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WWE RAW Discussion Thread - May 4, 2015 from Montreal, Canada (#1146)


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When

United States: LIVE, Monday Night, May 4, at 8/7c on the USA Network

United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, May 5, at 12AM on SkySportsHD3

 

Venue

Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

Confirmed Matches/Events

 

Build to Payback

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I wonder what the New Day's original plans were before they realised it was tanking but they could turn them heel and make it work?

 

Zayn apparently was legitimately injured in his match with Cena and went off for an MRI after the show so that could be the end of that.

 

I rather loved that in a country that loves to pronounce how Irish parts of it's population are they happily teamed Irish McIrishman with King English. If only the real Irish situation could be solved by having the IRA and the UDA team uo against Neville and Ziggler.

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i really enjoyed the ambrose vs rollins match, but feel ambrose being in the main event at payback has came out of no where. zayn and cena had a really great match too. I wasn't to fussed on the main event but it did its job setting up payback and making it look like ambrose has a chance.
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Maybe Zayn and Freddie Roach are working together

With the turning heel of Naomi and the adding of the amazon Tamina do you think the Uso's will also turn???

I think New Day was supposed to be more hardcore...." why can't a brother ever get a shot "... "Kofi why don't the respect you?"...

More on the lines of the Nation of Domination... When the first started to assemble Xavier came out to ring side all pissy, and angry, but with all the civil unrest in America... I believe they changed them into this pop trio they are now

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Agreed it does look like he popped that out all by himself. In the middle of all the commotion I think JBL asked Cole if the kid was injury prone?? Damn.... young talent doesn't have to give McMahon any excuses to give up on them... Injured and I thought he wrestled a decent match... I know it sounds crazy but I do believe that it will be Neville who takes that belt from Cena
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Damn fine match it had to be said and they gave him plenty of rub as well, hitting some big moves, some good near falls and kicking out of an AA as well before a second put him down, not bad.

 

As for young, he's 30, not exactly a spring chicken but he is a bit of a breath of fresh air on the roster. Plus the crowd loved him but then again he was in Canada and he is Canuk but he's such a nice likeable guy anyway that he'd have possibly get a similar reaction in the states. He's like a straight laced babyface but not as forced if you get what I mean, so the crowd don't instantly want to kill him like most people do these days when a face arrives.

 

The results on WWE.com tried to pass it off that he struggled with an injury at points that he has been suffering from for a while rather then on the night - but aside from the 'injury' storyline off the powerbomb to the apron to my knowledge he hasn't actually had a shoulder issue in the past has he?

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A lot of the NXT roster / NXT alumni (Enzo & Cass, Finn, Carmella, JoJo, Charlotte, Aiden English, Becky Lynch, Drake Wuertz, Sasha, Regal and Paige), as well as Lance Storm, Cena, Triple H and X-Pac all tweeted support / praise for Sami Zayn making it to RAW and having a great match.

 

Of course, Kevin Owens had a different mindset.

 

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From the Wrestling-Online Newsletter:

 

RAW RATINGS

 

- Monday Night Raw did one of the lowest numbers since 2007 with the show averaging 3,573,000 viewers over the three hour period, down 200,000 viewers from last week’s show. Hour one did 3,422,000, followed by 3,709,000 in the second hour, and then down to 3,588,000 in the third and final hour. (Ratings credit: PWInsider.com)

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