Braun Strowman savagely attacks Roman Reigns

Braun Strowman savagely attacks Roman Reigns at Monday Night Raw 10 April 2017.

Braun Strowman savagely attacks Roman Reigns


Braun Strowman savagely attacks Roman Reigns

Monday Night Raw kicked things off with the genius shake-up and got it’s first real securing from SmackDown LIVE… and it was John Cena — gracious, hold up, it’s not, on the grounds that it’s The Miz spruced up as Cena. Repeating his Cena impression from the most recent couple of weeks of SmackDown LIVE, The Awesome One came to Raw with Maryse-as-Nikki Bella close behind and conveyed some A-rundown broiling of The Cenation Leader until another Raw endorser, Dean Ambrose, came down to talk some junk of his own.

In the interim, the short form is that Seth Rollins is remaining on Raw, yet he may think twice about it in the long haul. Following seven days of wringing his hands about whether or not The Kingslayer would stay on Team Red, the previous WWE Champion basically declared that he had no aim of hurrying to SmackDown LIVE, if still-missing Commissioner Stephanie McMahon needed him gone as vengeance for his WrestleMania disarm Triple H, she’d require an armed force to do it.

Rather, new General Manager Kurt Angle welcomed The Architect and announced that, notwithstanding Stephanie having made it tidy she needed Rollins up Monday Night Raw, The Olympic Hero had chosen to hold Rollins to reward his endeavors at The Show of Shows. The ramifications of that choice was soon clear, be that as it may, as Samoa Joe showed up in the ring and assaulted. While Rollins figured out how to fight off The Destroyer this time, plainly the length of The Architect remains on Raw, the objective will stay on his back too.

A week ago, Finn Bálor made his triumphant return after almost a year on the harmed save list. It was wonderful. This week, he earned his first singles triumph since SummerSlam.

A battered Bálor replied with a match-finishing Coup de Grâce, be that as it may, obviously, a Superstar as prominent as Bálor will undoubtedly draw in challengers from all sides. Furthermore, Bray Wyatt, having as of late traversed from SmackDown LIVE, showed up on the TitanTron to proclaim three things: 1) Raw is his new home. 2) he’s bringing his House of Horrors WWE Title Match with him to the Raw-select Payback occasion, and 3) that he would watch Finn, intently. Braun Strowman savagely attacks Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns may pursue the yard overcoming (and conceivably resigning) The Undertaker at WrestleMania, however he unmistakably hasn’t figured out how to watch out for the beasts circling in it. Braun Strowman savagely attacks Roman Reigns

The Big Dog was amidst a sit-down meeting with Michael Cole when Braun Strowman assaulted, brutally beating Reigns everywhere throughout the backstage range to such an extent, to the point that he must be stacked, on the spot, into a rescue vehicle. Nonetheless, The Monster Among Men trapped the EMTs and diverted Reigns from the stacking dock while he was still strapped to the gurney. And after that, when they at long last got The Big Dog into the rescue vehicle, Strowman straight-up tipped it over, prompting broke ribs, inside wounds and a conceivable isolated shoulder.

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