Glasgow, Nov 8: WWE Raw successfully finished a night at the Glasgow City in Scotland. The night was finished with a blockbuster Fatal-5-way match among all the men’s competitors from the Raw Survivor Series team.
The crowd was on their feet while cheering for the babyfaces. They also expressed their hatred on the top heels from the roster being very vocal.
As an example, the segment when Charlotte came out to have an interview with Michael Cole, saw an immense fan backlash.
Even when Cole alone was standing inside the ring, the fans were showering him with boos. The crowd chanted the name of Bayley throughout the segment proving that they are backing up the hugger.
It is likely that Charlotte’s next rival is definitely going to be Bayley after Sasha Banks in a not-so-overwhelming reaction. Here’s a part of the segment.
In fact, the crowd cheered for Bayley so much that after the night was over, the hugger responded with a tweet where she showed her gratitude towards the Glasgow fans.
The match card for the Survivor Series PPV got updated officially as it was announced that Sami Zayn from Raw will take on against Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental title on that night.
Sami looked all fired up thinking about the opportunity that he just received on Raw by defeating Rusev. He promised that he won’t let it go just like that.
The debutant Cruiserweight, Noam Dar also expressed that how much it means to him to debut in front of her hometown.
Another big announcement came regarding next week’s Raw. We already knew that Goldberg-Brock Lesnar confrontation will happen, next week.
Now, in order to hype up the go-home episode of Raw before Survivor Series, Shane McMahon & Daniel Bryan was also confirmed. Next week Raw will take place in Buffalo, New York.
Next week, once Raw will be over, a debate show named “State of the WWE Universe” will take place on the WWE Network.
SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan, SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon will go head-to-head in verbal confrontation against RAW General Manager Mick Foley and RAW Commissioner Stephanie McMahon.