion Bobby Roode.

Mojo Rawley - Another former Smackdown superstar who could be thrown into lower to midcard feuds on the Raw brand. Dolph explains he brought someone with him, and Titus is attacked from behind by Drew Mcintyre. That being said, you'll want to pay attention tomorrow night as well.

Even though the leader of Absolution, Paige, is not the SmackDown General Manager, Mandy Rose doesn't have to go at it alone.

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