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Wrestling Fix: Roman Reigns’ big night on WWE Raw, Paige turns heel, Wyatts kidnap Kane, Brock Lesnar gets stapled

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Monday night was all about Roman Reigns — and that wasn’t a bad thing. Brian Fritz and I recapped a good edition of Raw.

Highlights from Raw

Paige finally turned heel.

Charlotte and Becky Lynch reacted to getting stung (or Stinged).

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin “showed up.”

The Wyatt family took out Kane.

Dean Ambrose is acting way too chummy with Roman Reigns.

A new No. 1 contender would be established with the winners from Hell in a Cell competing in matches to get into a Fatal Fourway.

Reigns defeated Kofi Kingston. Booty!

Kevin Owens dropped Cesaro to get into the Fatal Fourway to be the No. 1 contender.

Alberto Del Rio spoke!

And then ADR whipped Neville.

It was a bad day for the New Day with Dolph Ziggler advancing to the fourway after beating Big E.

The New Day want you to buy the shirt.

And the No. 1 contender is … Roman Reigns.

The Dudleys lost … again.

Brock Lesnar was a wounded animal at Hell in a Cell.

Shemaus says he’s not afraid of Conor McGregor. OK. [TMZ]

Rumors! Nikki Bella could be taking time off while John Cena is out of action. Brock Lesnar may not be seen in WWE until after the Royal Rumble. Alberto Del Rio may be keeping his dates with AAA to drop the Mega Championship. [Cageside Seats]

Superstars spoilers! [Wrestling Inc]

Ex-NFL player Brennan Williams is training to be a wrestler. [With Spandex]

Video emerges of Slipknot singer Corey Taylor’s confrontation with Baron Corbin.

 

Young Bucks
Cryptic tweets point to the Bucks signing with a major organization. MLW Radio says …

Matt Jackson writes.

About Brian Fritz

Brian Fritz
Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse and currently is a contributor for Sporting News. You can email Brian at btrfritz@gmail.com.

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