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Here are WWE.com’s official Quick Hits preview points for tonight’s RAW:
- Rivalries converge in Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat Match
- The Boss and The Rowdy One face common enemies
- Is Braun Strowman truly ready for Brock Lesnar?
- The Revival “conspiracy” continues
- Royal Rumble Matches take shape
You can find WWE’s full preview HERE. We have included some excerpts below:
Rivalries converge in Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat Match
After pinning Dean Ambrose in this past Monday night’s Six-Man Tag Team Match, an increasingly aggressive Seth Rollins earned an Intercontinental Championship that, per Triple H, would be a Falls Count Anywhere Match.
Taking full advantage of the lenient stipulation, The Architect battered the self-proclaimed “Moral Compass of WWE” all over the arena, even ambushing his foe before the match. After hitting Ambrose with a Stomp that would have won the bout, however, Bobby Lashley — who had brawled with The Kingslayer as Raw went on the air — hit the ring and mercilessly pummeled the would-be Intercontinental Champion. After Ambrose scored the pinfall, “The All Mighty One” continued the brutality by driving Rollins through a table.
This coming Monday on Raw, Rollins will once again have a chance to reclaim Team Red’s workhorse title, but he’ll need to battle both Ambrose and Lashley in a Triple Threat Match. Who will walk into the WWE Royal Rumble event as Intercontinental Champion?
The Revival ‘conspiracy’ continues:
2018 wasn’t kind to The Revival, and 2019 isn’t going any differently for Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder. One week after Raw Tag Team Champions Bobby Roode & Chad Gable held on to their titles after the wrong member of The Revival was pinned, a rematch ended in controversy when Gable scored the 1-2-3 on Dawson, even though the “Top Guy’s” foot was on the rope — a tactic that should have broken up the pin.
Following two controversial defeats in so many weeks, The Revival claim there’s a conspiracy against them and, really, can you blame them?